Category Archives: sugar and tooth decay

Give Your Kids a Healthier Easter Basket

Easter is a holiday on a par with Halloween in terms of candy overload for children. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Instead of heavily sugared treats, there are any number of goodies you can pack into that … Continue reading

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Sweets Don’t Love Your Kids’ Teeth

Your child might love sweet treats, but the bacteria in his or her mouth loves them even more. Sugar feeds the bacteria that cause tooth decay and that bacteria produces acid that etches away at tooth enamel. According to the … Continue reading

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Stuff Those Holiday Stockings with Teeth-Healthy Gifts

When the stockings are hung by the chimney with care this year, why not fill them with treats and trinkets that will help your loved ones care for their teeth? Dr. Angell and staff recommend these great tooth-friendly ideas your … Continue reading

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The Process of Tooth Decay

Our mouths and teeth are constantly bathed in saliva, a simple, remarkable fluid that helps protect our oral health. Saliva keeps teeth and other oral tissues moist and lubricated, washes away some of the food particles left behind after we … Continue reading

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Tips for a Healthier Easter Basket

Easter is a holiday on a par with Halloween in terms of candy overload for children. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Instead of heavily sugared treats that invite tooth decay, there are any number of tooth-healthy goodies … Continue reading

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Six Ways to Prevent Cavities in Kids

With the new year just beginning and Halloween and Christmas behind us, this is a good time to establish some resolutions for ensuring good dental health for your children in 2014 and beyond. Did you know that, according to the … Continue reading

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Sports and Energy Drinks May Harm Your Teeth

Over half of U.S. teens consume energy drinks and up to 62% consume at least one sports drink a day. The belief is that these drinks help boost performance and energy, but most people would be surprised to learn that … Continue reading

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