The Importance of Back-to-School Dental Appointments

  The summer is almost over. Now you are in full-commando mode getting your children ready to go back to school in a short time. You’re busy buying clothes, shoes, school supplies, backpacks, and lunch totes, as well as getting physicals for fall sports and making sure vaccinations are up to date. Did your children […]

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June is Oral Health Month

Summertime may be time for kids to get out of school, but your children still have the opportunity to learn from their parents every single day. That’s why the American Dental Association has launched a collaborative effort with the Colgate-Palmolive Company to bring national attention to oral health during the month of June. Families are […]

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What the Mouth Reveals About the Body

What the Mouth Reveals About the Body Routine visits to the dentist could be more important than you ever realized. Oral exams can reveal a considerable amount of information about the overall health of any patient, and dentists are increasingly able to recognize serious health conditions based on the evidence in our mouths. Here are […]

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Dealing With Sensitive Teeth

If eating ice cream or hot soup makes you cringe, it might be time to consider whether or not you have sensitive teeth. Sensitivity to hot and cold aren’t the only symptoms. For some people, sour flavors or even a deep breath of cool air could stop you in your tracks. To stop the pain […]

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February was National Children’s Dental Health Month. The entire team at Babylon Dental Care are committed to helping children in the local community learn about the importance of proper oral health care.

Our team visited local preschools throughout the month of February. We introduced children at the schools to Molar the Dinosaur, sang songs about the importance of dental hygiene, and taught them how to properly brush their teeth with some of our giant props! 

See some of the photos below from our great presentations last month: 





Mouthwash and Proper Oral Health

Gum disease can cause serious and long-term problems for your overall health. The early signs of gum disease start with gingivitis and inflamed gums, your oral health can quickly deteriorate lead to periodontal disease and increased tooth decay. A person’s oral health is strongly correlated to their overall health, and practicing proper hygiene can help […]

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How to Overcome Your Fear of the Dentist

We get it; going to the dentist brings out fear and anxiety in some people. Perhaps you feel stress because you aren’t in control. Perhaps you are self-conscious about your smile or your overall dental hygiene. Others cannot explain why they are fearful, but they recognize that their dental anxiety is a real issue. For […]

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