What to Expect at Your Child’s First Dental Visit

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When you take your children to the dentist for a first visit, you’re helping them grow up feeling comfortable with visiting the dentist, and to establish good oral hygiene habits that will last a lifetime.   …

Set the Stage for a Lifetime of Good Oral Hygiene with Toddlers

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A healthy mouth is an important part of your overall health and wellness. Good oral hygiene begins in early childhood and sets the stage for a lifetime of oral health. Helping your child learn good …

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Losing Baby Teeth: What to Expect

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It seems like only yesterday your child’s baby teeth began poking through – and now they are starting to fall out. One by one over the next few years those baby teeth will be replaced …

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Delayed Tooth Eruption: What to Expect

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Teething is tough on parents and babies. All of a sudden your baby went from relatively happy and peaceful to agitated and fussy. No matter what you try, nothing seems to help. And then the …

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How to Choose the Best Pediatric Dentist

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Is your child afraid to go to the dentist? Dental anxiety is normal for children. It manifests in many different ways from crying fits, refusing to get in the car when it’s time to go, …

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How Do You Calm Children’s Dental Fears?

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Is your child afraid to go to the dentist? Dental anxiety is normal for children. It manifests in many different ways from crying fits, refusing to get in the car when it’s time to go, …

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Why Fix Baby Teeth If They Are Going to Fall Out?

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It’s a common misconception that many people believe: baby teeth don’t matter because they’re going to fall out anyway. This myth guides parents in the decisions they make about their children’s dental care—they may bring …