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Three Tips On How To Handle A Dental Emergency

We’re all used to routine dentistry. In general, it’s recommended that people see a dentist for regular check-ups and cleanings every six months. During those cleanings, the teeth will usually be inspected, and there may be dental X-rays taken of the teeth to inspect them on a more internal level. Most of the time, the … Continued


Pediatric Dental Care: Debunking 4 Myths And Misconceptions about Children’s Dental Health

Good oral hygiene practices are essential in taking care of your child’s teeth and gums. However, most parents come across a lot of misinformation, which leads to confusion on how best to take care of their kids’ teeth. You may receive lots of unsolicited advice on how to raise your child. Some of the information … Continued


Three Things To Consider When Choosing Your Child’s Dentist

There are a lot of factors for parents to consider when deciding on when to start taking their children to the dentist, as well as who they should take their children to see. The good news is that when choosing a dentist, you can know that dentistry is generally considered to be a highly trusted … Continued


Make Sure Your Kids Love the Dentist by Taking Them to a Fun Kids Dentist

Per the Center for Health and Health Care in Schools, nearly 51 million school hours have been lost annually due to dental illnesses. You certainly don’t want your child to miss school because they are having dental problems that could be painful and damaging to their overall health. Many kids tend to fear the dentist … Continued


What You Should Know About Your Child’s Teeth-Grinding Or Clenching

Kids may be hyper-aware of how other people behave, but they still lack much self-awareness over their own habits. Even adults struggle to notice when they start clenching their own jaw. Children, however, are more likely to grind their teeth than adults so it’s especially important for parents to make themselves aware of the signs, … Continued


How to Break Your Child’s Thumb-Sucking Habit (And Why You Should)

Adorable as it may be to see a baby or toddler sucking their thumb, it’s a habit that you’ll want your child to break as they get older. Some of the issues that could arise with prolonged finger sucking include changes in the mouth or facial structure, a narrow top jaw, or the development of … Continued


5 Signs You Have Found the Right Pediatric Dentists for Your Kids

Unlike adults, children’s teeth are prone to cavities and fractures, with over 40% experiencing dental issues in the pre-schooling age. Visiting pediatric dentists from a young age instills good oral habits in your kids. Are you looking for pediatric dentists? Here is a rundown of the critical factors you should consider. Availability of Equipment The … Continued


5 Reasons Why Your Baby Needs to Visit a Dentist Regularly

Many Americans have no idea that kid’s dental care is just as important as that of an adult. Just because the milk teeth should come out at some point doesn’t mean that you can’t look after them for the time being. The truth is that baby teeth have a huge impact on a child’s overall … Continued


What Should I Do When My Child Loses a Tooth?: The Story of the Tooth Fairy and the Mouse

When a growing child loses his or her first tooth, what should you do with the tooth? In America of course, the parents put it under the child’s pillow for the Tooth Fairy to collect in the middle of the night. On the face of it, the Tooth Fairy seems like a cute but insignificant … Continued


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


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