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4 Things You Can Do to Keep Your Children's Dental Development on Track

After spending much time and expense to keep your kids healthy, you're probably well-acquainted with your family physician. Similarly, you should be just as chummy with your family dentist: Read More

A Minor Procedure Could Help an Infant With This Nursing Problem

Newborns come into the world eager and ready to partake of their mother's milk. But an anatomical quirk with some infants could make breastfeeding more difficult for them. The structure Read More

Sealants Can Prevent Childhood Cavities Now and a Bite Problem Later

Even with dedicated daily home care and regular dental cleanings, some children still have problems with cavities. And, that could morph into an even more serious problem in the Read More

Fluoride Treatments Give Your Child Added Protection Against Cavities

When it comes to helping your child avoid tooth decay, it's all hands on deck. Tooth decay can not only harm their current set of primary teeth, but the Read More

This Minor Dental Procedure Could Make Breastfeeding Easier for an Infant

Breastfeeding is nature's way of providing complete nourishment to a newborn in their first years of life. It can also have a positive impact on their emerging immune system, Read More

Topical Fluoride Could Boost Your Child's Avoidance of Tooth Decay

Tooth decay is perhaps the biggest danger your child's teeth can face. Not only can it rob them of primary teeth now, but the loss of teeth at this Read More

Keep Your Child's Fluoride Intake at a Safe but Effective Level

Fluoride is an important part of your child's dental development. But if children take in too much of this important mineral, they could experience enamel fluorosis, a condition in Read More

Here's What To Do If Your Child Complains of a Toothache

Perhaps the only thing worse than having a toothache of your own is when your child has one. Tooth pain can be a miserable experience, especially for children. It Read More

New Studies Show: Sealants Could Help Your Child Avoid Tooth Decay

Your child could hit a speed bump on their road to dental maturity—tooth decay. In fact, children are susceptible to an aggressive form of decay known as Early Childhood Read More

Sedation Can Help a Child Receive Needed Dental Care Now and in the Future

You have a wonderful pediatric dentist who's great with kids. Their dental office is a children's wonderland with cheerful colors, toys and a staff that tries to make things Read More

Reducing Your Child's Dental Anxiety Now Could Benefit Them for a Lifetime

If you're a parent, raising kids can be a great adventure. It can also rev up your stress meter in a heartbeat. One area in particular can give you Read More

Instill These Habits in Your Child for a Lifetime of Great Dental Health

As a parent, you strive to instill good habits in your children: looking both ways for traffic, doing chores or washing behind the ears. Be sure you also include Read More

3 Ways to Help Your Child Relax at the Dentist

Regular dental visits are an important part of teeth and gum health at any age, including young children. But the clinical nature of a dental office can be intimidating Read More

Make Your Baby as Comfortable as Possible During Teething

Your sweet, good-natured baby has seemingly gone from zero to grumpy overnight. The reason is simple: They’re teething. Teething is a natural process in which a baby’s first teeth (primary Read More

3 Reasons to See a Pediatric Dentist

Your baby is turning one year old—and it's time for their first dental visit! Both the American Dental Association (ADA) and the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend your child Read More

A Minor Procedure Could Make Breastfeeding Easier for You and Your Baby

The American Academy of Pediatrics and other healthcare organizations recommend breastfeeding as the best means for infant feeding. While bottle feeding can supply the nutrition necessary for a baby's Read More

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