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Positive or Negative - Your Choice

<span style="color: #0b5394;">Positive or Negative - Your Choice</span>

Your alarm goes off in the morning, many times before the sun rises.  What are your first thoughts?  If you are like me, you hit the snooze button several times before putting your feet on the floor to start your day.  If you are not like me then you most likely pop up and out of bed on the first alarm and ready to tackle the day.  Whichever type of person you are, positive or negative thoughts usually start running through your mind as you contemplate your day. Regardless of what lies before you on this day, make a conscious...

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I Have An Oral Irrigator That It Is Not a Hydro Floss® - Will You Repair It?

<span style="color: #0b5394;">I Have An Oral Irrigator That It Is Not a Hydro Floss® - Will You Repair It?</span>

Believe or not, our Service Department gets calls like this all the time.  It is a very easy question to answer - NO!  It is not that we can't, it is just that we do not stock parts necessary to do repairs for our competitor's products.  So, what is the solution? We will accept a competitor's oral irrigator as a Trade-In for a new Hydro Floss®.  In fact, in our company break room, we have a copy of an order and the competitor's irrigator handle that a customer used to get a Trade-In for the Hydro Floss®.  This procedure works exactly...

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Adult Oral Health

<span style="color: #0b5394;">Adult Oral Health</span>

Why is oral hygiene important?  Good oral hygiene is important to an individual's overall health. Taking excellent care of your teeth and visiting the dentist on a regular basis are key ways to prevent tooth decay and gum disease, as well as maintain healthy-looking teeth. Good oral health care should begin at birth so that it develops into a lifetime habit. How often should you brush and floss?  Dentists recommend that you brush at least twice a day (morning and night), and if possible, after every meal. It's important to brush at bedtime because saliva that washes away food particles,...

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Child Oral Health

<span style="color: #0b5394;">Child Oral Health</span>

Cavity Prevention  Cavity prevention is not the only concern parents should have when considering their children's oral health. Recent studies show that periodontal disease continues to plague millions of Americans, including children. The best way to ensure that your child does not get cavities or gingivitis is to instill proper oral habits early. Good oral hygiene routines should be established as early as infancy and continued throughout life. When do teeth appear?  Teeth begin to erupt at about six months of age. The tooth appears first and the root begins to develop underneath. When a child's mouth is fully developed...

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<span style="color: #0b5394;">Orthodontics</span>

What is orthodontics?    Orthodontics is the specialty of dentistry that involves the treatment of malocclusion, which is when the upper and lower teeth or jaw do not meet correctly. Individuals may need to be treated by an orthodontist if they have problems with their bite (such as an over or under bite), crooked teeth or overcrowding in the mouth. An orthodontist may move the teeth into position or correct the bite using braces, which are appliances bonded to the teeth and use brackets, wires, rubber bands or other ways of moving the teeth. An orthodontist may also use removable...

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