There is more to keeping teeth healthy than daily brushing and flossing. The American Dental Association recommends using a soft-bristle tooth brush and floss to keep our teeth clean along with another great aid, fluoride, to help protect our teeth.
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Regular brushing of teeth is essential in good dental hygiene and should start early in your child’s life. Although helping kids brush twice a day for two minutes can be tough, it is important as this habit can benefit their dental health for a lifetime.
Did you hear the one about the teeth? A dental team visited members of the Air Force Office of Special Investigations to fit agents with custom earpieces Jan. 6.
February is National Children’s Dental Health Month. Every year, dental providers strive to improve the health and awareness of children and their teeth.
Taking care of one another is essential to the Air Force mission, and the 86th Dental Squadron area dental laboratory ensures quality prosthodontics are made to prevent mishaps and restore, develop and deploy Airmen from all over Europe.
It’s 2 a.m., and your teething infant has been crying, seemingly forever. You feel tired, frustrated and helpless; you wish you could give your baby something to quickly soothe the pain.
Capt. Heather Rybar, 86th Dental Squadron general dentist, talks to her patient, Emma LeNeave, during the 86th Dental Squadron’s “Little Teeth, Big Smiles” event Nov. 5 on Ramstein. The event invited parents to bring their children, up to 10 years old, in to receive a dental checkup and cleaning.
Watching babies go from crawling and scooting to wobbling and walking makes for a very exciting time for parents. It also can be a little frightening as parents attempt to make the environment as safe as possible for their children. Some trips and stumbles are harmless, but other falls and […]