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Posts Tagged "Cavity"

What is a Flossing Cavity and How Can I Prevent It?

Jul 06 2019

  We see the following scenario unfold pretty commonly in our office between patients and our dentists: Dentist: Ms. Jones, when I…

Cavity-Free Dental Check-ups?

Jun 07 2019

In A Nutshell: Use these sweets only in moderation (less than every day): soda pop* sugared drinks coffee drinks with syrups or…

Dental Care For Babies

Dec 15 2017

Being a parent is a full-time job. As your family dentist, it’s our job to provide preventive dental care reminders about how…

Doctors Answer Your Most Pressing Dental Questions on Facebook Live

Oct 02 2017

On September 28, 2017, Dr. Warren and Dr. May of Caring Smiles Family Dentistry broadcasted LIVE on Facebook answering some of the most…