Taking Your Child to The Dentist

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If you want your child to have a healthy smile, it’s important to set good dental habits early in life, and part of that is helping them to used to the idea of visiting the dentist. Your child’s first dental visit should be within six months of getting their first... Read more »

Is My Child in Danger of Fluorosis?

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Fluorosis is a condition in which white or brown streaks appear on a child’s baby teeth or adult teeth. Fluorosis is caused by too much fluoride in a child’s system. It only affects teeth that have not erupted, and once your child’s teeth have come in, they will no longer... Read more »

Fall Fact Finder: Hazardous Food Avoidance

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Is your smile ready for the holidays? With Halloween just around the corner, it is important to make sure your teeth and gums are well prepared for any potential tooth hazards that can arise. Not only may you be tempted by excessive amounts of sugar with numerous products this holiday... Read more »

Are You Informed about Thumb Sucking?

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Although thumb sucking is generally seen as a common routine that children have, it can be a serious problem, and lead to severe oral health defects, including misalignments and slow growth of the permanent teeth. Thumb sucking can also cause malocclusions and other spacing issues that arise from the constant... Read more »