Win an Electric Toothbrush for Kids at Moore Family Dental

02/01/16 COMMENTS 0

FREE Sonicare ToothbrushFebruary is National Children’s Dental Health Month. In support of this, Moore Family Dental is featuring a contest for kids throughout the month of February.

The Contest

Write a story or draw a picture about why it is important to brush your teeth and you’ll be entered to win a Sonicare or Oral-B electric toothbrush! Please print and use these online forms:

Make sure to print your name, telephone number and age on the page. There will be one winner in each age group below. You may email, mail or drop off your submission to us at any time during the month of February. Winners will be announced on Monday, February 29. Good luck to everyone!

Age Groups:

  • 5 and under
  • 6-8 years old
  • 9-12 years old

Feel free to call us with any questions: 716-835-1670

Good Foods for Dental Health

01/14/16 COMMENTS 0

Fluoridated WaterWe have many choices every day regarding the foods we eat. Here are a few foods which can have a positive impact on your dental and overall health.


Water, especially fluoridated water, is the best beverage for maintaining your oral health. That’s because fluoride helps to make teeth more resistant to the acid attacks that can cause cavities. As of 2012, nearly 75 percent of the U.S. population had access to fluoridated water, so drinking water from your own kitchen sink can help prevent dental problems.


Milk, and other dairy products such as cheese and yogurt, are low in sugar, which is a good thing for your dental health. Plus, they contain protein and are full of calcium, which can help to strengthen your teeth.

Lean proteins

Phosphorus-rich foods such as meat, poultry, fish, milk and eggs help to strengthen your teeth and contain valuable protein. These foods also help protect and rebuild your tooth enamel.

Fruits and veggies

Fruits and veggies are an important part of any balanced diet, and they are also good for your teeth. Since they are high in water and fiber, they help to balance the sugars they contain and help to clean your teeth. Chewing also helps to stimulate saliva production, which washes harmful acids and food particles away from your teeth.


Nuts contain protein which help strengthen and protect your teeth. Also, chewing helps to stimulate saliva production, which naturally cleans your mouth. Remember: Not only is a balanced, nutritious diet essential to healthy living, your eating patterns and food choices play an important role in preventing tooth decay and gum disease. You may eat with your eyes first, but your mouth, teeth, and gums are more than just tools for eating.

Contact us with any questions you may have about foods, diet or your dental health.

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