Dreaming of Losing Your Teeth? Find Out Why.

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woman awakens from nightmare

Sleep is supposed to bring us a sense of total relaxation so we can properly recharge for whatever the next day brings. But when an unsettling dream pops up, it can disrupt a perfectly peaceful snooze. One of the more uncomfortable dreams we’ve heard about at our dental office in Erdenheim involves vivid pictures of… Read more →

The Best & Worst Easter Candy for Teeth

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Easter candy

As we head into another month with a holiday that’s typically celebrated with loads of candy, our dental office in Erdenheim wants to remind our patients that while you don’t need to totally avoid packing Easter baskets with sweet treats, you should choose your candy wisely. This Easter, try to avoid these top three worst… Read more →

Are All Those Claims About Charcoal Toothpaste Really True?

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charcoal toothpaste

There’s recently been a surge in the popularity of using charcoal toothpaste to get a whiter smile. Promoters of the charcoal toothpaste trend claim that it can help whiten teeth effectively without the risk of increased sensitivity that may result from using other products. But does it really work? Join the team at our Erdenheim… Read more →

Is Tooth Whitening Safe for Teens?

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teen brushes teeth

As your child enters her teen years, she may begin to consider whitening her smile using over-the-counter tooth whitening strips. But as her parent, you’re unsure if smile whitening is safe for her growing grin. Our dental office in Erdenheim is here to provide you some insight on whitening strips and some risks of using… Read more →

How Can I Help My Teenager Keep a Healthy Smile?

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teenage boy smiling

As kids grow up they start to become more independent. They need less help from mom or dad with homework, laundry, and other everyday activities. Usually they’re pretty great at taking on these responsibilities with little to no trouble or risk of consequences. But when it comes to their oral health, less supervision could result… Read more →