Five Teen Dental Care Tips for Success in the Modern World

Five Teen Dental Care Practices that Are On Fleek and Easy to Keep!

Did you know that according to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial research, 20 percent of children between the ages of 12 and 19 have untreated tooth decay? Another report by the American Dental Association (ADA) reveals that teens have some of the highest rates in tooth decay overall, tend to have poor nutritional habits, and an increased chance of traumatic injury and periodontal disease. Teen Dental Care can go a long way in ensuring your teen is practicing best oral hygiene practices in a modern world with safety and success.

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Mom’s Ultimate Dental Guide: From Newborn Dental Health to the Teen Years

Motherhood is not for the faint of heart.

With busy schedules full of carpools, play dates, and errands it’s challenging enough to simply get through a day! And for first-time moms, there’s the added pressure of diving into all the challenges of new motherhood. Whether you’re deep in the trenches of a packed schedule, or simply navigating a new baby, we’ve got you covered on tips for best newborn dental health to motivating teen oral hygiene.

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Hospital Dental Group’s Ultimate Toothache Emergency Guide

Should the unexpected happen and you have a dental emergency, where do you go? And, what exactly qualifies as a “dental emergency?”

If you’re not sure of the answer, you’re not alone.  According to a study conducted by the University of California San Francisco (UCSF,) one of the top avoidable three reasons for emergency room visits is due to dental issues. Perhaps surprising for many is that often even the most gritty dental incidents can be addressed by a dentist—from a toothache emergency to several knocked out teeth.

Stop Grinding Teeth

It’s not uncommon for dentists to encounter patients who grind their teeth.

The predominantly involuntarily habit of grinding teeth typically occurs at night and as a result of stress, although even children as young as ten-years-old have been identified as teeth grinders. Unchecked, teeth grinding or “bruxism,” as it’s referred to in the dental world can cause pain and discomfort and may potentially loosen the teeth. At Hospital Dental Group, Dr. Anatoliy Ravin works with patients regularly to help them to stop grinding teeth and keep their smile beautifully intact.

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Three Simple Steps for the Perfect Smile

Most everyone appreciates a beautiful smile, whether it’s your own or one that belongs to someone you love. To keep your teeth and gums not only looking good but feeling their best, it’s important to practice routine oral hygiene habits. And, keeping up with best dental practices can give you more than simply the perfect smile.

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Ten Dental Travel Tips to Keep Teeth in Top Condition

You’ve packed your phone, chargers, hand sanitizer, snacks, and earbuds, but what about your dental travel list—is everything accounted for? Although the extent of many travel lists may simply begin with toothbrush and end with toothpaste, there are other items you may want to add as well as scenarios to consider when traveling. Optimum dental travel health relies on more than simply your travel size oral hygiene goodies. Here are ten tips to ensure your teeth are taken care of before you depart for your next adventure.