The Importance of Regular Dental Cleanings

It is extremely important that you keep your teeth in good health and looking their best. Most people were taught from a very young age to brush their teeth twice a day and floss regularly. However, this is only the first step in keeping your mouth and teeth fully healthy. In order to ensure that […]

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What is Bruxism and Why Should I Address It?

Bruxism is the medical term for the condition in which an individual grinds or clenches their teeth. Teeth grinding occurs in two forms: awake bruxism and sleep bruxism. The act of grinding or clenching teeth typically occurs unconsciously, so many people do not even realize that they are suffering with this condition. However, even when […]

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Healthy Summer Snacks on the Go

When summer rolls around and the temperature rises, it becomes tempting to grab convenient and cool sweets, such as popsicles, ice cream, or soda while you run out the door on your way to the next pool party. While this temptation is understandable, it is also incredibly bad for your oral health. Your teeth may […]

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Oral Health Tips for Summer

Oral Health Tips for Summer Summer vacations tend to throw everyone’s schedule for a loop. Daily routines change constantly and it can be hard to maintain proper oral health care. Here are a few helpful tips for keeping teeth healthy this summer: Establish a Routine When the school year ends and we all shift into […]

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Why are sealants important?

Sealants can significantly improve the overall dental hygiene of both children and adults. Safe, simple, and convenient, sealants are thin resin coatings painted on the chewing surfaces of teeth. This protective coating has the greatest impact on the molars, teeth responsible for chewing most foods. The same grooves that make the molars effective chewing tools […]

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Is Bottled Water Damaging Your Teeth?

Bottled water vs. tap water; no big deal, right? After all, water is water. Or is it? If you were to talk to people who make a sincere effort to drink plenty of water everyday, you would likely here a variety of opinions. Some people say bottled water is best, others prefer to drink from […]

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Women’s Hormones and Oral Health: The Important Facts

Both men and women experience significant changes in hormone levels throughout their lives. When it comes to dental health, hormonal changes seem to have a significant impact on women. Whether it be puberty, pregnancy, birth control, your monthly cycle, or menopause, these changes can present unique challenges to your oral health. In this article, we’re […]

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New Year, Healthier Mouth: How to Improve Your Oral Health in 2017

Losing weight, finding a mate, getting a new job…some popular New Year’s resolutions we hear. However, here at Babylon Dental Care, there is one resolution that is near and dear to our hearts– improving your dental health! After all, your oral health isn’t just about having whiter teeth; it’s about becoming a healthier, more confident […]

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