Halpern & Halpern

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Halpern & Halpern
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Columbia Smiles Family Dentistry shared Rubler and Halpern Orthodontics's post.
Very interesting! It appears that the first dental filling was done as far back back as 13,000 years ago: https://www.newscientist.com/article/2127300-oldest-tooth-filling-was-made-by-an-ice-age-dentist-in-italy/
A pair of 13,000-year-old front teeth show that ancient dentists used bitumen mixed in with plants and hairs to create rudimentary fillings

Columbia Smiles Family Dentistry shared American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry's post.
If we're going to start using floss for cooking, it should be available in additional flavors besides mint.
Finally, a use for all that dental floss.

Columbia Smiles Family Dentistry shared American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry's photo.
Did you know that cheese is one of the healthiest snacks for little teeth? It provides calcium and disrupts the development of cavities.

Columbia Smiles Family Dentistry shared DentistryToday's post.
Food can have a significant impact on oral health. But gender and residence also play key roles. http://www.dentistrytoday.com/news/todays-dental-news/item/1808-gender-and-residence-may-play-a-greater-role-in-oral-health-than-diet
Diet and sex interact to lead to oral health outcomes, something that often has been overlooked among populations transitioning from hunting and gathering for food to agriculture.