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2016 came to a close with a really special event, and I am confident that the new year will be full of great memories as well. The team here at Castlebury Dental is looking forward to making 2017 our best yet.
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With the new year upon us, many people have resolutions they want to stick to. Dental and oral health may be one of those resolutions, and one of the most important things that all people can do to improve their overall health is floss more regularly. If you have not yet started flossing every day, keep some of these reasons in mind.
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We all have situations where we just. can't. open. something with our fingers and are tempted to use our teeth. But, should we?
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The electric toothbrush has altered the way that both kids and adults brush their teeth and maintain their oral hygiene each day. The product is effective at removing plaque and brushing at a higher speed compared to the use of a manual toothbrush. When switching to the electric tool, there are a few benefits that come with frequent us of the product.
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If you are packing a lunch for your child everyday, you are already ahead of the game when it comes to healthy school meals. Preparing healthy lunches that look appetizing to your littlest family members may leave you coming up short of ideas. Look no further than these four tips that will make you a lunch time superstar.
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Halloween is full of tricks and treats, and it's the one night where kids are encouraged to go crazy with their candy consumption. While a night of endless candy is fine once a year, it can still be worrisome for their dental health. Luckily, you and your kids can follow these simple tips to scare away cavities this Halloween!
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29Sep

Eating For Your Oral Health

29 Sep, 2016 |
While most people don't realize it, the foods they eat could either improve their oral health or have a negative impact on their teeth. When planning meals and snacks for your family, consider the following food options.
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It's vital that children be well versed in the practice of oral hygiene at a young age, because the older they get, the harder it is to reinforce the habit. Adults who struggle with maintaining consistent oral hygiene practices likely did not experience much discipline with it as children.
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Cavities occur when holes are formed in the teeth due to the erosion of enamel. Enamel is the tooth’s natural protection against cavities; a hard coating on the tooth. What causes enamel to erode is the attacking nature of plaque and bacteria, as well as an excess of acid. Once the enamel is worn down to the center of the tooth, bacteria gets into the hole, causing pain in the nerves the longer the cavity is left untreated.
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08Jul

Why Every 6 Months?

08 Jul, 2016 |
It can be a hassle to make dental appointments every 6 months, but the consequences of skipping these appointments can be dire
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