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February is National Children’s Dental Health Month

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There seems to be a month for everything, have you noticed? Why a whole month dedicated to teeth? There’s very good reason… The American Dental Association (ADA) sponsors National Children’s Dental Health month every February to raise awareness about the importance of oral health. Developing good oral care habits at an early age is very […]

Santa isn’t the only one checking his list…

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The Holidays are a busy time for everyone.  Here’s a quick checklist to keep your smile as bright as the season!  Eat foods that clean your teeth: With all the holiday hustle and bustle, sometimes we don’t get to brush as often as normal. Did you know there are some foods that clean teeth […]

Eat that Halloween candy, but avoid cavities.

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We love Halloween, but that candy can result in new cavities.  Scary! Here are a few ways you can enjoy that candy and minimize the risk of cavities. Eat your treats directly after a meal, rather than as a separate snack.  Saliva production increases during meals, washing away food particles and helping to neutralize cavity-causing […]

Ultra Low Dose imaging available here.

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Our practice has recently begun using ultra low dose CBCT Imaging for diagnostics. This provides a very high quality image for our Doctors, using a very low dose of radiation. It also reduces the number of images we require. That’s a win win for our patients. Dr. Kenneth Webb, our orthodontist, recently blogged about making […]

We’ve built a better Mouth Guard…

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The U.S. National Collegiate Athletic Association requires the use of mouth guards for ice hockey, lacrosse, field hockey, and football. However, the American Dental Association recommends the use of mouth guards whenever there’s a chance of contact with other players or hard surfaces. This is especially important if your athlete wears braces or other dental […]

8 Things to Know about Pediatric Dental Health

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What do you know about your child’s baby teeth? If you said that they fall out to make room for the grown up teeth then you’re correct—sort of. It’s true that the baby teeth will fall out, but they serve an important role for most of your child’s developmental years, and pediatric dentists in Weston […]

Dental Tips for Expectant Moms

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Whether you are expecting your very first bundle of joy or your third child, it’s important to protect your own oral health, both during and after pregnancy. Every step that you take to keep yourself healthy is a step that you are also taking to keep your new baby healthy, too. A leading pediatric dentist […]

Back to School Tips

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year! For some of us, back to school provides and opportunity for a fresh start. We get to hit the reset button and get organized. It also brings challenges with maintaining other routines due to the morning time crunch and bedtime rush at the end of a long […]

How Do Dental Cavities Form?

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Pediatric dentists in Weston MA devote lots of time to teaching kids and their families about dental tooth decay—the dental disease also known as cavities. That’s because early cavity prevention is the best way to prepare a child for a lifetime of great dental health. Plus, the family that fights cavities together stays healthy together. […]

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month

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There seems to be a month for everything, have you noticed? Why a whole month dedicated to teeth? There’s very good reason… The American Dental Association (ADA) sponsors National Children’s Dental Health month every February to raise awareness about the importance of oral health. Developing good oral care habits at an early age is very […]

Santa isn’t the only one checking his list…

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The Holidays are a busy time for everyone.  Here’s a quick checklist to keep your smile as bright as the season!  Eat foods that clean your teeth: With all the holiday hustle and bustle, sometimes we don’t get to brush as often as normal. Did you know there are some foods that clean teeth […]

Eat that Halloween candy, but avoid cavities.

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We love Halloween, but that candy can result in new cavities.  Scary! Here are a few ways you can enjoy that candy and minimize the risk of cavities. Eat your treats directly after a meal, rather than as a separate snack.  Saliva production increases during meals, washing away food particles and helping to neutralize cavity-causing […]

Ultra Low Dose imaging available here.

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Our practice has recently begun using ultra low dose CBCT Imaging for diagnostics. This provides a very high quality image for our Doctors, using a very low dose of radiation. It also reduces the number of images we require. That’s a win win for our patients. Dr. Kenneth Webb, our orthodontist, recently blogged about making […]

We’ve built a better Mouth Guard…

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The U.S. National Collegiate Athletic Association requires the use of mouth guards for ice hockey, lacrosse, field hockey, and football. However, the American Dental Association recommends the use of mouth guards whenever there’s a chance of contact with other players or hard surfaces. This is especially important if your athlete wears braces or other dental […]

8 Things to Know about Pediatric Dental Health

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What do you know about your child’s baby teeth? If you said that they fall out to make room for the grown up teeth then you’re correct—sort of. It’s true that the baby teeth will fall out, but they serve an important role for most of your child’s developmental years, and pediatric dentists in Weston […]

Dental Tips for Expectant Moms

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Whether you are expecting your very first bundle of joy or your third child, it’s important to protect your own oral health, both during and after pregnancy. Every step that you take to keep yourself healthy is a step that you are also taking to keep your new baby healthy, too. A leading pediatric dentist […]

Back to School Tips

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year! For some of us, back to school provides and opportunity for a fresh start. We get to hit the reset button and get organized. It also brings challenges with maintaining other routines due to the morning time crunch and bedtime rush at the end of a long […]

How Do Dental Cavities Form?

Posted · Add Comment

Pediatric dentists in Weston MA devote lots of time to teaching kids and their families about dental tooth decay—the dental disease also known as cavities. That’s because early cavity prevention is the best way to prepare a child for a lifetime of great dental health. Plus, the family that fights cavities together stays healthy together. […]