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The Best Pediatric Dentist Practices

July 12, 2017

Your kids are the most precious thing in your life, so choosing the best pediatric dentist is crucial to their care and wellbeing. We know that choosing the right dentist is important to you, so we have compiled a list of the qualities to look for in the best pediatric dentist in your area! 5 …

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Do Habit Breaking Appliances Really Work?

June 22, 2017

There are many discussions surrounding how long it takes to form a habit. Some say 21 days, while others argue it could take up to two months of repetitive behavior before something sticks and a habit develops. Ask a toddler or young child though and their answer is likely to be they were born with …

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Teaching Oral Hygiene for Kids

June 19, 2017

Anyone with children will tell you kids will make every effort to help you maintain your youth. Blame it on the candy or the toys or the animated movies, but having children encourages you to revisit the inner kid we all have inside of us. However, while everything is fun and games for a little …

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What are BPA Free Sealants?

May 26, 2017

A sealant is a plastic material that is placed over the pits, fissures and contours of the chewing surfaces of teeth. They are designed to keep more bacteria out of those nooks and crannies by “sealing out” food and plaque to help prevent cavities, especially in those hard-to-reach areas that children sometimes struggle with. A …

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When Should You Choose a Sedation Dentist for Your Child?

May 17, 2017

A visit to the dentist should always be positive and worry-free. However, it can be difficult when your child is nervous or fears trips to the dentist. This fear can manifest in the form of stress or anxiety that often hinders a child’s experience. If your child has multiple cavities or requires more extensive dental …

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