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  • In August, the Committee on Health Care for Underserved Women issued guidelines regarding oral healthcare recommendations during pregnancy.  The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists is advising [...]

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    Just for fun

    October 30, 2013 | Children

    We recently discontinued a page on our website where we posted some fun photos of our patients.  I couldn't resist moving some of them over to the blog. Michael - coloring contest winner Savanah's visit to [...]

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    A few months ago I spoke with members of a local Sjogren's Syndrome support group about the effects of dry mouth and how it relates to dentistry.  Sjogren's is an autoimmune disease that attacks the moisture [...]

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    Looking for a GREAT Orthodontist? Here at Trembath Dentistry, we love Dr. Stoll and his staff! We refer our patients to him and they all love him. For more information, check out his website. [...]

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    Did you know that your oral health can be a sign of what is happening in the rest of your body? Certain diseases like AIDS and Sjögren’s syndrome can become apparent in the mouth before they are noticed in [...]

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    Dr. Trembath and Tony devised an experiment where we placed some nails in three different liquids; the first was Mountain Dew, the second water and lastly Diet Coke. We left the nail submerged in the liquids [...]

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    Twelve year molars come in behind the existing teeth. They usually arrive from age 10-13. It is not uncommon for them to cause some pain as they are coming in. Do not worry and do not confuse them for wisdom [...]

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    Around the same time your child looses their first tooth they will start to develop their first molars behind their baby teeth. Many times neither the child nor parent realizes that the new teeth are coming in.[...]

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