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18May
2016
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Tooth Decay Treatment - Help Your Child Enjoy a Healthy Smile

Tooth Decay Treatment – Help Your Child Enjoy a Healthy Smile

Dental caries might be common but it isn’t inevitable, and with the correct tooth decay treatment it is possible to banish it completely. (Read also: What are the best ways to prevent cavities?).  If you have a very young child then you are ideally placed to help them enjoy all the benefits of having a healthy […]

27Jan
2016
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Do Kids with Baby Teeth Need Early Dental Visits?

Do Kids with Baby Teeth Need Early Dental Visits?

This is a question we hear quite often as some parents and caregivers are confused about just when a child begins to need early dental visits. There is a common misconception that baby teeth, because they are not permanent, don’t really require much looking after, let alone professional dental care at the Kids Dentistry Center. […]

29Dec
2015
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Pediatric Cavities Treatment: Halting Tooth Decay

Pediatric Cavities Treatment: Halting Tooth Decay

In an ideal world where preventing cavities always works, every child we see here at the kids Dentistry Center, would have healthy and decay-free teeth. Unfortunately many children will get at least one cavity during their lifetime and there is a variety of pediatric dental treatment options which will help to save the affected tooth. These can […]

15Dec
2015
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Why Your Kid Should Avoid Eating Sugary Foods

Why Your Kid Should Avoid Eating Sugary Foods

Most parents and caregivers try to get kids to eat snacks and foods that are good for their bodies and which contain all the essential nutrients. However this is not always so easy, particularly with so many TV commercials advertising sugary foods, and it’s likely that not all their friends have a tooth friendly diet. […]

24Nov
2015
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Childhood Caries and Passive Smoke Exposure

Childhood Caries and Passive Smoke Exposure

Childhood caries is a particular problem in developed countries with a rate of 20.5% in children aged between 2 and 5 in the United States. There is a number of very effective ways for parents and caregivers to reduce the risk of early childhood tooth decay in kids. Prevention methods commonly used at the Kids Dentistry Center include restricting […]

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