Bayville Dental Arts Blog

Teaching Kids How to Care for Their TEETH!

May 2, 2024

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Dental Hygienist Vanessa showing on of our littlest patients the right way to brush!

It’s never too early to start teaching kids about the importance of good dental care. While children aren’t able to brush and floss their teeth independently until approximately Kindergarten or 1st grade, preschoolers are eager to start figuring out how to do things on their own. Learning about good oral hygiene habits at a young age – including brushing and flossing – sets children up for a lifetime of healthy teeth and gums!


Healthy Smiles for a Lifetime

February 21, 2020

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February is National Children’s Dental Health month! Good oral health is so important from the very beginning of every child’s life: it allows for them to smile, eat, and even talk. Setting the foundation early for healthy habits will allow your kids to grow into adults with strong, healthy smiles that will last them a lifetime.


Design Your Dental Plan for 2020!

January 28, 2020

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Can you believe that most of January is already behind us?! Now is the time to figure out your family’s dental plan for the year and budget accordingly. To help you tackle this daunting task, start by asking yourself a few questions: What dental work should you have done? If you have dental insurance, how much of the work will be covered? If you do not have insurance, will you be able to afford necessary dental procedures? We have put together a guide to help you simplify the process of answering these questions and design your family’s dental plan for 2020.


New Year … New You! Look and Feel Your Best in 2020!

January 2, 2020

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 As we begin a new year and a new decade, why not make a resolution to do something that will improve your overall health and well-being, while also transforming your appearance? Make 2020 the year you resolve to smile more!


This Holiday Season Give Your Family the Gift of Healthier Traditions

December 20, 2019

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 It’s the holiday season, which for many people means it is time for family gatherings, gift giving, and indulging in special treats. While annual traditions are an important part of celebrating and bringing us together with loved ones, unfortunately many of them are not the healthiest. Overspending can cause stress. Eating and drinking too much can be bad for our waistline and our teeth. And family gatherings often lead to a lot of sitting around. This year, why not swap out some of your family’s unhealthy traditions with new ones that will promote better overall health and well-being.


Best and Worst Holiday Foods for Your Smile

November 27, 2019

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Tis the season to eat, drink, and be merry. We all know that some foods and drinks are worse for our waistline and our overall health than others, but did you know that some foods are extra harmful to our oral health? Foods that are high in sugar – such as candy and soda – are obvious cavity causing culprits, but some others are less obvious, but just as bad.


End of the Year Insurance Reminder – Less than Two Months Left!

November 4, 2019

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As a friendly reminder, if you have dental work you’ve put on hold, now is a good time to schedule an appointment to maximize your insurance benefits.


Happy National Dental Hygiene Month

October 28, 2019

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Our amazing dental hygienists: Vanessa and Marilyn. (Pictured from left to right.)

This October, celebrate national dental hygiene month by thanking your dental hygienist and taking great care of your teeth!


Don’t Delay – Visit Your Dentist Today!

September 9, 2019

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Why do we procrastinate? So why do we put off certain tasks? When faced with doing something that we think might be challenging, time consuming, or uncomfortable, we might try to avoid the hardship by putting it off. For instance, for some people visiting the dentist can seem intimidating if they have had a bad past experience. Other people who are perfectionists often procrastinate due to the need to do a task perfectly – which is often impossible – so they don’t do it at all.


Go Back to School with a Healthy Smile!

August 27, 2019

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 Here are three back-to-school tips to help your little ones maintain great oral health throughout the school year:

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