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What Do Fluoride Treatments Do for My Child?

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Pediatric DentistryThe mineral fluoride is naturally present in many foods as well as in water, rocks, and soil. Because it helps to prevent cavities, fluoride is produced synthetically and added to drinking water and oral health products like dental floss, toothpaste and mouth rinses. A form of fluorine, fluoride protects your child’s teeth against tooth decay by strengthening enamel, the protective outer layer of teeth.


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When Tooth Extraction is the Best Option

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Tooth Extraction for KidsDentists will do everything possible to save a tooth and extraction is always the last resort. However, there are occasions when pulling a tooth is the only option, and this applies to children as well as adults because baby teeth are subject to the same issues as permanent teeth.


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Taking Your Special Needs Child to a Pediatric Dentist

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Special Needs Children's DentistKids can often get fretful ahead of and during a dental visit, and taking a special needs child to a pediatric dentist can be particularly stressful, for both the youngster and parents. Choosing the right pediatric dentist is important for all parents but if your youngster has special needs it’s absolutely vital.


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Why Should Children Get Early Orthodontic Treatment?

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Pediatric Dentist that performs orthodontic treatmentAs a parent, you may think orthodontic treatment is only appropriate for older kids and as they progress into their teens. However, orthodontic care at a young age can provide multiple benefits for your youngster.


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The Dos and Don'ts for Your Growing Baby’s Teeth

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Pediatric DentistryYour growing baby’s teeth need the same care and attention as their adult counterparts. Although baby teeth are temporary, they play an important role in laying the foundation for good future oral health by reserving space for the permanent teeth to come in. Baby teeth are also crucial in speech development and facial structure.


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How to Get Your Baby Through Teething

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Dental Care For InfantsThe teething process is often a distressing time for babies and parents alike. Teething usually starts when a baby is about six months old, although teeth may start to emerge through the gums sooner – even before birth – or as late as a child’s first birthday.


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Good Oral Health Habits for Your Children

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Good Oral Health Habits for Your ChildrenGood oral health habits are essential for your children to prevent issues such as tooth decay and gum inflammation.

Although baby (primary) teeth will eventually fall out, they play a major role in enabling youngsters to eat and speak properly, and in maintaining facial structure and reserving space for permanent adult teeth.


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