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11965 Pellicano Dr. El Paso, TX 79936 Phone: 915-855-2337 | 11165 La Quinta Pl. El Paso, TX 79936 Phone: 915-591-1999

11965 Pellicano Dr.
El Paso, TX 79936

915-855-2337

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Patient Hours: Mon-Thu: 7:00am - 4:00pm
​Office Hours: Mon-Fri: 7:00am - 5:00pm

 

11165 La Quinta Pl.
El Paso, TX 79936

915-591-1999

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Patient Hours: Mon-Thu: 7:00am - 4:00pm
Office Hours: Mon-Fri: 7:00am - 5:00pm

 

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4 Reasons Water Is the Best Beverage for Your Teeth

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It doesn’t matter if your glass is half-empty or half-full: Drinking water is always good for your health. Our bodies are made of 60% water, and staying hydrated helps your system distribute healthy nutrients, gets rid of waste, gives your skin a healthy glow and keeps your muscles moving. Sipping water is also one of the best things you can do for your teeth – especially if it’s fluoridated. Read on to find out why water is always a winner for your dental health.

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Teething

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It’s not hard to tell when your baby starts teething. He or she may irritable during the day and sleepless at night. (And you might be too!) Here’s what to expect and how to keep your baby comfortable.

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6 Ways to Reduce Your Child’s Sugary Snacking

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When working with her young patients, pediatric dentist and ADA spokesperson Dr. Mary Hayes teaches them this simple, but important, rhyme: “Sugar is fun to eat, but not good for your teeth!” 

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Sealants

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Brushing and flossing are the best ways to help prevent cavities, but it’s not always easy to clean every nook and cranny of your teeth – especially those back teeth you use to chew (called molars). Molars are rough, uneven and a favorite place for leftover food and cavity-causing bacteria to hide. 

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