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Smartphone Use Linked to Children’s Teeth Injuries

Smartphones are fun and useful, and the age at which kids get them keeps getting younger. This is good in some ways, because the younger they start using technology, the more proficient they can become. But there are also some drawbacks, especially when it’s time for them to put their phone down and do homework, ...

The Dental Dangers of Football (And How You Can Avoid Them!)

Temperatures drop, leaves yellow and fall and stadiums start to fill up. With the return of fall comes the return of football. Whether you live for the thrill of tackling that running back or the thrill of watching your favorite player on the big screen, your teeth may not be on the forefront of your ...

Why Bottomless Brunches Are a Danger to Your Teeth

Brunch is a great meal for a special occasion. It’s a meal that most of us don’t get to enjoy on a regular basis. This makes it an ideal candidate for meeting with friends to mark an occasion. Plus, it’s a meal that lets everyone sleep in--or exercise--before meeting, so nobody has to disrupt their morning ...

New Study Links Kids’ High Sugar Consumption to Bad Behavior

We know that many kids eat too much sugar, and that this can be bad for your kids’ teeth, increasing the risk of cavities and gum disease. We also know that consuming too much sugar can lead to health risks like obesity and diabetes. However, a ...

Prosecco Isn’t the Only Wine That’ll Damage Your Teeth (Or Even the Worst)

Orange County, NY is wine country. It’s a well-kept secret, but it’s true. Not only do we love our wine, but we have many fine wineries in the countryside of the the beautiful and fertile Hudson Valley. However, our wine habit isn’t always good for our teeth. Recently, there’s been a focus on the potential ...