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What Foods Are Best for Your Child’s Teeth?

Good dental health starts early in life. Regular brushing, flossing, and a healthy diet are key strategies for ensuring that your child’s teeth and gums are as healthy as they can be. The food we eat is closely related to our dental health because certain foods cause plaque buildup and cavities–while other foods keep teeth healthy and strong. Teaching your child about the importance of healthy foods for keeping their

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Tips for Choosing a Pediatric Dentist

Parents often feel overwhelmed by all of the decisions that need to be made for the health of their children. Not only are you planning meals and supporting their growth and development, but you also need to consider their health.
Visiting the dentist regularly sets a foundation for overall health and wellness. It has been found that healthy teeth and gums are connected with many other systems in the body.

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Does Your Child Need Fluoride Treatments?

The enamel surface of the teeth helps to block bacteria that cause tooth decay, but over time this enamel can become damaged. If you want to help your child maintain good dental health, then you need to focus on the activities that will protect tooth enamel. Fluoride treatments offer an effective way to strengthen the teeth and reduce the risk of tooth decay.
How Does Fluoride Affect Tooth Enamel?
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How to Teach Your Child Good Dental Habits

Whether your child has their baby teeth or the permanent teeth have started growing in, it is essential that you dedicate the time that is needed to teach your children good dental habits. We are committed to providing your child a good education about dental health, and we invite you to contact our children’s dentists anytime for more information about dental health.
Start Early in Life
Don’t wait until your

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When Do Children Need Sealants for their Teeth?

Prevention is best when it comes to the health of your family, and it is important that you are proactive to teach your children about good dental health. Even if your child is brushing and flossing regularly, it is possible that they might experience tooth decay at some point or another. There are a few things that you can do to prevent the decay and keep your child’s teeth in

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