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Most of us stick to our regular routine when it comes to oral hygiene habits. Why not make a resolution this new year to get rid off bad old habits and commit to a healthy oral hygiene routine from this 2017. Good oral health contributes to your ...

  November is National Diabetes Awareness month Regular dental  visits is the key to good oral health.  People with diabetes are at a higher risk for any gum problems due to poor blood sugar levels. Diabetes can contribute to serious ...

  4 EASY STEPS TO FOLLOW FOR HEALTHY LOOKING TEETH……                   1. BRUSH YOUR TEETH TWICE DAILY FOR 2 MINUTES. 2. FLOSS EVERY TIME YOU BRUSH AND MAKE IT A HABIT. 3. USE A ...

For most of you summer could have been very busy with the wonderful weather we’ve had in Michigan. Getting back in routine can be difficult if not planned well. Just as important as school is.. it’s also important to get back in ...

A child’s first dental check up should be by age 1. The importance of getting your child a dental home by age 1  is the best way to start good oral habits by age 1 as recommended by the AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY(AAPD)  AND ...

Dr.Shah would like to share the new guidelines from the AAP regarding fluoride ! According to the AAP fluoride should be applied as early as 6 months of age around the time when the first tooth erupts ! Click on the link below to read more ...

Dr.Shah would like to share this great article that talks about the connection between oral health and overall health ! This article goes in depth discussing about how people with diabetes are more vulnerable to teeth issues. Click on the link ...

Pediatric dentists are dedicated to the oral health of children from infancy through the teen years. They have the experience and qualifications to care for a child’s teeth, gums, and mouth throughout the various stages of childhood. Dr. Sonal ...

Where do we get our fluoride and how it is helpful to keep us healthy?    http://www.smilemichigan.com/Fluoride

        NOT MAKING A CHILD’S FIRST VISIT TO THE DENTIST BY AGE 1 ! A child’s first visit to the dentist must be by age 1 as recommended by the American Dental Association. A well baby dental visit must be done by age 1 ...