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There are lots of people around the world who need to whiten their teeth. However, most of them do not know the side effects of using particular products for whitening the effects. Potentially, there will be unhealthy side effects. One of certain product must be using tooth whitening gel. Before deciding to purchase the tooth…

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Whitening teeth is one of essential needs for many people. However, if it is done on professional dentist, it will cost highly. Alternatively, there are household products which can be used for whitening treatment. One of most common household products is baking soda. Yet, there are others type of household products that can be used…

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Before talking about how much is laser teeth whitening, it better knows firstly about what is laser whitening which is done toward the teeth. It is a kind of method which will give high effective results in the term of whitening the teeth. This becomes more famous among the average people who look for correcting…

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This is certain that at several points when pondering on the whitening treatment on your teeth, there will be potentially the questions about how does teeth whitening work. This question leads to the understanding of the benefits of whitening treatment that you will choose. If you are the first timer, this information is truly important…

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Today, there are lots of different ways when it comes to whiten the teeth. However, the main decisions that must be made are either you want to purchase the whitening products or choosing the much more expensive of professional process that is commonly offered by the cosmetic dentists. One of the options must be internal…

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FAQs

Question: WHEN SHOULD I TAKE MY CHILD TO THE DENTIST FOR THE FIRST CHECK-UP? Anwser : In order to prevent dental problems, your child should see a dentist when his/her first tooth appears, or no later than his/her first birthday. At FORBA associated dental centers, we see children from first tooth to age twenty. Question:…

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Effective Stewardship of Public Resources Small Smiles Dental Centers is committed to the responsible stewardship of public resources dedicated to the dental care of underserved children. Small Smiles Dental Centers maintains a detailed compliance program, employs an experienced Chief Compliance Officer, and runs an expanded Compliance Department to train, monitor, identify, formally track and follow…

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Fact Sheet

Dental Health Among Low-Income Children Children ages 6-11 from low-income families are three times more likely to have untreated tooth decay compared with children in higher income families. Compared to children in higher income families, children in low-income families are also five times more likely to have cavities, have three times the number of decayed…

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Community Based Stories

Across America, Small Smiles Dental Centers are developing partnerships in support of children’s dental health. Every day, our caregivers and staff are having an impact on dental health and wellness in their communities. ROSELAWN: A Dynamic Dental Duo RoselawnWhen Julian (left) and Jaydon (right) grow up, they want to be just like Dr. Jodi (center),…

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How To Brush

Brush back and forth in short gentle strokes with your brush at a 45-degree angle to the gums. Brush all the surfaces of the teeth. Brush inside surface of your front teeth. Keep your breath fresh and fight bacteria – use your brush on your tongue.

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