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What are the Different Types of Cavities—And How Are They Treated?

Woman holding face in painYou brush, you floss, you visit us every 6 months for dental checkups, and each time you sit down in the chair, you cross your fingers and hope for no dental cavities. There are many reasons to take good care of your oral health, but if you ask most people, avoiding cavities will be number one on their list. It’s understandable because having a cavity is no fun at all. 

The symptoms of cavities—toothache, spontaneous pain in the mouth, jolts of pain when eating or drinking something sweet, hot, or cold, and even pits or stains on the surface of your teeth—are quite unpleasant. But did you know that not all cavities are the same? 

The 3 Different Types of Cavities

Most cavities can be diagnosed with a dental exam and/or x-rays, allowing your dentist to identify the type of cavity and best course of treatment. These types are: 

Smooth Surface Cavities

These cavities are less serious than the other types and are also easier to prevent. Just as the name suggests, smooth surface cavities are found on the smooth outside surfaces of the teeth, where plaque can build up if not properly removed through brushing and flossing. 

Pit or Fissure Cavities

This type of tooth decay occurs on the chewing surfaces of the back teeth, rather than on the sides as with smooth surface cavities. If you run your tongue over your back teeth, you’ll feel the many ridges of the surface. The uneven texture of this part of the tooth makes it an easy place for bacteria and plaque to hide if you’re not brushing your teeth thoroughly. 

Root Decay

Cavities on the root portion of the tooth are most common with older adults or those who have receding gums. The root is normally protected by the gums; when gums recede, the exposed roots can be left open to decay, especially if proper oral hygiene is not maintained. 

The treatment for each type of cavity depends on the severity, among other factors; however, the most common treatment for a cavity is getting a filling. 

Natural-Looking, Tooth-Colored Fillings

The dental filling procedure consists of drilling/removing the decayed tissue from the tooth, then filling the hole left behind with gold, amalgam (silver-colored material), or resin substance to restore the tooth. Fillings for dental cavities don’t have to be an eyesore; they can be tinted to match your real tooth color. 

Here at Jordan Dentistry, we offer tooth-colored fillings, which help preserve the natural look of your smile. Cosmetic and restorative dentistry are our specialties, so give us a call at 770-888-6262 if you’re interested in making an appointment. We would love to help you maintain your oral health as well as gain the confidence of a healthy, beautiful smile!

Healthy Quarantine Snacks Your Teeth Will Thank You For

Woman sitting on floor eating watermelon quarantine snacksIf you’re finding yourself doing a lot of snacking these days, you’re not alone! The coronavirus pandemic is forcing us to stay at home much more than usual, and the boredom is causing many folks to gravitate towards the kitchen. While snacking isn’t necessarily a bad thing in moderation, it is important to choose snacks that won’t hurt your teeth. Fortunately, there are lots of tooth-friendly quarantine snacks to enjoy that are dentist-approved. Keep reading for some snacking tips from Cumming family dentist Dr. Jordan to satisfy your snack cravings as well as your hunger for oral health. 

A Dentist’s Guide to Quarantine Snacking

The stress, isolation, and downright weirdness of this time is a big trigger for many people, and it’s understandable to turn to comfort foods and junk foods as a coping mechanism. However, making some simple substitutions can help you feel better and protect your health at a time when that’s extra important. 

According to Leeds University Professor of Pediatric Dentistry Jack Toumba, the best snacks for dental health “aren’t acidic, sticky or sugary; don’t hang around too long in the mouth; contain tooth-friendly compounds such as the minerals calcium and phosphorus or natural antibacterials; and stimulate saliva which is nature’s tooth cleaner.”

The best quarantine snacks include:

Crunchy Fruits and Veggies

Crunchy produce like apples, pears, celery, and carrots are juicy and hydrating, but their crunchy texture also acts a bit like a toothbrush, scraping the surface of your teeth as you chomp. 

Mineral-Rich Snacks

To keep tooth enamel strong, choose plain nuts (especially almonds), cheese, and yogurt, which contain calcium and phosphorus. Opt for low-fat dairy products if possible, as these contain the highest levels of phosphorus. Sunflower and pumpkin seeds are also good choices.

Snacks to Avoid

Steer clear of snacks that are full of processed sugars and carbs, sticky candies or caramels that are hard to clean off of teeth, and acidic snacks like tomato juice or citrus fruits. And if you do indulge in these treats every once in a while, remember to brush and floss about 20 minutes after you finish eating, giving your enamel time to re-harden. 

Fun Ideas for Quarantine Snacks

Just because snacks are healthy, doesn’t mean they have to be boring. Check out some of these creative quarantine snacks

However you’re getting through this pandemic, we hope you’re staying well and keeping yourselves entertained! We look forward to serving you for all of your family dentistry needs when it’s safe to reopen. In the meantime, remember to brush and floss twice daily, and put your oral health routine in high gear so you can have a cavity-free report next time you get your teeth cleaned.

How to Choose a Toothbrush: Finding the Right Fit For You

Wooden toothbrush on wood slice on white backgroundYou probably already know that brushing your teeth for 2 minutes twice a day is one of your best defenses against tooth decay, but in a world of unlimited choices, this deceptively simple task can get a little confusing. Should you be using a manual or electric toothbrush? Hard bristles or soft? Plastic or bamboo? And how do trends like charcoal and coconut oil fit in the mix? 

Don’t worry, Cumming family dentist Dr. Jordan has the answers! Check out our toothbrush guide to learn everything you need to know about choosing a toothbrush

How to Choose a Toothbrush

Soft bristles or hard?

One of the most important choices you can make when choosing a toothbrush is the type of bristle. For most people, a soft-bristled toothbrush is always the best choice and will still allow you to clean your teeth well. Hard-bristled toothbrushes can actually damage your enamel and gums, especially if you’re one of the many people who brush your teeth too hard

The shape of the bristles matters, too. Opt for angled or multi-level bristles, which help the brush get down into all parts of the tooth. Most people’s teeth have some natural irregularity on the surface, and it’s important that your toothbrush can reach the bacteria that can hide there. 

Manual or electric? 

While many folks feel that powered toothbrushes give them cleaner teeth, it really doesn’t matter as long as you’re brushing with the proper technique. As long as you brush for two minutes, twice a day, using a fluoride toothpaste, you’re good! However, there are some instances when a powered toothbrush is preferred. If you fall in one of these categories, a powered brush might be a smart addition to your dental routine. 

  • People with braces or other orthodontia
  • Kids
  • Elderly people
  • People with disabilities or limited dexterity

Toothbrush materials

We’re living in a golden age of toothbrushes, with so many options you might not know where to start. Plastic is by far the most prevalent toothbrush material, but bamboo toothbrushes are making a comeback, too. That’s right, a comeback—because bamboo is actually what some of the earliest toothbrushes were made from!  

Toothbrushes as we know them today were invented in China in 1498, with bamboo handles and boar’s hair bristles. You can now buy toothbrushes like this in stores, and they are gaining popularity for being biodegradable and eco-friendly. (There are also options with bamboo handles and nylon bristles, but keep in mind that they are not fully biodegradable. Wood toothbrushes are biodegradable but not as eco-friendly as fast-growing bamboo.)

So, which material is better when choosing a toothbrush? Either works, just make sure to select one with the ADA Seal of Approval, which means it fulfills the standards set forth by the American Dental Association. The same goes for charcoal-infused toothbrushes and any all-natural oral health items. With both plastic and biodegradable toothbrushes, you should replace them every three to four months when the bristles begin to show signs of wear and tear. 

While we’re currently closed due to the COVID-19 situation, we look forward to seeing you again. Stay safe and well, and keep on brushing and flossing in the meantime.

COVID-19 Update: We Are Open

open for business

UPDATE: 5/13/20
Jordan Dentistry is open and following strict protocols to protect our patients and team members against COVID-19.  We have installed the hospital-grade REME HALO air purification system in our HVAC.  Its technology has been featured on Fox, ABC, CBS, and in Popular Science Magazine.

This technology:

  • Kills 99+% of viruses and bacteria in the air and on surfaces with ionized hydro peroxide output.
  • Kills 99% of sneeze germs before the germs reach 3 feet.
  • Kills 99+% of viruses, bacteria, and mold.
  • Zinc ions kill 99% of viruses on surfaces.
  • Is integrated into our HVAC system and runs 24 hours a day throughout our entire office, unlike the portable units limited to the room it is placed.

Infection control has always been a top priority for our practice and you may have seen this during your visits to our office.  Our office follows infection control recommendations made by the ADA, CDC, and OSHA.  We do this to make sure that our infection control procedures are current and adhere to each agency’s recommendations.

Here are COVID-19 precautions we are implementing at this time:

  • All staff members will have their temperatures taken when they arrive to work and will be asked screening questions daily.
  • Our office will communicate with you beforehand to ask some screening questions. You will be asked those same screening questions again when you arrive at the office to make sure nothing has changed since the phone screening. Patients with a high-risk category such as heart disease, lung disease, kidney disease, diabetes, or any auto-immune disorder may be asked to schedule an appointment at a later date.
  • We ask that you remain in your car when you arrive for your appointment, call us when you get here and we will go out to your car to get you. You will be greeted by a team member wearing a mask, face shield, and a jacket.  Our team member will ask you screening questions and take your temperature in your car. We would appreciate if you bring your own mask and put it on before our team member arrives at your car.
  • Only patients with an appointment will be allowed in the office. Anyone that comes with you will be asked to wait in the car.
  • We have hand sanitizer that we will ask you to use when you enter the office.
  • Appointments will be managed to allow for social distancing between patients.  That might mean that you’re offered fewer options for scheduling your appointment.
  • Front office staff will wear a mask and gloves for credit card transactions. We have installed a plexiglass protective barrier at the check in and check out counter.
  • After every patient, all exam rooms are disinfected with CDC’s criteria against Coronavirus and protective barriers are placed.
  • All front office surfaces, bathrooms, pens, and door handles are disinfected after each patient.

Our office hours are M-Wed 8-5 and Thur 8-12 PM.

Thank you,

Dr. Shery Jordan


4/1/20

To our valued patients,

As things continue to change amid the spread of COVID-19, Jordan Dentistry will be temporarily closed (as of April 1, 2020). We plan to re-open when the American Dental Association (ADA), Georgia Dental Association (GDA), and the Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommend that we can.

Patients with emergency dental concerns can call our office at 770-888-6262 and leave a message. We will get back to those patients to talk through how to handle their concerns.

Thank you for your understanding as we do our part to lessen COVID-19 exposure to our patients, ourselves, and the community. Please take care and be safe.

Sincerely,
Dr. Jordan and the entire Jordan Dentistry team

Ouch! Why Does My Tooth Hurt?

Woman holding pill and glass of waterIf you’ve ever had a toothache, you know that the pain can be intense and distracting. But what causes toothaches? What can you do to treat a toothache, and how can you reduce the likelihood of having one? Don’t worry, you’re in the right place! Keep reading to find out everything you need to know about toothaches, from Cumming dentist Dr. Jordan

What is a toothache?

 There are several common symptoms associated with toothaches, including: 

  • Dull, throbbing pain
  • Sharp, severe pain
  • Pain that radiates to the jaw, cheek, or ear
  • Pain with pressure (for instance, if you bite down on something, or tap the tooth)
  • Sensitivity to hot and cold temperatures
  • Inflamed or swollen gum around a tooth
  • Discharge around a tooth

What causes a toothache? 

Toothaches can result from many different causes, and some of them might surprise you. For instance, sometimes an ear infection will hurt so badly that the pain radiates all the way to the jaw, being mistaken for a toothache as a result. Other causes of toothache include cavities/tooth decay, a fractured tooth, gum disease, infection, injury, or abscess. TMJ (temporomandibular joint) pain, sinus pain, and even some heart conditions can cause pain that may be mistaken for a toothache. 

The ache of a toothache comes from irritation to the nerve in the root of the tooth. So, what can you do about it? 

How should you treat a toothache?

 The way you should treat your toothache will depend on the cause and the severity. You should call your family dentist or doctor to discuss your situation and get a recommendation on treatment. However, if you’re looking for temporary relief, try these ways to relieve tooth pain

  • Apply a cold compress. Use an ice pack placed on your cheek to cool the area for about 10 minutes. Be sure to take a 10 minute break between icings. 
  • Take an anti-inflammatory medication. Adults should generally use ibuprofen, while acetaminophen is typically recommended for kids. Of course, always consult your doctor, dentist, or pharmacist if you have questions. 
  • Swish warm salt water around your mouth. A salt water rinse can sooth tooth pain, and the salt may reduce inflammation.
  • Use an over-the-counter numbing gel. For short-term pain relief of a toothache, you can use one of the over the counter oral anesthetic products containing benzocaine. If your tooth pain is severe, the numbing may help you manage your pain until you can get in to see the dentist. 

How can you avoid getting a toothache?

The best way to avoid toothaches is to take good care of your dental health. That means brushing your teeth twice a day with fluoride toothpaste, flossing once a day, and visiting the dentist office for a teeth cleaning twice a year. There are also things we can do to help you avoid tooth decay, like administering fluoride treatment or applying sealants to teeth.

You Are What You Eat—And So Are Your Teeth!

colorful vegetables at a farmers marketThey say “You are what you eat,” but did you know that the old adage is true for your teeth as well as your overall health? While brushing, flossing, and regular dentist appointments are important parts of maintaining good oral health, your diet also has an impact. It makes sense, after all—you use your teeth to chew, so what they’re chewing matters. 

Continue reading to learn more about the food/teeth connection and how you can feed your smile what it needs. We’re here to help with Cumming family dentistry services!

How Food Affects Oral Health

You probably know that you need to consume certain vitamins and minerals to stay healthy, from calcium (which strengthens bones), to B vitamins (which affect blood cell production and energy levels). You’re also probably aware that certain substances in your diet can have a negative effect, like eating too much sugar or saturated fat. Well, just like the rest of your body, your teeth and gums depend on the food you eat to get the good stuff they need to be strong, without the bad stuff that can make them weak. 

The Importance of Nutrition

Without the proper nutrients, your mouth is more vulnerable to infection. For strong teeth and healthy gums, make sure you’re getting enough of these foods:

  • Cheese, which contains calcium and protein that strengthen tooth enamel
  • Yogurt, especially probiotic varieties, which not only contain calcium and protein, but can also benefit the good bacteria in your mouth, making it harder for bad bacteria to thrive
  • Spinach, kale, arugula, and other leafy greens, which are a great source of calcium and folic acid, a B vitamin that contributes to healthy gums
  • Carrots and many other orange and yellow veggies contain vitamin A, which is important for gum health 

Aside from getting the right vitamins and minerals, you should also consider how the foods you eat physically affect your teeth. 

  • Crunchy fruits and veggies like apples, carrots, and celery are great snacks for your teeth because they stimulate saliva production, which helps to wash away food particles. Biting into an apple or celery stick can also help to dislodge food particles and bacteria, similar to a toothbrush (Don’t get too excited; you’ll still need to brush twice a day with an actual toothbrush.)
  • Try to eat only at mealtimes when possible. Eating a full meal stimulates saliva production which helps to wash away food particles and acids. 
  • Avoid sugary foods. The more sugar you eat, the more you’re feeding the “bad” bacteria in your mouth that can cause plaque. Keep in mind that it’s not just candy and sweets; many foods like bread and pasta also contain added sugar. 
  • Sticky foods are another hazard; items like taffy, caramel, and gummies tend to adhere to the surface of teeth and are more difficult to dislodge. All the while their sugars are feeding the bacteria that cause plaque! 

At Jordan Dentistry, we believe it’s important to educate our patients and empower them to make the best choices for their oral health. We’re always happy to answer questions, so don’t hesitate to ask. Give us a call at 770-888-6262 to schedule your next dentist appointment in Cumming, Georgia!

Learn Why Fluoride is Important and How It Helps Fight Cavities

Close up photo of toothbrush with toothpaste on bristlesYou’ve probably heard of fluoride, but do you know what it actually does? Why is it in so many toothpastes and mouthwashes? Where does it come from and is it safe? You’ve got fluoride questions, and we’ve got answers. Read on to learn more about this important element of oral health from your Cumming, Georgia dentist, Dr. Jordan

What is fluoride, and where does it come from? 

Fluoride is a naturally-occurring mineral that can be found in water sources all over the world, from oceans and seas to rivers and lakes. In addition to occurring naturally, some cities also adjust the fluoride content of the local drinking water, increasing it to the level considered to have cavity-fighting effects. It is an odorless salt with a slightly bitter taste, and can be found in all plants, which absorb it from the water and soil. 

Why is fluoride important? 

Long story short, fluoride is an important tool in dental health because it keeps teeth strong. How does it do that? Well, first you’ll need to understand enamel, as well as demineralization/remineralization

Enamel is the outer layer of your tooth, and is made from tightly spaced mineral crystals. When you eat and drink, plaque forms on your teeth, and the bacteria in the plaque excrete acids that dissolve tooth enamel, resulting in demineralization. However, this loss of enamel can be balanced out when minerals in your saliva (or the water you drink) are deposited on your teeth, resulting in remineralization. When you lose more minerals than you gain, your teeth are at greater risk of developing cavities. Here’s how fluoride helps: 

  • Fluoride in food and water enters the bloodstream, and in kids, it becomes part of their permanent teeth, even if they still have their baby teeth. The fluoride will also be contained in their saliva, thereby remineralizing teeth from the outside as well. 
  • Fluoride can also be applied via toothpastes, rinses, or even dentist-applied fluoride treatments. These topical applications increase remineralization of the teeth, which helps protect them from cavities. 

If you’re prone to cavities, or want to protect your child’s teeth as much as possible, you may be interested in a fluoride treatment during your next dental checkup. Just let us know if you have any questions; here at Jordan Dentistry, we’re always happy to discuss your dental health concerns and questions with you to find the best treatment plan.

Give us a call at 770-888-6262 to schedule Cumming GA dentist appointments for you and your family, or contact us online. From routine family dentistry to cosmetic and periodontal services, we can help you improve every aspect of your dental health, all in our spacious, comfortable office. Now that’s something to smile about!

Make These New Year’s Resolutions for Healthier Teeth in 2020

Man in pink robe brushing teethWe’re about to enter not only a new year, but also a new decade! It’s the perfect time to make a New Year’s resolution to take better care of your teeth. At Jordan Dentistry in Cumming GA, we’re here to help you with all of your teeth goals, from better dental health to a whiter smile. Give us a call at 770-888-6262 to make an appointment, or get in touch with our online form. We can’t wait to help you smile brighter in 2020!

New Year’s Resolutions for Your Teeth

Small changes can make a big difference. Check out some of these New Year’s resolution ideas to help you improve your dental health

Schedule dental appointments. 

We know it can be tough to fit in one more thing to your busy schedule, but regular teeth cleanings are important when it comes to keeping your teeth healthy. If you’ve been putting off a routine cleaning, go ahead and make an appointment. You’ll feel better without the guilt hanging over your head, and you can start the year with that delightfully fresh, clean feeling you get after a cleaning. 

While you’re at it, go ahead and schedule any dental procedures you know you need to take care of. Tooth problems don’t get better over time, so the sooner you address the issue, the better.

Brush and floss like you mean it. 

If you give your teeth a cursory swipe with the toothbrush every day and only bother to floss when you feel like it, make your resolution to give your teeth the VIP treatment they deserve. According to the American Dental Association (ADA), you should brush your teeth for a full two minutes, twice a day. You should also be flossing once a day, every day. 

Just say no to tobacco. 

Reduce your chance of mouth and throat cancer by quitting tobacco products. Quitting smoking and other forms of tobacco use can be extremely difficult for a lot of people, but there are resources to help you kick tobacco to the curb. It’s one of the most important things you can do for your dental and overall health. And if possible cancer weren’t enough of a reason, remember that smoking stains your teeth! 

Shine up your smile with teeth whitening in Cumming GA. 

Give yourself a fresh look for the new decade with KöR Whitening. This deep bleaching system uses custom trays made here in our office to give you stunning results. We’re proud to offer the best teeth whitening in Cumming GA, so you can show off your stunning smile. You’ll be amazed at how something as simple as brightening your teeth can give you a more youthful look. 

From routine checkups to cosmetic dentistry to periodontal procedures, we’re here to help! Contact us to make your Cumming GA dentist appointment today and give yourself the gift of dental health in 2020.

Smile Bright Like a Diamond: 3 Tips for At-Home Teeth Whitening

Smiling woman on couch with dog and tabletThe holidays are here, and that means lots of sugary treats, rich foods, and teeth-staining beverages, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic. It also just so happens to be one of the most photographed times of the year, with everyone wanting to snap photos at family gatherings, the office holiday party, and get-togethers with friends. So, is your smile photo-ready? If not, don’t worry; we’re sharing some at-home teeth whitening tips to help you smile as brightly as the star on top of your tree. 

How to Whiten Your Teeth at Home

There are lots of ways to get whiter teeth at home, but beware of too-good-to-be-true DIY remedies like salt scrubs (or any other abrasive treatments) or apple cider vinegar (vinegar and other acidic “whiteners” can strip your tooth enamel along with the stains). Instead, opt for these dentist-approved strategies for a whiter smile. 

Choose the right teeth whitening system. 

Here at our Cumming family dentistry practice, we offer KöR Whitening Deep Bleaching, one of the top bleaching systems developed by dental professionals. Dr. Jordan recommends the KöR Whitening system because it combines the aims of cosmetic dentistry with a focus on function and healthy dental practices. 

Starting KöR Whitening is easy; just let us know during your visit that you’d like to whiten your teeth. Dr. Jordan will make molds of your teeth, which are then used to create your own custom teeth whitening trays. This ensures that your trays are not only more comfortable than generic store-bought trays, but will also provide a better result since they will sit perfectly against your teeth. 

During a second visit, Dr. Jordan applies a conditioner to your teeth to prepare them for at-home whitening. You can then take your trays home and wear them while you sleep for 14 days. A final visit is required to complete the treatment, at which time you will see the difference in your beautiful new smile. 

Avoid teeth staining foods and beverages.

Once you’ve started whitening your teeth, try to preserve that hard work as much as possible! Avoid foods and drinks that stain teeth, like: 

  • Berries
  • Coffee and tea
  • Red wine
  • Tomato sauce
  • Beets
  • Soy sauce
  • Balsamic vinegar
  • Dark sodas (cola)
  • Blue and purple fruit juices

Brush and floss like you mean it. 

We know that you know that brushing and flossing are important for good dental health. But did you know that your dental hygiene routine serves another purpose beyond preventing cavities? Daily brushing and flossing are crucial to maintaining a white smile. They remove the bacteria that can cause plaque from your teeth, and get rid of food residue that can cause stains before they set in. 

Are you ready to give yourself the gift of a whiter smile this holiday season? If so, contact us our Cumming GA dentist office and make an appointment today!

Kid’s Toothpastes That Are As Tasty As They Are Good for You

kid smilingDo you have a daily struggle with getting your kids to brush their teeth? Don’t fret, we have your back. Childhood is where we tend to develop good and bad habits, including habits related to our oral hygiene. Dental health is so important to your overall health, and here at Jordan Dentistry in Cumming GA, we put your children and their teeth first! Kids can be picky about hygiene, and there are many things to know about your child’s teeth. Want to keep your kids from spitting out toothpaste before it does their teeth any good? These are the best toothpastes for your child’s health.

Top Toothpastes For Kids

Tom’s of Maine Natural Anti-Cavity Toothpaste for Children (Outrageous Orange-Mango)

  • Tom’s is made of all natural ingredients, so you won’t have to worry about your child ingesting harsh chemicals. 
  • One of the active ingredients is fluoride, which is also known as “the cavity fighter.” Let’s be real, we know kids love sugar. To combat the damage sugar has on teeth, fluoride fights off cavities
  • How delicious does Outrageous Orange-Mango sound? Your kid will LOVE this flavor

Weleda Mint Children’s Toothpaste

  • For all of our sensitive-teeth kids, this one is your best bet. Weleda caters to sensitive gums and overall gum health. 
  • Weleda is great for small children like infants and toddlers. The toothpaste is very gentle, and it also tastes amazing.
  • This toothpaste is also organic! It uses all natural ingredients for your child’s health, with no artificial sweeteners or harsh chemicals.

Colgate Children’s 2-in-1 Toothpaste

  • Colgate is a reliable brand that’s easy to come by. You can find this toothpaste pretty much anywhere, whether you shop at drugstores, grocery stores, or online. 
  • It is approved by the ADA (American Dental Association). 
  • The toothpaste has a dual purpose as both toothpaste and mouthwash, perfect for on the go mornings or lazy kids. 
  • This fluoride-packed toothpaste is clinically proven to combat cavities, while still tasting great with Strawberry or Watermelon flavors.

Natural Dentist Toothpaste Child Sparkle Berry Blast

  • For kids who have braces, this one is a go-to. It helps get rid of plaque in hard to reach places that can build up over time.
  • Natural Dentist contains ingredients such as aloe vera, which helps control cavity-causing bacteria, as well as xylitol, a sugar substitute that gives toothpaste a sweeter flavor without tooth decay. 

We know how hard it is to get your child to brush their teeth, but with these great tasting toothpastes, it will be less of a hassle. Each toothpaste listed can also be found on Amazon to make restocking your cabinets quick and easy. If you need help with taking care of baby teeth, we have you covered. At Jordan Dentistry, we care about your child’s oral health. With these tools, you can provide your child with the best toothpaste for their needs.