Five Dental Tips for Teenagers from F...

Five Dental Tips for Teenagers from Family Tree Dental Group

There are 12 comments on the PRWeb story from May 24, 2013, titled Five Dental Tips for Teenagers from Family Tree Dental Group. In it, PRWeb reports that:

The Austin dentists and Round Rock dentists at Family Tree Dental Group have compiled five oral healthcare suggestions specifically for teens.

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Since: May 13

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#1 May 29, 2013
Actually teeth whitening are very affordable and many varieties of do-it-yourself products, teeth whitening are very popular. But there is limitation for each process, that's how many times you should apply it. Don't be addicted of teeth whitening. When teeth reach a realistic shade, you only need to repeat the multiple bleaching sessions twice a year or less.
That's it. So, follow the rules given by your dentist.

Orlando, FL

#3 Jan 10, 2014
I'm almost out of my toothpaste and I'm wondering where I can find the best whitening toothpaste that will get the job done? You are really impressive and so I'd like to ask what you like to use?
Celine |

Since: Dec 13

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#4 Jan 14, 2014
Good and informative article. The tips given in the article really need to be followed by teens. Mainly unhealthy eating habits cause the dental problems in teens. Acidic food, cold-drinks, sweets, unhealthy habits are the main things that created the oral problems. So best to avoid the regular consumption of it. Read more about dental care on

Since: Jan 14

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#5 Jan 15, 2014
Really very informative post.More than 30 % Teenagers are struggling with teeth problems and it's very necessary to educate them about teeth related start a teeth white teeth diet,brush thrice in a day,consulting a doctor if pain is too much ,and drinking more water.

Magnolia, TX

#6 Feb 14, 2014
The best thing you can do is brush and floss regularly. The second best? Always attend checkups and cleanings!

Walla Walla, WA

#8 May 15, 2014
I'm lucky that my daughter wants to be a dental hygienist when she grows up. She never has a problem going to the dentist as a teenager. When she was a little younger, she was terrified from the dentist though. I agree, Jamiennbenet. Drinking plenty of water will help your teeth's health, and even tooth pain.
Celine |
Courtney Galler

Provo, UT

#11 Aug 12, 2014
My sister has a hard time finding a dentist that her kids like. She just moved, and is planning on going to check out several clinics. I think she said she might be visiting

Orlando, FL

#12 Aug 25, 2014
My son has never had much of a problem with dental work. He follows almost all of these tips and takes great care of his teeth, so he rarely has much work done. It's important to us to find a dental office that makes him comfortable so what work he does have done goes smoothly.

Steve Carter |


#14 Dec 12, 2014
I am always surprised. My teenage daughter loves going to the dentist. When I was her age I never wanted to go. I would always make up excuses to tell my mom to not go to the dentist. I think it is great that my daughter loves to have her teeth cleaned.
Randy Bradford

Toronto, Canada

#16 May 15, 2015
I never knew there were so many different ways to take care of your teeth. It seems like everyone just focuses on the brushing part. It sounds like these are some things that your dentist would recommend to you if you ask them. Being able to know how to properly care for your teeth sounds like it would help you keep them nice for the future.

Since: Jun 15

Toronto, Canada

#19 Jun 24, 2015
It feels great when my teenage daughter is so concern about maintaining her oral health. She used to do her teeth whitening ( ) once in every two or three months in a Cambridge-based dental clinic.This habit is definitely going to keep her away from the bad breath and oral related health issue. This teeth whitening is just an alternative to take our kids to the dentist for the dental check up

Since: Oct 16


#20 Thursday Oct 20
If you have a bad bite or your teeth are crooked or out of alignment, you may benefit from braces. Braces can help improve your smile and make your teeth straighter. They can also improve your dental health and overall health because untreated orthodontic problems can make it hard to bite and chew and can interfere with eating.

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