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Why you should choose a pediatric dentist for your child

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We talk a lot about how our pediatric dental practice in Millis makes visiting the dentist more fun for kids, and we really do make it fun!  However, there are actual medical differences between pediatric dentistry and general dentistry, and it’s important for parents to know why they are significant. 1 – Pediatric Dentists are […]

My child has bad breath, what can I do?

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We hear this question a lot. Rest assured, this is not an unusual concern. In fact, a study published in Pediatric Dentistry showed that 23% of young children had halitosis (bad breath). Why? The most common things that cause bad breath are tongue coating, gingivitis (inflammation of the gums) and tooth decay. Here’s the bottom […]

Meet Dr. Ken Webb, Orthodontist

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Dr. Ken Webb is our orthodontist here at Pediatric Dental of Millis, part of the brushfloss.com family of dentists.  We asked Dr. Webb some questions about what makes his work and these practices so special. How long have you been working here? Since it opened!   Why did you decide to become an Orthodontist? In dental […]

Meet Dr. Talia Miller, Pediatric Dentist

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Dr. Talia Miller is a pediatric dentist at the Dental Place Westborough, and Pediatric Dental of Millis, both part of the brushfloss.com family of dentists.  We asked Dr. Miller some questions about what makes her work and these practices so special.   Why did you decide to become a Pediatric Dentist? I love working with kids […]

Vaping, Juuling and teens – what parents should know

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“Vaping” is inhaling heated vapor via a small device, and it’s popular among teens who don’t think it’s dangerous because it’s “not actually smoking”. There is a new device called a Juul that has twice the nicotine content of other vaping devices, and it’s been surging in popularity. So much so that it even has […]

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month

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There seems to be a month for everything, have you noticed? Why is this a thing? There’s very good reason… The American Dental Association (ADA) sponsors National Children’s Dental Health month every February to raise awareness about the importance of oral health. Developing good oral care habits at an early age is very important when […]

Santa isn’t the only one checking his list…

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The Holidays are a busy time for everyone.  Here’s a quick checklist to keep your smile as bright as the season!  Eat foods that clean your teeth: With all the holiday hustle and bustle, sometimes we don’t get to brush as often as normal. Did you know there are some foods that clean teeth […]

Enjoy your Halloween candy and avoid cavities.

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  We love Halloween, but that candy can result in new cavities.  Scary! Here are a few ways you can enjoy that candy and minimize the risk of cavities. Eat your treats directly after a meal, rather than as a separate snack.  Saliva production increases during meals, washing away food particles and helping to neutralize […]

Ultra low dose imaging is here.

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Our practice has recently begun using ultra low dose CBCT Imaging for diagnostics. This provides a very high quality image for our Doctors, using a very low dose of radiation. It also reduces the number of images we require. That’s a win win for our patients. Dr. Kenneth Webb, our orthodontist, recently blogged about making […]

Why you should choose a pediatric dentist for your child

Posted · Add Comment

We talk a lot about how our pediatric dental practice in Millis makes visiting the dentist more fun for kids, and we really do make it fun!  However, there are actual medical differences between pediatric dentistry and general dentistry, and it’s important for parents to know why they are significant. 1 – Pediatric Dentists are […]

My child has bad breath, what can I do?

Posted · Add Comment

We hear this question a lot. Rest assured, this is not an unusual concern. In fact, a study published in Pediatric Dentistry showed that 23% of young children had halitosis (bad breath). Why? The most common things that cause bad breath are tongue coating, gingivitis (inflammation of the gums) and tooth decay. Here’s the bottom […]

Meet Dr. Ken Webb, Orthodontist

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Dr. Ken Webb is our orthodontist here at Pediatric Dental of Millis, part of the brushfloss.com family of dentists.  We asked Dr. Webb some questions about what makes his work and these practices so special. How long have you been working here? Since it opened!   Why did you decide to become an Orthodontist? In dental […]

Meet Dr. Talia Miller, Pediatric Dentist

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Dr. Talia Miller is a pediatric dentist at the Dental Place Westborough, and Pediatric Dental of Millis, both part of the brushfloss.com family of dentists.  We asked Dr. Miller some questions about what makes her work and these practices so special.   Why did you decide to become a Pediatric Dentist? I love working with kids […]

Vaping, Juuling and teens – what parents should know

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“Vaping” is inhaling heated vapor via a small device, and it’s popular among teens who don’t think it’s dangerous because it’s “not actually smoking”. There is a new device called a Juul that has twice the nicotine content of other vaping devices, and it’s been surging in popularity. So much so that it even has […]

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month

Posted · Add Comment

There seems to be a month for everything, have you noticed? Why is this a thing? There’s very good reason… The American Dental Association (ADA) sponsors National Children’s Dental Health month every February to raise awareness about the importance of oral health. Developing good oral care habits at an early age is very important when […]

Santa isn’t the only one checking his list…

Posted · Add Comment

The Holidays are a busy time for everyone.  Here’s a quick checklist to keep your smile as bright as the season!  Eat foods that clean your teeth: With all the holiday hustle and bustle, sometimes we don’t get to brush as often as normal. Did you know there are some foods that clean teeth […]

Enjoy your Halloween candy and avoid cavities.

Posted · Add Comment

  We love Halloween, but that candy can result in new cavities.  Scary! Here are a few ways you can enjoy that candy and minimize the risk of cavities. Eat your treats directly after a meal, rather than as a separate snack.  Saliva production increases during meals, washing away food particles and helping to neutralize […]

Ultra low dose imaging is here.

Posted · Add Comment

Our practice has recently begun using ultra low dose CBCT Imaging for diagnostics. This provides a very high quality image for our Doctors, using a very low dose of radiation. It also reduces the number of images we require. That’s a win win for our patients. Dr. Kenneth Webb, our orthodontist, recently blogged about making […]