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Celebrate National Children’s Dental Health Month

You might think the month of February is about Valentine’s Day and President’s Day, but there’s another important reason to appreciate the second month of the year: February is National Children’s Dental Health Month! And as you can probably guess from the title, it’s an observance created to raise awareness of the benefits of childhood… Read More »


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The truth about your child’s teeth

Many of the problems your child might have with his or her teeth will make themselves known, and if they’re caught early, those problems can be treated long before they become serious. Here are a few reasons why it’s so important to pay close attention to your child’s teeth: Your child’s enamel isn’t as strong… Read More »


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Baby Dental Care

Caring for your baby’s teeth, by the numbers

Every stage of your child’s life comes with different needs and important milestones. This is particularly true when it comes to taking good care of their teeth. Good dental care begins before your baby pops out that first little tooth bud, and the more you know, the better job you can do (or help them… Read More »


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Root Canal

Sometimes children need root canals. It’s nothing to fear.

You know that your child’s first teeth will fall out eventually and be replaced with permanent teeth. So how important could those baby teeth really be? Those first teeth are actually quite crucial in the proper development of permanent teeth, and shouldn’t come out prematurely. Some children, however, end up with seriously decayed baby teeth… Read More »


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Pediatric Dentist

Your teen and your pediatric dentist

Most teenagers enjoy telling their parents that they are not children anymore. They use this statement for a multitude or purposes related to the strong desire to make their own decisions and have more personal freedom. These years can be challenging, but ultimately, you kids are learning to take care of themselves and lead the… Read More »


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