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Spring ‘TEETH’ Cleaning for a Cause – Supersmile Gives Back to Autism Speaks

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In addition to his dedication to intelligent smile care, Dr. Irwin Smigel (DDS and inventor of Supersmile®) and his family have long been actively devoted to autism research and education, specifically supporting the Autism Speaks foundation.

Year-round, the brand contributes to the foundation – with 5% of all retail sales of the one-month supply . . . → Read More: Spring ‘TEETH’ Cleaning for a Cause – Supersmile Gives Back to Autism Speaks

Elmo and Abby Cadabby Team Up for Sesame Street’s “Healthy Teeth, Healthy Me” Initiative

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Tooth decay is one of the most common health problems impacting young children’s primary teeth. In fact, nearly 40-to-50 percent of children will be affected by tooth decay before age five. Did you know that 51 million school hours are lost each year due to dental-related conditions?

Since tooth decay is nothing to smile . . . → Read More: Elmo and Abby Cadabby Team Up for Sesame Street’s “Healthy Teeth, Healthy Me” Initiative

Choo Choo – Dinosaur Train Giveaway

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Did you know that February is National Children’s Dental Health Month, and of course February 14this Valentine’s Day. Buddy and his friends from Dinosaur Train would like to help you celebrate both!!

Each February, the American Dental Association (ADA) sponsors National Children’s Dental Health Month to raise awareness about the importance of oral health.Developing . . . → Read More: Choo Choo – Dinosaur Train Giveaway

Trick or Treat for America’s Tooth Fairy

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Can you imagine not being able to eat, sleep or concentrate in school because of unbearable pain? Millions of children endure pain and ridicule resulting from the devastating effects of rampant tooth decay with nowhere to turn for help.

This Halloween – set an example for your children in teaching them to care for . . . → Read More: Trick or Treat for America’s Tooth Fairy

Taking a Child with Autism to the Dentist Can be Impossible but It’s Necessary

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Teeth need to be taken care of no matter what. We all have to eat, and good oral hygiene is essential to a good quality of life especially when an individual is already burdened with a learning disorder such as autism. But when your child suffers from autism, getting him or her to embrace . . . → Read More: Taking a Child with Autism to the Dentist Can be Impossible but It’s Necessary

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