Baby teeth fall out to make room for permanent teeth. Don’t think that just because it comes out, it doesn’t matter. When a tooth becomes loose, don’t rush to pull it out. Yanking out your wiggly tooth too early can cause infections and dental complications. Primary teeth begin falling out between the ages of six… Read more »
Month: September 2011
Family Health and Fitness Day 2011
Family Health and Fitness Day is a national health event, always held on the last Saturday in September. The 15th annual family day will be held this year on September 24, 2011. The health event is organized by the Health Information Resource Center. The goal is to gather families together to promote the importance of… Read more »
Fun Facts About Floss
Daily flossing is required for healthy teeth. Thorough flossing removes the plaque and food debris that your toothbrush may not. It also increases blood circulation in your gums to help prevent gum disease. Flossing is a crucial component for a healthy smile, but it has a fair share of interesting facts, as well. Here are… Read more »
How Many Smiles Do You Have?
As a baby, you learn to smile by mimicking the expressions of others. When you smile, your body sends a message to your brain that makes you and others feel good. A smile is generally defined as an upturning of the lips, but you form different versions of your smile depending on your mood and… Read more »