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  • Our Top Blogs of 2023

    Our team enjoyed researching these topics and writing about them for our readers.  We hope you found them educational, insightful and informative. If you have any topics you’d like us to write about in 2024 let us know.  Happy New Year and we look forward to seeing you soon! FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS WHEN LOOKING FOR A NEW PEDIATRIC DENTIST Choosing a pediatric dentist for your ...

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  • Nurturing Little Smiles: Pediatric Dental Care Tips During the Holidays

    The holiday season is a magical time for families, filled with joy, laughter, and cherished traditions. Amidst the festivities, it's crucial to pay special attention to the oral health of our little ones. With an abundance of sweet treats, late nights, and a break from the usual routines, it's easy for children's dental care to slip through the cracks. In this blog post, we'll explore essential pe...

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  • Frequently Asked Questions When Looking for a New Pediatric Dentist

    FAQs to ask a Pediatric Dentist Choosing a pediatric dentist for your child is an essential decision that can significantly impact their oral health and overall well-being. It's important to find a dentist who not only provides quality dental care but also creates a positive and comfortable experience for your child. To help you navigate this crucial decision, we have compiled a list of freque...

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  • Benefits of Back-to-School Dental Checkups for Kids in Elementary, Middle and High School

    Back-to-school dental checkups are beneficial for kids at all school stages, including elementary, middle, and high school. This article will detail the specific advantages of these checkups for each stage. Elementary School Early Intervention: Detecting dental issues early in elementary school can prevent them from becoming more severe and affecting your child's overall health. Oral H...

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  • 8 Fun and Educational Oral Hygiene Activities for Kids at Home

    As parents, we all know how challenging it can be to get our kids excited about brushing their teeth and maintaining good oral hygiene habits. However, instilling these habits early on is crucial for their dental health and overall well-being. The good news is that oral hygiene doesn't have to be a mundane task; it can be turned into a fun and educational experience for kids right at home. In this...

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  • The Bitter Truth: How Sugar Can Impact Children’s Teeth and Cavities 

    Maintaining good oral health is crucial for overall well-being, especially during childhood. As parents, it’s essential to understand the potential harm that excessive sugar consumption can cause to our children’s teeth. This blog post will delve into the relationship between sugar, tooth decay, and cavities, shedding light on the importance of instilling healthy dental habits in our kids. ...

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  • 19 Steps to Prevent Your Child From Getting Their First Cavity

    Ensuring your child's teeth and oral health are well taken care of is essential as a parent, especially as your child's teeth are developing. According to WeschesterGov.com, more than 80% of children will have at least one cavity before they finish high school. If you are a parent concerned about your child's oral health, there is preventative care that can help reduce the risk of developing cavit...

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  • How Long Should Your Child Be Brushing Their Teeth?

    The issue of how long your child should brush his or her teeth might have an answer that's easy to quantify, but putting it into actual practice as a parent can certainly be difficult at times. It's not uncommon for kids to not always like brushing their teeth. Sometimes, no matter what a parent does, children resist brushing their teeth. They come up with a bunch of excuses, try to delay, or refu...

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  • Why You Should Take Your Children to The Dentist

    As a parent, you are probably always on the lookout for ways to ensure your kids are staying healthy. One essential thing you can do is help them maintain proper dental hygiene practices. Taking your child to the dentist and helping them maintain healthy teeth is crucial and can considerably impact your child's life for years to come. At a young age, children need to learn that healthy teeth and g...

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  • Best Teething Toys for Babies

    The teething stage can be a very rough and difficult phase for parents and babies alike. The constant crying, the discomfort, the feelings of frustration, and helplessness can be a lot to bear. As a parent, it is completely normal to want to do everything within your power to relieve your child's discomfort and help them sail through this painful and uncomfortable period, with ease. We under...