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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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When Should You Schedule a Dental Checkup for Your Baby?

When caring for a young baby, a dental visit is often far from the parent’s mind. Since the baby doesn’t have any teeth, it is easy to assume that regular dental visits won’t be needed for several years. Don’t make the mistake of procrastinating the baby’s first dental visit though, because regular dental care early in life can help the child to maintain a healthy smile into adulthood.
Scheduling the

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Common Habits That Can Ruin Your Child’s Teeth

As a parent, one of your biggest responsibilities is teaching your child about good habits to protect their overall health. When these habits are established during childhood, it is much easier for the child to maintain the good habits throughout their life. Many parents make common mistakes though, because they don’t realize that certain things are impacting their child’s health.
If you want to protect your child’s dental health, then

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What’s a Pulpotomy?

Underneath the exterior of a tooth is a pocket filled with nerves, blood vessels, and connective tissue. This is known as the “pulp” of the tooth. When a tooth has a bad cavity, the pulp of the tooth is exposed. This can be very painful, because the sensitive nerves and tissue are vulnerable. If your child is complaining of a toothache, it might be because he has a large cavity.

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