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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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8 Things To Look For In A Children’s Dentist

8 Things To Look For In A Children’s Dentist

20% of kids aged 5-11 have an untreated decayed tooth. Decayed teeth should never be left untreated. When you have children, it's important to take care of their teeth now. It's good to be proactive to set them up with a healthy mouth for life. To get the best dental...

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When Should a Child Go to the Dentist? The Complete Guide

When Should a Child Go to the Dentist? The Complete Guide

When should a child go to the dentist for the first time? One in six parents believe age four or older is the norm when in fact, a child should have their first dental appointment before no later than their first birthday or within six months of when their first tooth...

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