Does Apple Cider Vinegar Damage Your Tooth Enamel?

Posted on: 21 April 2016

If you're looking for an alternative tooth whitening remedy, you may have come across apple cider vinegar as an option. Using this vinegar as a homemade toothpaste or mouthwash is considered to be a natural way to remove some stains from your teeth which may make them look whiter. While apple cider vinegar may help whiten your teeth, this vinegar may also have some harmful effects. How does apple cider vinegar work on your teeth and will it damage your tooth enamel?
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Frightened Child? 4 Tricks To Eliminate Your Toddler's Fear Of Visiting A Dentist

Posted on: 23 March 2016

A visit to the dentist is enough to scare kids, especially if your toddler associates a dental visit with perceived pain. Dental procedures are sometimes time consuming, requiring your children to sit for long hours, while dealing with the stress of multiple unknown people in the room. If your kids associate dental visits and pain together, then you're in for a challenge in your quest to take them to the dentist.
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Fighting Dental Decay: How to Find the Right Toothbrush

Posted on: 1 March 2016

The Australian Dental Association recommends that you replace your toothbrush every 2 to 3 months. There is a massive range of toothbrushes available on the market and while having a choice is great, it can also be overwhelming. When you are out shopping for a new toothbrush how do you know which is the right one for you? It can be tempting to pick up which ever toothbrush is cheapest or to choose the one that looks the best or comes in your favourite colour, but what should you really be looking for when picking up your new toothbrush?
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How to Deal With Kids Who Won't Open Up For The Dentist

Posted on: 11 February 2016

No matter how positively you prepare your kids for their first dental appointments, some will simply refuse to open their mouths when they see a dentist. Some kids may feel intimidated or scared by the dental environment; others may just be having an awkward moment. If your child refuses to play ball, try the following tips. Make Things More Comfortable For Them Some children freak out when they're expected to sit in the dentist's chair for the first time, especially when it reclines back.
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