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Tips for Sending Your Child Back to School with a Healthy Smile

Tips for Sending Your Child Back to School with a Healthy Smile

Posted Aug 21st, 2019 in Child Dentistry

The first day of school tends to sneak up on you unexpectedly. You have the best intentions to have everything planned and ready well in advance and the next thing you know it is the last week of August! Whether you are sad to see...

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How to Make Teething Less Painful for Babies

How to Make Teething Less Painful for Babies

Posted Aug 7th, 2019 in Child Dentistry

Your baby goes through many changes in a short period of time. It can be overwhelming learning to read their cues so you can keep them comfortable and happy. When it comes to teething, it can be frustrating for both you and your baby....

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Monitoring Your Child's Teeth for Bite Problems

Monitoring Your Child's Teeth for Bite Problems

Posted Jul 24th, 2019 in Child Dentistry

Your child will begin to teethe between 6 to 8 months. It is a long process, usually beginning with their lower central incisors and progressing until about the age of three, when their molars will appear. Between the ages of 6 to 8,...

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What Are Chalky Teeth?

What Are Chalky Teeth?

Posted Jul 4th, 2019 in Child Dentistry

Your child’s adult teeth are designed to last a lifetime. With the proper care, however, there are many factors that can negatively affect their dental health. A little-known challenge that some children face is hypomineralisation,...

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The Difference Between a General Dentist  and a Paediatric Dentist

The Difference Between a General Dentist and a Paediatric Dentist

Posted Jun 28th, 2019 in Child Dentistry

All dentists are qualified to care for your oral health. But when it’s time to start taking your child to the dentist — which should be by their first birthday — many parents are uncertain whether their family dentist is the right...

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From Tooth Eruption to Permanent Teeth: What You Need to Know About the Developmental  Cycle of Your Child’s Smile

From Tooth Eruption to Permanent Teeth: What You Need to Know About the Developmental Cycle of Your Child’s Smile

Posted Jun 14th, 2019 in Child Dentistry

The journey to getting a complete set of teeth is a fairly long one, taking between 15 and 25 years from birth to when your wisdom teeth — or third molars — set in. While most parts of the body are fully formed at birth and continue...

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The Ins and Outs of Children’s Diets: Tooth-Decay Causing Foods and Healthy Alternatives

The Ins and Outs of Children’s Diets: Tooth-Decay Causing Foods and Healthy Alternatives

Posted May 24th, 2019 in Child Dentistry

Maintaining good oral health in children starts with a healthy diet. That means making sure that they get the nutrients they need, without damaging their teeth.

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Not A Myth: The Lasting Effects of Tooth Decay in Baby Teeth and How to Avoid Them

Not A Myth: The Lasting Effects of Tooth Decay in Baby Teeth and How to Avoid Them

Posted May 9th, 2019 in Child Dentistry

Learn about the effects of tooth decay on baby teeth, a problem that kids face in their formative years most and see how you can protect your kids against it.

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When to Take Your Child to See an Orthodontist

When to Take Your Child to See an Orthodontist

Posted Apr 10th, 2019 in Child Dentistry


High-quality orthodontic care is key in the quest for healthy teeth and gums. Children can greatly benefit from the expertise of an orthodontist, who can help you address a number of issues before they become more severe.

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Questions to Ask Your Pediatric Dentist

Questions to Ask Your Pediatric Dentist

Posted Apr 2nd, 2019 in Child Dentistry

It’s never too early to instill good habits when it comes to oral hygiene. One of the best ways to ensure your child’s teeth remain strong and healthy is to schedule regular check-ups with a pediatric dentist.

Because a...

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