Tooth Care Basics for Parents and Caregivers

Posted by on January 3, 2020

Tooth decay is the number one preventable childhood disease. The Center for Pediatric Dentistry is here to help you keep your children healthy and thriving.  Prevention begins with good dental habits, a healthy diet and regular visits to the denti...

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A New Year’s Resolution For Teeth

Posted by on January 2, 2020

Making your child’s oral health care needs should be a priority year round but with New Year’s resolutions abounding, make this the year their oral health “home base” is a priority!Make a New Year’s Resolution for Teeth!...

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Quick Tips for Parents and Caregivers

Tooth Decay: The #1 Preventable Childhood Disease. Pediatric Dentistry of Pleasant Hill is here to help you keep your children healthy and thriving. Prevention begins with good dental habits, a healthy diet and regular visits to the dentist beginning...

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Parents Helping to Promote Successful Dental Visits

Parents Can Help! While most times its best for parents to sit in the waiting area during their child’s dental exams, having parents present during a dental exam can be a huge advantage, especially for new patient exams, emergency visits, and t...

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Our New Solea® Dental Laser

Solea® Dental Laser Pediatric Dentistry of Pleasant Hill is thrilled to introduce laser dentistry to our office using the Solea dental laser. It’s virtually pain free, with no vibration or noise and better yet, with no needles or drills! A Happy M...

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A Child’s First Dental Visit

 Facts When should your child’s first dental visit be? You can take your child at a younger age, but experts recommend taking him or her within 6 months of the first tooth coming in (erupting), or by about 12 months at the latest. At this time...

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Are Silicone Toothbrushes Better Than Nylon?

There is alot of science to keep up with when you’re a parent. Weighing the benefits of silicone toothbrushes to the list, are they worth the hype? More importantly, are they worthy of your child’s pearly whites, or yours? Here’s wh...

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Preventing Obesity in Children and Teens

Obesity in children and teens is a growing problem, according to the American Heart Association. Obesity is associated with several health-related conditions and ailments, including diabetes and heart disease. A child is considered obese when his wei...

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Common Dental Issues for Children

Children’s oral care needs change as they grow and so does the potential dental issues they may encounter. Understanding what common dental issues for children are can go a long way toward helping both your child and you do what is necessary to...

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8 Tips for Toddlers’ Teeth

Keep your child from getting tooth decay by starting his dental care early. Follow these 8 simple tips for toddlers’ teeth to prevent cavities and keep their beautiful smile healthy. Regular Check-ups A child should see a dentist by their first...

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Healthy Lunches For Your Child

Healthy Lunches Many schools provide lunches for their students but packing your child’s lunch is a much healthier alternative.  Being sure to remember that your child’s overall health is at stake. Its hard to make mistakes packing healt...

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Ways to Improve Your Child’s Smile

Part of being a good parent is making sure your children have what they need. Regular dental care is a must for everyone, not just kids. Being sure they learn proper oral care young will help their teeth last a lifetime. Here are some simple tips you...

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