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It’s Root Canal Awareness Week!

May 6 – 12 is Root Canal Awareness week! Root canals have a reputation as one of the most painful and invasive dental procedures, something that everything is trying to avoid. Now is the perfect time to learn about what a root canal is and how to avoid the need for a root canal. What… Read more »

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How To Find The Right Type Of Binkie For Your Child

Parents know that a binkie can be one of the most important tools in their parenting toolbox, for those moments when you just need some peace and quiet. Binkies can be a bit controversial in parenting circles, However, if you pay attention to the proper factors when choosing a binkie for your child, you can… Read more »

Tips For Teaching Your Child To Brush Their Own Teeth

One of the earliest ways that your child gets a little taste of independence is by learning to brush their own teeth. Since this is an important lifelong habit, it’s crucial to establish good brushing habits from an early age, so that they understand and grasp good dental health. However, it can be a difficult… Read more »

Tired Of Kissing A Lover With Bad Breath? Here’s How To Have That Talk

There are few things better than kissing your lover. There are also few things worse than kissing someone with bad breath. If you’re someone who has to live inside the venn diagram of kissing a lover with bad breath, it can be difficult. Most people living with bad breath don’t usually know that they are… Read more »

Why New Dental Habits Should Be Your Resolution

The holidays are a time of eating, and while this is part of what people love about them, these days are usually code words for bingeing of sweets and junk food. Enjoying ourselves during the holiday season can be great while it’s happening, but then January rolls around. With the combination of winter weather, going… Read more »

New Year, New Me, New Teeth?

As 2019 rolls around, one of the main things that you want to keep consistent are your teeth. Sure, you might want them to be cleaner, whiter, or healthier, but it’s much less painful and expensive to do so with the ones that are already in your mouth. That is why this is the perfect… Read more »

Handling Holiday Jaw Stress

As the holiday season rounds into full swing, we’re all getting excited for the good times and laughter with friends and family, as well as the well-deserved relaxation. At least, in theory. For many of us, the holidays can be just as stressful as the rest of the year. Whether you’re traveling home, planning big… Read more »

Healthy Teeth Tips For Conquering Fall

Fall is in full swing, and that can mean bad things for your teeth. Whether you’re into tossing back Pumpkin Spice Lattes like it’s your day job or sneaking a fistful of your kid’s Halloween candy while they’re sleeping, fall is a time of great temptation for the sweet-toothed among us. However, there are ways… Read more »

5 First Aid Tips for Your Child’s Dental Emergency

Emergencies always test our ability to think clearly, resist panic and stay calm under the rush of adrenaline—and dental injuries are no different. The best way to help your child? Be prepared and knowledgeable, stay calm and get them the appropriate treatment fast. Concluding our Family Smiles series, our team at Plancich Dental want you… Read more »

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Plancich Dental Family Smiles Series: Guide to Types of Mouthguards

Mouthguards are most commonly used in contact sports, such as football and hockey. What many parents don’t realize is that their child may need a mouthguard for non-sports related purposes. It’s a common misconception that mouthguards are one size fits all! However, not all mouthguards are not created equal and they can serve different purposes…. Read more »