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How to choose the right pediatric dentist

Some parents believe their children do not need to see a dentist until the little ones start school. Other parents wait until the child complains of tooth pain. However, dental professionals recommend that children should begin getting dental checkups before starting...

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A Plan For Fewer Cavities

If you had a lot of cavities as a child you will definitely want to do all that you can to see to it that your children fare better. A home regimen of daily brushing and yes, flossing is a step in the right direction but it has to be followed up with regular...

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Healthy Food Can Taste Good Too

As your kids get older it gets harder to keep track of what they eat and drink over the course of a day. School lunches may not always provide the foods and drinks that you would prefer they have and there’s no opportunity to brush afterward. The best way of seeing to...

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Children Are Also At Risk

Most parents have become aware of the importance of taking their child to see a pediatric dentist at the early age of one year and following up with regularly scheduled six month appointments. The first visits are basically meant to get the child used to the...

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Make It Fun

Telling your kids how important it is to brush and floss and visit the dentist every six months may not be all that it takes to grab their interest. Your pediatric dentist or hygienist will be able to give you some tips on how to encourage kids to actually look...

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Teenagers May Be Risking Their Oral Health

A lack of interest in taking care of their teeth and gums is only one of the issues that teenagers may face when it comes to their oral health. It is only normal that young people don’t realize the need for good oral health habits for long-term results, they tend to...

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Grab Their Attention

Teaching by example is often the best way to get through to children. Good oral health habits, for instance, are often passed down from parents and older siblings to the younger family members. When young children see someone that they admire brushing their teeth and...

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Healthy Alternatives

The incidence of childhood tooth decay and obesity in the US is extremely high and we can place the blame in part, on the fact that so many of the pre-packaged snack food and drinks that our kids consume are chock full of the sugar and fats that contribute to these...

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Injuries May Occur

Every phase of childhood comes with its own specific challenges and risks. Studies have shown, however, that playground or sports field injuries, and falls are the most common causes of mouth injuries in particular. Risks of falling increase if the child has something...

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