• 29 MAR 15
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    Your child’s first visit to dentist

    Baby teeth are just as important as permanent or adult teeth. When babies are born, they usually have 20 primary teeth that have partly formed inside the gums.The front two upper and lower teeth usually begin to come in when the child is between six and twelve months old. Most children have a set of

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    • 23 MAY 14
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    What causes tooth decay and gum diseases

    Teeth are covered with a sticky film of bacteria called plaque. After a meal or snack, these bacteria convert the sugar in foods into acids. These acids attack the enamel, the tooth’s hard outer layer. Repeated attack can cause the enamel to break down and lead to cavities. If you brush twice a day and

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    • 19 APR 14
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    Take Control of Acidity in Your Mouth!

    Have you ever wondered if many of the diseases including dental conditions may have a common cause? Many studies attribute this to pH imbalance. You can change your pH and improve your teeth and gums. Your mouth can be acidic, neutral or alkaline. and pH is a measure of acidity. The “p” stands for potent, or potential to be,

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    • 14 OCT 15
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    Opiod Crisis – Arlington Community Forum Meeting

    “It Stops here – Ending Opiate Abuse in our Community” This evening I attended drug addiction awareness meeting in Arlington Townhall. Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan did a great job in coordinating this meeting to educate the community. There were approximately 100 people in attendance all with the same goal – to have our town and schools drug

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