Children

WaterLase Offers Stress-Free & Gentle Pediatric Dentistry

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WaterLase Dentistry is a gentler and more precise treatment option for your child’s dental needs. Gentle & Precise With Waterlase The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recognizes the use of lasers in dental procedures for infants, children, adolescents, and people with special health care needs. WaterLase laser energy quickly removes cavities with pinpoint accuracy –…

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Caring For Your Baby’s Teeth

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The eagerly awaited first tooth arrives! Such an exciting time for new parents. That first tooth usually appears between the ages of six months to one-year old. Over the first three years of your baby’s life, a full set of 20 primary tooth will usually erupt starting with the top and bottom front of their…

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Thumb Sucking & Your Child’s Teeth

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Thumb sucking is a very natural and common way for babies to self-soothe. Even as newborns, roughly 90% exhibit some form of hand sucking only two hours after being born.As babies begin to explore more and work to make sense of their world, they try to put pretty much everything in their mouths. Hands are…

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February Is National Children’s Dental Health Month

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The best habits are formed early! The American Dental Association (ADA) celebrates February as National Children’s Dental Health Month. By providing quality care for children’s dental needs and health education to parents and children from the youngest of ages, we can instill a life-long appreciation for maintaining good oral health. Schedule routine check-ups. If it’s…

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Toys For Tots Program Brings More Than Toys!

Since 1947, Toys for Tots has been delivering hope and spreading joy. Throughout its history, over 272 million children have been supported with the caring distribution of 604 million toys throughout all 50 States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands! But there’s even more to the Toys for Tots program than you…

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Make Oral Healthcare Fun For Kids

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Caring for our health is a vital part of our well-being – taking care of yourself is an important lesson for children to learn at an early age. By making oral health care fun from the start, you can support your child in creating good habits that will last a lifetime. Healthy teeth and gums…

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Teething Symptoms & Soothing Baby’s Discomfort

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It’s a word that often strikes fear in the heart of new parents. Teething. It’s an uncomfortable phase that each baby experiences differently. There are certain signs of teething to look out for to help guide you in providing extra comfort during your baby’s teething process. When Do Babies Start Teething? The usual age for…

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February Is National Children’s Dental Health Month

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The best habits are formed early! The American Dental Association (ADA) celebrates February as National Children’s Dental Health Month. By providing quality care for children’s dental needs and health education to parents and children from the youngest of ages, we can instill a life-long appreciation for maintaining good oral health. Schedule routine check-ups. If it’s…

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