Should You Choose Sedation or Anesthesia for Your Child?

If your child experiences dental pain and/or infection, it may require treatment! And that means your child will need to use sedation or even general anesthesia! The reasons why may vary, like your child being afraid, they may need alot of work done ...

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Parents Beware of Bottle Mouth Syndrome

Parents should be aware of Bottlemouth syndrome. It is a special form of tooth decay in very young children, caused by prolonged exposure to milk or sugary liquids. Your child  may be at risk for bottlemouth syndrome if they take bottles of milk or ...

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Tips to Improving Your Child’s Smile!

Your child’s smile is part of the first impression they make on people. All parents want their children to have bright, happy smiles, but how can you help improve your child’s smile? As a parent, there are lots of pediatric dentistry tips that yo...

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Childhood Dental Visits Are Important!

Childhood Dental Visits The sooner children begin getting regular dental checkups, the healthier their mouths will stay throughout their lives. Early childhood dental visits help prevent cavities and tooth decay, which can lead to pain, trouble conce...

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Tooth Care After Halloween

Halloween is over and like many of us there is still candy floating around everywhere we turn. It may be hard to steer clear of those bite-sized treats but here’s some ways you can minimize tooth decay and really perform tooth care after Hallow...

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BeWaRe of MoUtH MoNsTeRs

Halloween is known for monsters! Most people aren’t aware aware of the Mouth Monsters though! The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD), the leading authority on children’s oral health, wants to help everyone avoid the Mouth Monsters...

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A Healthy Halloween for Your Kids

This Thursday is Halloween. Your children will be getting bags of candy! Parents be sure to be prepared ahead of time and share these plans with your kids so they know what to expect. Setting limits for your kids to ensure their mouth health is optim...

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Common Questions About Your Children’s Teeth and Oral Healthcare

We all have questions at some point when it comes to caring for our children’s teeth and oral healthcare. Here are some common questions and answers we get from parents about that! What should I do if my child has a toothache? When your child c...

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Why Pediatric Dentistry?

There is never, not a good time to start practicing good oral hygiene.The sooner you start the better your oral health will be as you age! Pediatric dentistry ensures your child’s primary teeth will stay healthy and free of decay and other dent...

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Commonly Asked Questions

Caring for your child’s teeth is an important part of being a good parent. It can seem daunting at times. And, for new parents, even more so! But with some quick questions answered, it should make the process a whole lot easier! Here are some o...

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How Safe is Anesthesia in Dental Procedures for Children?

Guidelines The current guidelines when providing deep sedation or general anesthesia in dental procedures to children from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry for dentists and oral surgeons was upd...

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Facts About Teething Babies

Posted by on October 9, 2019

When do babies start teething, anyway? And does the arrival of teeth come with all of the fevers, cries, and sore gums that everybody says? Here’s what to expect with teething babies. When Do Babies Start Teething? You should expect the first t...

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