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Teaching Children With Autism To Brush Their Teeth

Teaching Children With Autism To Brush Their Teeth

March 05, 2022 4 min read

Depending on where your child falls on the Spectrum, toothbrushing may be a beloved occurrence in your house are a dreaded challenge. Autism spectrum disorder can make oral care more challenging to start and maintain. My first recommendation would be 2 find a dentist as early as possible to establish that professional relationship with your child very early.
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How oral health affects the heart

How oral health affects the heart

October 25, 2021 5 min read

The heart is an amazingly complex powerhouse of strength, emotion, and regulation. It has been pumping blood through your body since you were still inside your birth mother. Never once stopping to take a vacation or check out for a few hours to get some rest. The heart keeps going, doing its job, until one day it does stop working, and when that happens, everything else ceases to continue.

When you think about how powerful that is, it makes you wonder, “what am I doing to be good to my heart?”

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Headaches - Why Do We Have Them And Can We Prevent Them?

Headaches - Why Do We Have Them And Can We Prevent Them?

August 07, 2020 5 min read

It's a pain we all deal with, at one time or another. A pain that is unforgettable and one that, unfortunately stays with us throughout our life span. Headaches, those frustrating, nagging, sometimes excruciating pains that seem to come at the worst times and have the capacity to knock us off of our feet for more time than we care to experience. We know stress can cause headaches, but it's quite remarkable all the different types of headaches there are, what can cause these irritating and unpleasant episodes in our lives, and is there any way we can prevent them?
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Look And Feel 20 Years Younger

Look And Feel 20 Years Younger

July 17, 2020 7 min read

As we get older, the joys of adulthood can weigh us down and that in itself can make us look and feel older than we really are. We have to wonder if there are functional things we can do ourselves to change our physical and emotional state as we age. 
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Best Baby Sleep Schedule

Best Baby Sleep Schedule

July 16, 2020 6 min read

Consistency is the key to making things run well and babies are no different. We, as adults, function well on a schedule, why would a baby be any different? How do you possibly begin to get your baby on a sleep schedule? You do normal, routine activities and you do them consistently:

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    Sweets That Don't Rot Your Teeth

    Sweets That Don't Rot Your Teeth

    July 03, 2020 4 min read

    Sticky, sugary and even starchy foods create bacteria in our mouth that make acids that cause the enamel on our teeth to break down. I'm sure you know the term, tooth decay. Tooth decay leads to cavities, cavities lead to dental problems for you, not a favorable experience anyone is volunteering for. A constant intake of sugary foods increases the chances of tooth decay. That cheesecake you were imagining a few sentences ago is starting to lose its appeal, a little bit, isn't it? One of the many reasons brushing your teeth twice a day, flossing, and keeping regular appointments with your dentist are vitally important to your overall health.
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    Pregnancy Gingivitis

    Gingivitis and Pregnancy

    January 25, 2019 2 min read

    What happens to your body will affect your baby. Pregnancy gingivitis can cause pre-term labor and low birth weight. Dentists recommend going in to be seen after the first trimester. They also recommend using a soft bristled toothbrush, a mouth wash without alcohol, and a toothpaste that is made for sensitive teeth and gums. Oral care is just as important as visiting your obstetrician or midwife.
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    Dentophobia

    Dentophobia

    January 15, 2019 2 min read

    Dentophobia is a fear of the dentist. Read more about how Brilliant Oral Care can help you overcome this common fear.
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