The ‘Tooth’ About Dental Care!

By Dr. Lou Sarrosa, NOAH Dental Director

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) recommends that parents clean a baby’s mouth even prior to the eruption of teeth. This can be done with a soft cloth after feedings. When the first tooth/teeth erupt(s), the tooth/teeth should be brushed with an appropriate brush size for small children with a smear (size of a grain of rice) of fluoridated toothpaste (that is marked with the seal of approval by the American Dental Association) up until the age of 3 years. Read more

The ‘Tooth’ About Dental Care

Tooth tips for National Dental Hygiene Month

Are You Fighting Cancer with Your Lifestyle? 5 Strategies to Keep Cancer at Bay

Cancer is a scary word. Too often, people are swindled into taking handfuls of supplements and other snake oil strategies in an attempt to ward off cancer, when the “cures” often do nothing but drain your bank account and may even be harmful. Although evidence between certain foods and cancer are still up for debate, there are five cancer prevention guidelines based on research from the World Cancer Report that you should consider to reduce your cancer risk.
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