Dr. James T. Cox, III, DMD, Dr. Dallas J. Kunkel, DMD and the team at Cox Family Dentistry are pleased to provide professional and caring dental services to their patients from Anderson SC and the surrounding communities. Our dental services include: adult, children's, cosmetic, family, general, preventive and restorative dentistry.
Understanding Your Dental Plan
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Below is an excerpt from an article found on Colgate.com that was written by Sher Warkentin
Maintaining good oral care during the holidays can be tough with the bombardment of sugary sweets all season. Counting down to Christmas with an advent calendar is a fun activity for your kids, but if they are filled with chocolate and sweets, it won't be so great for their teeth. Check out these simple sugar-free ideas to fill your countdown instead.
Holiday Activity Fun Fill your child's countdown with special moments that they will cherish all year round. For each day of the month come up with a fun holiday activity that you can do together as a family. Some ideas include: watching a holiday movie, going ice skating, building a snowman and looking at Christmas lights. Write down the activity on a slip of paper and tuck one note into each day of your advent calendar.
A Puzzling Treat Give your child a fun challenge with a customized puzzle. Draw a picture or write a special message on a bl…
Below is an excerpt from an article found on Colgate.com that was written by Katriena Knights
Enamel is the hardest substance in the human body, and is therefore vital to the health of your teeth. Not everyone's is the strongest, though, and still others have teeth without enamel at all. Without enamel to protect the softer interior parts of your teeth, they can't stand up to the stress of natural biting and chewing. These abnormal developments require special care and treatment.
Enamel Hypoplasia Teeth can come in without enamel as a result of inherited issues or because of exposure to certain substances while the teeth are erupting. Baby teeth and permanent teeth can both emerge with enamel that is weak, improperly formed or missing altogether. One of these conditions is enamel hypoplasia, which literally means "underdeveloped enamel." A disorder that causes the teeth to develop with thin, deficient enamel, it sometimes manifests as a pit in the tooth ñ or even a hole…