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What is the Best Age to Begin Dental Visits?

By Children's Dentistry, Dental Visit, Oral Health

Parents are often unsure about when a child’s first dental visit should take place. Should you wait until they have all of their baby teeth or maybe not make that appointment unless there is a problem? The experts say neither. That first visit should happen much sooner, and it can accomplish some important things for your child.  The Timing of Your Child’s First Dental Visit According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and the American Dental Association, a child’s…

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Healthy Snacks That Make Kids Happy

By Children's Dentistry, Oral Health

Proper dental care for your kids goes beyond daily brushing and flossing. It’s also important to maintain a healthy diet that is rich in low-sugar, nutritious foods. While kids might not be thrilled with a plate of raw celery sticks or broccoli, there are plenty of healthy snacks you can provide that are also appealing and tasty.  Snack Foods to Avoid When you choose snack foods, keep a close eye on the sugar content. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration…

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My Child Won’t Brush Their Teeth!

By Children's Dentistry, Oral Health

As adults, we brush and floss our teeth regularly because we understand the value of good oral health and the consequences of failing to do this. But what about your kids? Every parent understands that it can be challenging to get your child to brush their teeth as a matter of routine. If this is your current struggle, you’re certainly not alone. Here are six ways that you can encourage your child’s oral health and regular brushing. 1. Start Them…

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Avoid These 3 Common Dental Problems Facing Children

Avoid These 3 Common Dental Problems Facing Children

By Children's Dentistry, Oral Health, Oral Hygiene

As soon as a child’s first tooth erupts, it is time to start instilling good oral hygiene habits to avoid developing serious dental problems when they are older. Follow your dentist’s advice to keep up with regular check-ups to improve your child’s chances of preventing dental problems and avoid developing the three common dental problems children face. Tooth Decay Tooth decay leading to cavities is the most common problem among children and youth in the United States. According to the…

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