Tag: Dentist in Fairfield

​Dental Health Tips for Halloween

Today is Halloween! Children all over the country have been looking forward to trick-or-treating for candy in their Halloween costumes. Halloween is the perfect time to teach your children about good dental hygiene. Brace Yourself for Sweet Treats All children can enjoy Halloween experience–even children with braces. When you child has braces, they can have …

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October is National Orthodontic Health Month

October is National Orthodontic Health Month! It may seem ironic; as many associate October with Halloween candy. Nonetheless, there will be plenty of trick-or-treaters who are undergoing orthodontic treatment. Sweet treats can cause havoc for little ones with braces. Flossing and brushing are even more crucial on Halloween. When children consume an excessive amount of …

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October is National Dental Hygiene Month

When you think of October, fall foliage, Halloween and candy usually come to mind. Many would be surprised to know that October is National Dental Hygiene Month. It is time to pause and reflect on dental hygiene. This year, NDHM focuses on four main components of dental hygiene: brushing teeth twice a day, flossing everyday, using …

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Look Like Royalty with a Crown

Are you happy with your smile? Do you show your teeth in pictures? If the answer to these two questions is no, crowns may be the right option for you. Crowns are synthetic caps, usually made of porcelain, that are placed on top of a tooth. They are primarily used to improve the functionality and …

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Teething Tips

Teething, like taxes, is an inevitable fate that everyone faces. Teething is the process in which teeth begin to emerge through the gums. Usually, teething can happen at three months old to a year old. No matter when it happens, it is painful for babies to endure and even more painful for parents to watch. …

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We Can Put A Smile On Your Face

At Fairfield Dental Arts, we offer services for everyone in your family. Infants should have their first appointment after they are a year old. By this time, the primary teeth have been formed. Our dentists can proactively detect and prevent any future issues that may arise. It is perfectly normal for infants to experience teething. …

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Brush Up on Your Dental Hygiene Routine

Brush ‘Em, Brush ‘Em, Brush ‘EmBrush your teeth 2-3 times a day. Ideally, you should brush them after every meal. Frequent brushing can reduce the amount of plaque on your teeth and bacteria in your mouth. After brushing, always rinse off your toothbrush with hot water. Oh The Flossy, FlossyWhile it is imperative to brush …

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