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Special Announcement for Raeford Patients

Dear Friends, Since the beginning, it has been our goal to cultivate an outstanding relationship with each and every one of the children and parents that walk through our doors. Our commitment to you has always been focused on listening to your questions, understanding the needs and concerns of your children, and working with you, the parents, as a team. Southern Smiles has always provided the families of Raeford with the highest quality of pediatric dental care, convenient Saturday hours, and access to ... Read more
Strawberry Kiwi Smoothie for teeth

Strawberry Kiwi Smoothie – A Recipe For Strong, Healthy Teeth

Keep your smile bright and your teeth healthy! Just like your bones, your teeth stay strong when you consume enough calcium and vitamin D. Milk, Strawberries and broccoli are all foods that can help prevent trips to the dentist. Enjoy this Strawberry-Kiwi Smoothie to get some cavity-fighting nutrients. Refreshing and easy to make, one serving provides almost twice the amount of vitamin C you need for an entire day! Consume tooth-strengthening calcium and vitamin D from the milk in this strawberry smoothie. During ... Read more
Toothpaste

Do Whitening Toothpastes really work?

The effectiveness of whitening toothpastes on your teeth will depend on why they don’t look white in the first place. Whitening toothpastes chemically or mechanically help to remove stain on the tooth surface. There is no evidence they can whiten teeth from internal discoloration. The only whitening agents in toothpastes are abrasives that help rub off stains from coffee, tea, or red wine for example. If you believe your teeth are not as white as they should be, Southern Smiles Pediatric ... Read more
How Food Affects Teeth

Do You Know How Food Affects Your Teeth?

We all know it’s good to brush your teeth at least twice a day. It’s even better to brush after eating, but unfortunately most of us don’t have the time for that. Cavities form as a result of tooth decay. Tooth decay is caused by the acidity in foods. Acidity levels, also known as pH levels vary by the type of food and drink. Take a look at the pH Level chart to see if what you are eating and drinking ... Read more