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The type of food and drink we consume on a daily basis has a Huge impact on our dental health. On average we consume double the recommended daily amount of sugar. Another challenge is coffee drinks that taste yummy but are not the best for...

How to Choose A Pediatric Dentist Many of us remember those days when a child would kick and scream on the way to dentist’s office. Parents had to use all kinds of “bribery” to make our child cooperative during the dentist office visit. Well, thankfully, for...

Are you worried about scheduling a dentist appointment for your children? Are you curious about ways to maintain their healthy teeth? Here are several ways you can keep your child’s teeth in check: Floss Regularly: Is your child one of the many who only brush? Don’t fall...

When should a child brush teeth alone? As parents, we all get excited when we can see our children start to be independent and want to take care of their own personal things like brushing their teeth. When it comes to your kid’s teeth, you should...

There is no doubt that our hygiene has a very strong connection to our health. We can avoid and resist a great number of illnesses by keeping our bodies clean. When we raise our children, it’s extremely important to teach them proper hygiene habits. What’s...

Have you finished your orthodontic treatment? That’s an achievement! You put a lot of determination and time to have a beautiful smile. Now you need to make sure that your efforts will last a lifetime – wear a retainer. Your retainer will keep your teeth...

Baby teeth, also known as primary, milk, or deciduous, are the first twenty teeth your child has. By the time your child reaches his/her third birthday, all of them should be present. But in just a few years, around age 5-6, he’ll start losing these temporary...

Our teeth is just a small part of our body, but they and our gums, are more important to our health than many of us realize. Without teeth is impossible to chew. Which means no more crunchy fresh fruits and vegetables, and no nuts – these...

All parents want to know that their kids peacefully sleeping at night, smiling in their sweet dreams. But some parents instead of easy breathing of their children hear the harsh sounds of gnashing and grinding teeth. It is not a rare condition. Expert say that...

Did you know that about 1 in 2000 babies are born with teeth? These teeth are called a “natal teeth”. If your baby is not one of these rare babies, he or she most likely will experience teething some time in the first year of...

Periodontal disease in children - is a serious bacterial infection. It destroys the gums and supporting structures of the teeth. It is also called gum disease. The main cause of periodontal disease is the buildup of plaque on the teeth. Plaque contains bacteria that sticks...

Sports drinks have been on a market for decades. They started as a way to help athletes re-hydrate after robust exercise, but later they’ve gone mainstream. Nowadays you can find them side by side with sodas and fruit juices on grocery store shelves and at...

Many believe that cosmetic dentistry is only for adults, this is not so. There are pediatric dentists that specialize in this dental health area keeping in view the fact that children with dental deficiencies may require such treatment. Though some argue that that children are too...

Thumb sucking is a normal habit that we see in many infants. When babies suck on a thumb or pacifier they derive a sense of comfort and pleasure out of it. In some babies this habit is formed even before birth that is why parents...

You don’t have to keep your wisdom teeth in order to have a beautiful, healthy smile. Furthermore, if left unattended, they can cause a lot of problems in the future: they can emerge in an angle, may crowd the mouth and not fully emerge. That’s...

The veneers are probably the fastest way to a beautiful smile, and this treatment is the perfect solution for the people with cosmetic dental problems. That’s surely explains the tremendous popularity of dental veneers over the last 30 years. With the increase in popularity of...

Here we have prepared a list of short dental health facts that you and your child must know. Dropping of such little knowledge can sensitize children on importance of their dental health. An Englishman William Addis first developed modern tooth brush in 1700s. He attached...

We all find healthy white teeth attractive, but, unfortunately, sometimes our kids’ teeth not as white as we would like them to be. Below we will look into some reasons why children’s teeth might be yellow and stained, and offer some solutions for this problem. Reasons...

It is a common misconception that children do not need to visit the dentist until their secondary or permanent teeth begin to emerge. It may seem unnecessary to care for teeth that will just fall out, however, caring for primary teeth serves as a foundation...

Although dental care continuously improving, millions of Americans suffer tooth loss. According to National Center for Health Statistics more than 36 million Americans do not have any teeth, and 120 million people in the U.S. are missing at least one tooth. The most common cases...

Since the variety of at-home teeth whitening products constantly growing, pediatric dentists more often than before hear the question: ”Is teeth whitening safe for my child?” To answer this question we will look into different aspects of the problem of yellowish teeth. As adult teeth are naturally...

Wisdom Teeth: do you really need to remove them? Traditionally wisdom teeth called “wisdom” because they erupt later in life, between the ages 17 and 21. They are a third set of morals in your mouth. Usually adults have four wisdom teeth, one in each of...

Sure, you, like most of our patients, take a good care of your teeth in general: brush them twice daily, floss, and rinse with good fluoride mouthwash. You visit your dentist on a regular basis and overall satisfied with your oral health. How is it...

Friends, schoolwork, and catching up with sleep - that's an everyday reality for millions of teens. Dental care and dental hygiene often move far down in the teens' priority list. It's not easy to find those two minutes to brush teeth properly when you already...

We all want our kids to be physically and socially active. We want them to have a healthy lifestyle. We encourage them to participate in different sports and are happy when they enjoy it. Whether a child loses or wins a game, no parent wants...

Nearly 90 percent of all foods have in them sugar and starches that enable the bacteria to produce acids. If bacterial acids active 20 or more minutes they most likely will lead to loss of tooth mineral and to tooth cavities. Other dental diseases that...

Children love to smile. Most of them do. They smile when they feel good about their teeth. Healthy smile helps them feel more confident in school, on playground, on a sport field. Sometimes kids smile needs just a little help to make their smile even...

Each child responds in a different way to a dental visit. Some feel absolutely comfortable; others are frightful in the unfamiliar situation. To help a child have successful dental visit and complete needed treatment, pediatric dentists use a wide variety of methods. A children’s dentist chooses...

Fluoride is a natural mineral found throughout the earth's crust and widely distributed in nature. Some foods and water supplies contain fluoride. Fluoride is often added to drinking water or toothpaste in order to reduce tooth decay. Fluoride is efficient in preventing cavities and tooth decay...

Almost 52 million school hours were missed annually between school age children due to dental problem or visit with 116 hours missed per hundred children. Children with dental problems can’t perform to maximum potential in their studies. Children with healthy teeth have better attendance and achieve...

When a baby is born he or she brings so many joyful moments into his or her parents’ life. We commemorate the many “firsts” in our baby’s life such as first steps, smiles, sounds, words, teeth and so on! Our child’s cuteness is unmatched with...

At least 4 million preschoolers suffer from tooth decay -- an increase of more than 600,000 kids in the last decade. "Children now have much more sugar in their diets at an early age," says Paul Casamassimo, D.D.S., professor of pediatric dentistry at the Ohio...

While the majority of parents are fully aware about the importance of good primary teeth (also known as baby teeth, temporary teeth and milk teeth) care, some still ask: “Why do we need to treat them if they will fall out anyway?” To answer this, we will...

Very few parents can say that they managed to brush their toddler’s teeth without any resistance. Only some parents can describe the process of brushing and cleaning their baby’s teeth as a smooth and an easy one. Most will call the procedure difficult and challenging....

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