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“Witch” Halloween Treats Are Trickiest for Your Teeth?

It’s that time of year again—Halloween! Carving pumpkins. Creating costumes. And, of course, collecting candy. But some of the candies in that collection aren’t much of a treat for your teeth. Read More

Can a Night Guard Mean Sweet Dreams for Your Child?

Sometimes the reason for a poor night’s sleep is obvious. Maybe your child watched a scary movie. Or loaded up on sugar before bed. Or can’t get to sleep after Read More

How do I clean my baby’s teeth?

Creating good dental hygiene habits early in your child’s life is essential to the health of his or her teeth, even when your infant doesn’t have any. By starting now, Read More

What's on your fall reading list?

How better to spend the fall months than inside by the fireplace with a warm cup of cider and a book in hand? the doctor and our team at Steven Read More

Taking Care of Your Toothbrush

One of the best ways to take care of your teeth is to brush them twice each day for two minutes each time. And brushing works even better when you Read More

Oral Health Concerns for Infants

Because babies’ teeth don’t appear until around six to eight months of age, it’s a natural misconception that they don’t need dental care. But the steps you take as the Read More

Are thumb sucking and pacifier habits harmful for a child’s teeth?

Depending on how long the thumb sucking or constant pacifier use continues, and how aggressively the child sucks a thumb or the pacifier, it can indeed be an oral health Read More

Keep Those Teeth Shipshape, Matey!

September 19th is just around the corner, and you know what that means—Aye, matey, it’s “Talk Like a Pirate Day”! Why do we have a “Talk Like a Pirate Day” Read More

Celebrate Labor Day by Getting Away

Labor Day honors the contributions that workers have made to this country, and for many Americans, the holiday is a great time to relax at home with family and friends. Read More

When should I begin brushing my baby's teeth?

One question our team at Steven Nerad hear all the time is, “When should I start brushing my baby’s teeth?” You should begin regular cleanings even before your baby has teeth. Read More

What are dental sealants and how do they work?

A dental sealant is a liquid that is applied to the teeth. The sealant hardens and provides a protective coating that is designed to reduce cavities and create a smoother Read More

Top Five Things to Keep Your Dentist Smiling

Come say hello twice a year. The American Dental Association says two times is the charm. Multiple visits a year lets us keep an eye out for any developing issues. Read More

Make Brushing Fun!

It’s gratifying to know your child has good oral hygiene, especially starting from an early age. We know it can be difficult to get your son or daughter to brush Read More

Gum Disease in Children

When it comes to gum disease and your child, it’s a good news/bad news situation. The very good news is that children rarely suffer from advanced gum disease, or periodontitis. Read More

Can children be at risk for developing periodontal disease?

the doctor and our team hear this question a lot. While many people believe periodontal disease is an adult problem, studies have indicated that periodontal disease, also known as gum Read More

Educational and Entertaining Enamel Experiments

Let’s talk about the science of our teeth for a moment. Our enamel has a very high mineral content, making it extremely strong.  In fact, enamel just happens to be Read More

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