08Sep
2014
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Smart Snacks for Your Child Dental Health

Smart Snacks for Your Child Better Dental Health

Parents and caregivers can usually easily control their child’s Snack habits while they are at home, but it is a different matter when they are out and about, or at school, and often the temptation of unhealthy but tasty snacks can be too much to resist. A large part of the dental health problem can be down […]

01Sep
2014
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Back To School Dental Care Appointment

Why Do You Need Back To School Dental Care Appointment?

Going back to school is probably the last thing any child wants to think about, but as a parent you can help them prepare. You’re probably used to stocking up on school supplies or perhaps buying them a brand-new wardrobe before they begin their new term, but have you thought about booking a back-to-school dental […]

27Aug
2014
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Kids Dental Anxiety

Tips for Reducing Dental Anxiety and Fear in Children

Regular dental visits are important for keeping your little one’s teeth healthy and strong, and are a great way for you to learn better dental care techniques to look after their teeth in between visits. While some children will visit the dentist without any fear, others find the whole process scary and difficult to cope […]

19Aug
2014
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Teen Want Oral Piercing

Does Your Teen Want Oral Piercings? Learn Why They are So Bad

A Form of Self-Expression Lots of teenagers regard oral piercings as being a great form of self-expression. While these piercings might look cool they can be incredibly bad for oral health. The main reason why this is the average mouth contains millions of bacteria, and while some are benign others aren’t quite so friendly. An […]

12Aug
2014
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Healthy Teen Teeth

Top Tips for Healthy Teen Teeth

Every parent wants their child to grow up with a health and beautiful smile, but according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, tooth decay is the most common chronic disease in children aged between five and seventeen. When children are younger, their parents or caregivers have more control over their eating habits, and […]

05Aug
2014
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Caring for Teeth during Orthodontics

Caring for Teeth during Orthodontics | #KidsOrthoTx

Is your child currently undergoing orthodontic treatment at the Kid’s Dentistry Center? If so then you’ll probably be concerned they keep their teeth and gums as clean as possible at this time. Even though it’s possible that your child will be wearing removable aligners

20Jul
2014
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Bottle Tooth Decay

What is Baby Bottle Tooth Decay? Should I Worry About It?

If you have very young children you may have heard about a condition called baby bottle tooth decay. It’s a condition that should be taken seriously and your pediatric dentist at the Cosmetic Dentistry Center will work with you to help avoid your child developing baby bottle tooth decay. The term refers to tooth decay […]

15Jul
2014
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Thumb Sucking

Is Your Child a Thumb Sucker? What Can Be Done?

Thumb sucking can be a soothing habit, and it is perfectly natural for babies and young children to put their fingers or thumbs in their mouth. Many do so if they are tired, or feel anxious or just bored. Most children will stop sucking their thumb on their own, often while still a toddler.  The […]

25Jun
2014
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dental sealants for kids

Learn Why Dental Sealants Are So Effective

If your child is about to get their adult teeth then their pediatric dentist might have mentioned dental sealants. But what are they and why should you consider them? Dental sealants consist of a very thin plastic coating that is painted onto the chewing surfaces of the molars and premolars. These are the teeth right […]

05May
2014
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Sugary Snacks Feed Mouth Bacteria

Choosing Healthy Snacks for Healthy Teeth

Most of us like to snack, and is often easiest to grab something sugary and sweet that gives us a quick boost of energy. Who hasn’t reached for a candy bar, cookies or chips when feeling hungry? While these snacks may taste good they are not the best choice for your teeth and here’s why. […]

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