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Start The Year Slow And Steady

Happy New Year from our entire team at Ambler Dental Care. 2018 is off to a great start for us, how about you? Did you make a list of resolutions and goals for 2018? We hope that at least one of those resolutions involved your dental care. Optimal dental care is important because its effects reach into aspects of your total physical health as well.
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All You Want For Christmas Is Your Two Front Teeth?

Have you started to hear this familiar song during the month of December? The repeated words, “All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth” emphasize the desire that both young and old want teeth more than just about anything else for their holiday gift.
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“Bite Your Tongue!”

Most people know the term “bite your tongue!” According to the Urban Dictionary it’s “when a person wants to say something that may be offensive or hurtful to someone, so instead says nothing.” It is the opposite of speaking what’s on your mind.
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Avoiding A Cracked Tooth This Halloween

Halloween is such a fun time of year. Lots of tricking goes on, and the treats are so yummy. However, this time of year can be bad for your teeth in many ways. We all know that the amount of sugar consumed increases significantly with fall parties, trick-or-treating, and the delicious candy corns that find their way into our homes during this time of year as well.
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No More Silver Selfies

Ahhhh…. the selfie! Ten years ago, if someone would have used that word, the people around them probably would have replied with a puzzled look of confusion. In 2013 is “selfie” became the “word of the year” and added to the Oxford English Dictionary. Nowadays we hear it, experience it and view them all-the-day-long! Everyone’s doing it!
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Starting School With A Snaggletooth Student?

Oh dear, are you preparing your little one for school in the fall, and the one thing you can’t ignore is that snaggletooth projecting straight out of the front of their mouth? Often times, around the age of 6 or 7 the top center pair of baby teeth begin to loosen and seem to dangle crookedly by a thread.
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Is Looking Younger On Your “To-Do” List?

Wouldn’t it be so nice to be able to add “Look younger” to your list of things to accomplish today, and by the end of the day you’re able to cross it off with a great deal of satisfaction? Ambler Dental Care has good news for you if you would love to look younger quickly! We offer professional teeth whitening options that will erase years from your appearance.
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National Kissing Day Is June 19th, Are You Ready?

If it’s not on your calendar yet, you’d better get it on there quick! June 19th is National Kissing Day in the United States. We’re actually really not completely sure how this day arrived as a day to honor kissing, however as dental professionals, we love celebrating anything to do with a healthy mouth.
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The Tale Of Two Missing Teeth

Once upon a time there were two kings who lived in far away lands. They each ruled their kingdoms kindly and fairly. All of the people in their lands loved them dearly. The one king lived in a land called Sugarland, filled with trees with gumdrops and lollipops. The other king lived in a land called Sportland, filled with sports of all sorts, the rough and tumble types.
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The Role Of Roleplaying Your Child’s First Dental Appointment

Roleplaying is a great tool parents use to help their child know how to handle unfamiliar situations that will come their way. A great example of this might be roleplaying how to meet a new friend. Children love to play pretend. In roleplaying, they get to pretend they are actually meeting a new friend with you! As you “play” they learn how to interact with new friends.
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