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The Best Way to Prevent Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

The Best Way to Prevent Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

Even very young infants and toddlers can get tooth decay, and one of the biggest problems is called baby bottle tooth decay. What Is Baby Bottle Tooth Decay? Many foods enjoyed by children and toddlers and including formula, milk and apple juice contain sugar. When a child drinks from a bottle, the sugar in liquids will coat their teeth. Bacteria in their mouth break down

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How to Stop the Easter Bunny from Ruining Your Teeth

How to Stop the Easter Bunny from Ruining Your Teeth

Many people will tuck into decadent chocolatey treats over Easter and may worry about how it will affect their pearly whites. However, with a bit of foresight, you can have your chocolate and eat it without causing too much long-term damage to teeth. Our quick tips will help you. Keep up with Your Regular Routine Lots of people will be spending time with friends and

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Hosting an Easter Eggstravaganza Easter Egg Hunt

Hosting an Easter Eggstravaganza Easter Egg Hunt

Lots of families will have a traditional Easter egg hunt, but this year, but how about doing something different? Outlined below are a couple of ideas that will put a twist on an old favourite. Host an Easter Egg Treasure Hunt Write out clues to direct your kids to the next location in a treasure hunt. Hide the clues in eggs and number the eggs

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Do Something Different This Easter and Visit the Vintage Festival

Do Something Different This Easter and Visit the Vintage Festival

If you are looking for something a bit different to do this Easter, don’t miss the Easter Vintage Festival hosted by Highfield Pioneer Village. This year is the 22nd anniversary of this annual event that takes place on the Saturday, Sunday and Easter Monday. Every year, the festival has a theme, and this time it’s “Memories of days gone.” It’s an excellent opportunity to come

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Is Your Family History Causing Your Gum Disease?

Is Your Family History Causing Your Gum Disease?

Poor oral hygiene is the primary cause of gum disease, but did you realise genetics also plays a part? In fact, your family history could mean you need to take extra care with your dental hygiene. What Is Gum Disease and What Causes It? Gum disease develops when the bacteria in plaque buildup create infection and inflammation in your gums. This causes your gums to

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