Dental Place

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Dental Place
Dental Place is listed in the Dentists category in Westborough, Massachusetts. Displayed below is the only current social network for Dental Place which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Dental Place on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 65.

Dental Place offers Dentists services in Westborough MA.

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An interesting article about chewing gum. You'll see that in the 1930's, Wrigley's was sending free sticks of gum to children turning 2 years old, stating that it will help their teeth stay healthy. Of course, this was part of a marketing campaign. The truth is, there's no truth behind this claim, especially considering that all gum at that time (1938) contained sugar. Furthermore, gum is not recommended until the child is old enough to understand that gum should not be swallowed. This is more like 5 years old, certainly not 2 years old as Wrigley's stated. Read more here! https://www.nytimes.com/2017/04/05/well/family/is-chewing-gum-good-for-toddlers-or-anyone.html?_r=1
In the early 1900s, Wrigley pitched its products as being good for children’s teeth.

February was national Children's Dental Health month, but we are always working to educate kids on proper dental care! http://ow.ly/r75W30a9DNj
In honor of the occasion, our hygienist, Sarah Doherty, had the pleasure of spending some time with the students of The Learning Center of...

Dental Place Westborough shared The Aardvark's video.
It's not just humans who have check ups!

Did anybody visit the Museum of Science over vacation week? We thought you would like to see our favorite dinosaur! Flossoraptor! #funnyfriday http://ow.ly/zI2d309kED8

Dental Place Westborough shared Fine Motor Boot Camp's video.
Dental Health Month Activity! We made "mouths" out of white Legos, then used a black dry erase marker to color "cavities/plaque" on the teeth (white Legos). The kids had to scrub the marker off using toothbrushes, then "floss" in between the teeth using a flosser. They LOVED this activity and even started drawing "braces" on the teeth. It was great to build fine motor skills and language. #finemotorbootcamp #finemotorskills #dentalhealthmonth #earlychildhoodeducation #homeschoolmoms #ashaigers #slpeeps #preschoolteacher #preschoolactivities #toddleractivities LEGO LEGO Education