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Winterize Your Child's Mouth, Teeth and Gums With Doc Bresler's Winter Teeth Checklist
Did you know that cold winter temperatures can affect your child’s mouth, teeth and gums? You can’t put a heavy coat on your child’s mouth to keep it warm and protected from the elements, but when it’s winter and cold outside, preventative care can make your child feel more comfortable with Doc Bresler's Winter Teeth Checklist
- SOS FOR SENSITIVE TEETH
Cold air can make kid’s teeth and gums feel like an “ouchy”! If your child complains about cold weather sensitivity, you want to make sure it’s not because of a cavity. Regular checkups are a must and if a problem persists, schedule an appointment for a checkup.
- TEETH WARMERS
If your child has been playing outside in the cold, coming in and drinking a warm beverage like hot chocolate can warm up their teeth and gums. For walking to school or playing outside, along with that hat and gloves, make sure your child wears a scarf around his or her mouth and neck, which will help keep the cold air out.
Drinking water and staying hydrated will help keep your child’s brain, body, teeth and gums healthy, providing necessary extra moisture. It’s not just cold winter air that steals moisture from their mouth, but hot air heat is a problem, too.
- TOOTHPASTE 411
If your child experiences tooth discomfort or pain after rapid temperature changes, try a different toothpaste and make sure your child brushes twice daily with a soft bristled toothbrush.
- EAT RIGHT
A healthy diet builds a healthier body in cold weather. For stronger teeth, see that your child eats less acidic and sugar-laden foods and drinks, and enjoys colorful fruits and vegetables, nutritious whole grains, lean beef, skinless poultry and fish, dry beans and peas, nuts and calcium-rich dairy products such as yogurt and cottage cheese.
- CHAPPED LIPS
Prevent chapping and cracking at the corners of your child’s mouth by having them drink plenty of water. Try a home humidifier. Use an SPF 15 lip balm to coat and protect a child’s sensitive lips. Our favs are Kiehl’s Lip Balm, Vaseline Lip Therapy and EOS.
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David A. Bresler D.D.S. Inducted into Abington High School Hall of Fame
Abington Senior High School Alumni Association inducted David A. Bresler, D.D.S. as an honoree (posthumous) into the 2017 Abington Senior High School Hall of Fame, in the Science category, on November 9, 2017. The Induction ceremony took place at Huntingdon Valley Country Country Club and Dr. Bresler's plaque was presented to his wife, Sherry Bresler and sons, Dr. Jason Bresler and Dr. Josh Bresler.
The Abington Senior High School Hall of Fame provides role models and strengthens student’s career goals by introducing them to exceptional Abington Senior High School alumni. Since 1988, 90 alumni have been inducted in the Abington Senior High Hall of Fame, with honorees from coast to coast ranging from the Class of 1928 to 2000.
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Honoree Josh Bresler, D.M.D.
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