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Extra Floss? Try These Tricks!

WE KNOW, WE KNOW… We ask you about flossing every time you come visit us! It is an integral part of your oral hygiene routine and essential for healthy gums and teeth. But did you know there’s more to floss than cleaning between your teeth? Dental floss can actually be used for a lot of […]

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Win Tickets to Worlds and Oceans of Fun!

When patients recommend Foster Dental Care to family and friends, it is the greatest compliment we can receive. To thank you for sharing about your experiences at Foster Dental Care, we are raffling off a Family Four-Pack to Worlds of Fun and Oceans of Fun! This Family Four-Pack includes tickets to both amusement parks, lunch […]

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Saliva: The Unsung Hero of Oral Health

EVER THINK ABOUT HOW GREAT your saliva is? Probably not. Foster Dental Care would love to enlighten you! Saliva has an all-important role in your oral and digestive health. Saliva Has Many Important Functions Our bodies make two to four pints of saliva a day. That means that over a lifetime, a person will create […]

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Your Child’s Baby Teeth Are Important

“DO I NEED TO FIX my child’s baby tooth since it’s going to fall out anyway?” This is a question we get asked a lot as dental professionals. The answer is a resounding YES! Primary, or “baby,” teeth serve an important purpose in your child’s present and future oral health. Let the team at Foster […]

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Kayla: Employee of the Month

CONGRATULATIONS Kayla! Kayla is one of our amazing treatment coordinators at Foster Dental Care. She is by far one of the most cheerful people you will ever meet and she is excellent at explaining diagnosed treatment to our awesome patients. If you are considering orthodontia, she is great at breaking down the timeline and what […]

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Chewing Sugar-Free Gum Boosts Your Oral Health

GUM ISN’T ALL ABOUT freshening your breath. While it definitely helps after that garlic pasta you had for lunch, did you know chewing sugarless gum can also prevent cavities and improve your oral health? Chewing Gum Increases Saliva Flow and Prevents Cavities According to the American Dental Association, studies show that chewing sugar-free gum for […]

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How Stress Can Affect Your Oral Health

DID YOU KNOW THAT STRESS can have an effect on your oral health? As if you needed any more on your plate! Knowing how stress and oral health are connected can help you combat any problems that might arise. Stress May Contribute to Teeth Grinding Bruxism is the technical term for habitual teeth grinding and […]

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