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My Child Knocked Out a Tooth While Playing Sports – What Do I Do?

According to CNBC, more than $800 million could be spent on dental emergencies resulting from Halloween. And while cracking a tooth on a hard candy is certainly a real possibility, pediatric dentists know that it’s not the only dental emergency parents should be aware of. Springtime has arrived, and that means kids are finally free … Continued


Top 6 Reasons Why You Should Visit a Pediatric Dentist

Ensuring that your children have excellent dental hygiene is one of the most critical health concerns that you should address in your family. Dentists for children are already available, so why not make use of their services? Here are six great reasons to take your child to a pediatric dentist as early as possible. 1. … Continued


3 Fun Ways for Parents to Teach Their Kids’ Good Oral Hygiene

It is upon parents to teach their kids good oral hygiene while they are still young, to ensure that the kids maintain good dental habits, even in adulthood. However, most of the kids, for one reason or the other, do not like to brush their teeth, and will often find the funniest reasons not to … Continued


Why Dentists Advise Against Using Pacifiers

Kids dental care is a little bit more complex than dental care for adults. This is largely because it’s not as straightforward. Some people don’t even realize that small children need to go to the dentist in the first place. Just because your child only has a few teeth, however, doesn’t mean that dental care … Continued


How Children of All Ages Benefit From Pediatric Dentistry

If you have young children, you might be wondering when the best time is to take them into the dentist. Many parents underestimate the importance of pediatric dentistry, waiting until children are older to begin regular visits. However, by the time children enter kindergarten, nearly 40% have already developed dental cavities. This statistic helps illustrate … Continued


3 Dental Problems To Be on the Look-Out for in Your Child

  As a parent, you are charged with looking after your kid’s health. Unfortunately, unlike adults’ teeth, kids’ teeth are more prone to dental problems. Dental cavities, one of the most prevalent dental issues, affect over 40% of children before they get to kindergarten. Common Dental Problems Among Kids and How To Prevent Them Although … Continued


The Importance of Pediatric Dentistry

Dental health is important no matter what age you are; however, pediatric dentistry can play a profound roll in helping your child maintain a lifelong healthy mouth. While everyone should have a check-up with their dentist every six months, the age in which children should begin this routine is age one! That may sound too … Continued


How Your Pediatric Dentist can Keep You and Your Child At Ease During the Visit

Taking your preschooler to a child dentist is important as it helps secure their future dental health. During the visit, developing issues such as cavities can be identified before they become problematic. The parent also learns about oral hygiene and problems to watch out for as the baby grows. The American Dental Association recommends going … Continued


What New Parents Should Know About Taking Their Kid to the Dentist

Becoming a parent is one of the most rewarding things that can happen to you, but it also requires you to learn a plethora of new information. Bandaging up scraped knees, reading bedtime stories, and learning how to balance life as a parent is all standard protocol. There is, however another aspect of parenting that … Continued


What Are Dental Emergencies and How Can Parents Prevent Them?

When we think of the word medical emergency, our minds automatically imagine a painful physical injury — a broken leg or twisted ankle, perhaps. But most parents know what to do in case of an emergency. Your first reaction will likely be to drive over to the nearest emergency room to have a licensed doctor … Continued


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