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Dental Emergencies

Although dental injuries and dental emergencies are often distressing for both children and parents, they are also extremely common. Approximately one third of children have

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Mouth Guards

Mouth guards, also known as sports guards or athletic mouth protectors, are crucial pieces of equipment for any child participating in potentially injurious recreational or

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Bonding

Dental bonding is a dental procedure in which a dentist applies a tooth-colored resin material (a durable plastic material) and cures it with visible, blue

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Sealing Out Tooth Decay

Tooth decay has become increasingly prevalent in preschoolers. Not only is tooth decay unpleasant and painful, it can also lead to more serious problems like

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Flouride

Fluorine, a natural element in the fluoride compound, has proven to be effective in minimizing childhood cavities and tooth decay. Fluoride is a key ingredient

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Pediatric Treatment

Infants to adolescents are the primary patients of pediatric dentists. Pediatric dentistry used to be called Pedodontics. According to the American Dental Association (ADA), pediatric

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Tongue Piercing

There has been an upsurge in the amount of teenagers getting tongue piercings. Teenagers often view these piercings as a harmless expression of their growing

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Tobacco Use

Tobacco use is one of the leading causes of death in society. Fortunately, it is also among the most preventable. Aside from being a sociably

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Sippy Cups

Many pediatric dentists believe that frequent, prolonged sippy cup use contributes to toddler tooth decay. Sippy cups are an excellent tool to help ease the

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Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

Maintaining the health of primary (baby) teeth is exceptionally important. Although baby teeth will eventually be replaced, they fulfill several crucial functions in the meantime.

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Eruption of Your Child’s Teeth

Pediatric dental offices usually provide games, toys, and educational tools in a colorful, child-friendly environment. Pediatric dentists must receive extensive child psychology training, and their

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Good Diet For Teeth

A child’s general level of health often dictates his or her oral health, and vice versa. Therefore, supplying children with a well-balanced diet is more

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How To Prevent Cavities

Children around the world experience cavities, also called “childhood tooth decay” or “childhood caries.” The primary causes of these cavities are poor dental hygiene and

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