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How to Clean Baby Teeth

The minute you held that little baby in your arms, you knew that your life was about to change forever. All of a sudden, your world had completely shifted. You’d been tasked with the awesome responsibility of bringing this life up in the world. That’s a lot of weight on your shoulders! As your child…

Can You Brush Your Teeth Too Much?

Many parents deal with the issue of having children that don’t remember to brush their teeth. This is quite common, and there’s a myriad of ways you can help your child achieve improved pediatric oral care through better brushing. However, there’s another problem that’s little discussed but can be an issue nonetheless. Did you know…

Choosing a Pediatric Dentist vs General Dentist

Congratulations! Your baby’s first tooth just popped out! Your little ones grow so quickly, it’s easy for their milestones to sneak up on you. However, when the time comes to take your child to the dentist for the first time, research in advance what type of practice is best for your family. Whether their children…

How to Prevent Tooth Decay in Children

A child’s oral health must be protected from birth through adolescence and into adulthood. Unfortunately, many children develop tooth decay early in life – a condition that can progress into serious oral health problems. Tooth decay occurs when when bacteria in the mouth begins to eat away at teeth. In order to avoid tooth decay…

Your Child’s First Dental Visit

Children should visit the same dentist consistently – preferably a pediatric dentist who specializes in the oral health of children and adolescents. Early childhood dental visits help a child acclimate to the dental environment and become comfortable with his or her oral care provider. By attending appointments on a regular basis, children learn to put…

Children’s Oral Health Tips

How to Maintain Dental Health for Kids Your child’s mouth, jaw, and teeth are ever growing and changing. In fact, children’s oral health needs are often far greater than an adult’s due to the rapid changes that occur between birth and adolescence. Rather than trust just anyone with your children’s oral health care, look to…

Composite Fillings (Tooth-Colored Fillings) for Children

More than half of children over age six have some degree of tooth decay. When cavities are left untreated, they can lead to pain, infection and even tooth loss. Fortunately, pediatric dentists can fill cavities to prevent them from worsening or causing complications. Modern dentistry has made it possible to fill cavities discreetly using tooth-colored fillings, also…

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