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7 Reasons to Choose a Pediatric Dentist

7 Reasons to Choose a Pediatric Dentist

Dentists like all medical professionals offer a wide range of services and areas of expertise. In fact, specialized dentistry covers many different areas including Orthodontics, Periodontics, and Pediatrics to name but a few. Because some areas of dentistry require additional education, it is often best to request treatment from a specialist. For example, it’s always […]

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Different Types of Pediatric Sedation Techniques for Kids

Different Types of Pediatric Sedation Techniques for Kids

A trip to the dentist can be nerve-wracking for even the most confident adults. So it’s no surprise that so many children are also terrified of sitting in the dentist’s chair. Check-ups, cleanings and fillings can certainly be an uncomfortable experience for youngsters. Despite your best efforts to ease your child’s fears, sometimes pediatric sedation […]

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Dental Care for Everyone: Children With Autism

Dental care for children with autism

If you have a son or daughter on the autism spectrum, you’ll know that taking them to the dentist can be a challenge. Sitting in the dentist’s chair is already a terrifying thought for many children. With all the odd-looking tools, loud drilling noises, and the sterilizing smell of medical solutions, sensory issues can certainly […]

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Your Child May Be Making This Toothpaste Mistake

Chances are you have been raised to brush your teeth twice daily. You have been told about the importance of fluoride in your toothpaste as well as the benefits of receiving a fluoride treatment provided by your dentist once or twice a year. As a parent, you do everything you can to ensure your children […]

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When Should I Take My Child to the Dentist?

Everyone wants to have a beautiful smile. While some people have the privilege of having a naturally beautiful set of teeth, others need assistance from the dentist to straighten their faces. Teeth and jaws straightening requires specialists called orthodontists. Orthodontists recommend that parents introduce their children to a dental service in infancy. When you introduce […]

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Signs Your Toddler Has A Dental Emergency

Knowing what is considered a dental emergency can mean the difference between a quick recovery or risking long-term damage to your child’s teeth. Here are some signs your toddler has a dental emergency: If a Baby Tooth Has Been Knocked Out Your child’s tooth being knocked out is an easy one. But it typically isn’t […]

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5 Home Remedies For Teething Babies

If you’re looking to provide immediate pain relief for your teething baby and don’t know what to do, there are a few simple solutions that can help them fall asleep faster. Here are five home remedies for teething babies: Baby Teething Remedies At Home A Clean Finger The simplest solution is your finger. Make sure […]

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How Can Parents Prevent Tooth Decay?

How Can Parents Prevent Tooth Decay

Parents and caregivers can actually do a lot to prevent tooth decay in their children. There are two primary causes of tooth decay: poor diet and poor dental hygiene, both of which parents and caregivers have a lot of control over. While genetic factors can also play a role in the development of tooth decay […]

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