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July 15, 2024
Dealing with Teething Pain: Tips for Parents

Teething is never a pleasant experience, but it’s an important part of any child’s development. Teething is the process of a child’s “baby teeth” erupting through the gums, and while it is necessary for proper oral and motor development, it can be downright miserable for both the child and their parents. Soothing teething pain is […]

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June 24, 2024
The Importance of Early Dental Care for Kids

Getting that first tooth is a rite of passage for both parents and children, representing a milestone in the child’s life as they begin their journey into toddlerhood. While many parents and caregivers mistakenly believe that a child doesn’t need to start seeing the dentist or caring for their teeth until they are school-aged, proper […]

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May 28, 2024
What Is A Pediatric Dental Emergency?

A pediatric dental emergency is anything that damages the structure of a child’s tooth, causes severe pain of the teeth or mouth, or causes unstoppable bleeding in the mouth. When any dental emergency occurs involving a child, parents are understandably panicked, but it’s important to stay calm and collected. Common Pediatric Dental Emergencies Knocked-Out Tooth […]

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April 25, 2024
Preparing Your Child for their First Dental Visit

Has your infant been more fussy than usual, drooling a lot, or wanting to “chew” on everything in sight? It sounds like it’s time for a tooth to break through! This is an important milestone for your child, as it marks the beginning of a lifelong journey of dental health. First things first…pick up the […]

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March 31, 2024
My Child Chipped a Tooth, Now What?

If you have children, you know that they can be quite accident-prone. One of the accidents almost all children have at some point is chipping a tooth. Whether it’s from an unexpected fall or taking a baseball to the face, chipped teeth are common for children. The most important thing for you to remember when […]

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January 29, 2024
How Often Should a Child Go to the Dentist?

Most pediatric dentists recommend that children ages 12 months and up visit the dentist at least twice yearly. Some dentists recommend more frequent visits. Babies should start visiting a pediatric dentist when their first tooth emerges, usually before 12 months. Benefits of Early Dental Care Children Feel More Comfortable When children visit the dentist early, […]

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