Wean Your Baby from a Pacifier | Aesthetic Dentistry of Maple Glen

How to Wean Your Child from Their Pacifier

It’s perfectly normal for a baby to suck on a pacifier or his/her finger; sucking helps to soothe them and can prevent SIDS. But when is it time for a baby to be weaned off of their pacifier? The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that children should discontinue pacifier use after age 3. If…

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Get to Know Your Mouthwash

No two mouthwashes are the same. With so many options out there for a mouthwash, make sure you’re getting the right kind with the right benefits for you. Your oral health is unique, and may require a different treatment that your current mouthwash may not be providing. Below are three unique types of mouthwash that…

What the Floss?!

Is flossing your teeth really that important? Think about it, you’ve come home after a long day; you’re tired and just want to relax. You’ve already brushed your teeth, so why bother to go that extra step and floss? Do you want the honest answer? Your teeth are not completely clean! Brushing only cleans the front…

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Best Foods for Your Teeth

Everyone likes to talk about how there are a multitude of foods that are bad for your teeth. Foods that are high in sugar are widely known to contribute to tooth decay and cavities if consumed in large amounts. However, not many people know the foods that actually improve your oral health. According to the…

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Best Foods for Your Teeth

Everyone likes to talk about how there are a multitude of foods that are bad for your teeth. Foods that are high in sugar are widely known to contribute to tooth decay and cavities if consumed in large amounts. However, not many people know the foods that actually improve your oral health. According to the…

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Your Wisdom Teeth and You

Pain in the back of your mouth? Sore Jaw? Have you had your wisdom teeth removed? Your wisdom teeth are the third molars in the back of your mouth, and the last teeth to develop in your jaw between the time you’re 17 to about 21. However, due their delayed development, they usually don’t have…

Stress Linked to Cavities

Child cavities have been linked to the exposure of chronic maternal stress. Chronic maternal stress as a potential risk factor is something now being considered in addition to the wider implications of maternal well-being, social and psychological environment on dental health. Studies have shown that dental cavities are more common among kids whose mothers had…

Coffee and Your Smile

Do you drink a cup of coffee to start off the day? A study by the National Coffee Association says that approximately 54% of Americans drink coffee daily, and another 25% of Americans drink coffee “occasionally.” While coffee may be good for keeping you awake, it is detrimental to the look of your teeth. Coffee…

Root Canal: Myth v. Fact

The words “root canal” can be terrifying to people, especially those who have never undergone one themselves.  However, thanks to technology root canal procedures have changed considerably, and today we are here to dispel some of the top root canal myths! The number one myth is that root canal treatments are extremely painful. FALSE –…