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What to Know About Sedation Dentistry for Kids

What to Know About Sedation Dentistry for Kids

Between 50% and 80% of adults in the US have some degree of dental anxiety. Over 20% of dentally anxious patients avoid seeing a dentist regularly as a result. Avoiding the dentist could lead to a greater need for more extensive treatment in the future.  Helping your...

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How to Find the Best Child Dentist for Your Kid

How to Find the Best Child Dentist for Your Kid

Over 40 percent of children ages two to 19 have cavities. With this startling statistic comes the responsibility of parents to promote good oral hygiene. This means taking your child to a pediatric dentist regularly. The only question is: how do you find the right...

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6 Dental Care Tips to Teach Your Children

6 Dental Care Tips to Teach Your Children

Is your child new to taking care of their dental health? For the first few years of their life, you're the one that brushed their teeth. Now that they're old enough to do it on their own, are they ready? It's hard to remember, as an adult, that brushing your teeth...

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How to Prevent Cavities in Children: A Parent’s Guide

How to Prevent Cavities in Children: A Parent’s Guide

Parenting is one of the most challenging tasks ever given. There's a lot that comes with raising a happy and healthy child. One of the many things a parent must keep an eye on is good oral health for their children. Unfortunately, cavities in children are quite...

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Toddler Cavities: Signs to Watch Out For

Toddler Cavities: Signs to Watch Out For

Cavities are common in children in the US, with 42% of children between the ages of 2 and 11 having tooth decay in their primary teeth. If you are worried that your toddler is experiencing pain in his or her mouth, it is possible that they could have a cavity. How do...

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Why Children Grind Their Teeth in Sleep and How to Prevent It

Why Children Grind Their Teeth in Sleep and How to Prevent It

During sleep, your child may do many things that he or she may be unaware of doing. Some children grind their teeth in sleep. This is a phenomenon known as sleep bruxism.  Per the latest statistics, two to three out of every 10 grind their teeth in sleep. This is not...

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How Sedation Dentistry Can Help With Kids’ Anxiety

Being afraid of the dentist is one of the top recorded phobias. It stands in the way of many people getting proper dental care. Most dental procedures today are not that difficult, but it only takes one fearful experience to create a nervous reaction. This fear of the...

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6 Questions To Ask When Looking For A Dentist For Kids

6 Questions To Ask When Looking For A Dentist For Kids

Did you know that 1 in 5 children between the ages of 5 and 11 have at least one untreated tooth decay? If your child is suffering from untreated cavities, it can lead to issues with speaking, eating, playing, and even learning.  In fact, children with poor dental...

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