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Do They Make Dental Crowns Just for Kids?

Do They Make Dental Crowns Just for Kids?

Kids' dental crowns protect fragile teeth and enhance youthful smiles. Two common dental problems in kids are damage from tooth decay or a dental injury, such as a chipped or cracked tooth. Both of these problems can be troubling for parents, but thanks to dental...

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5 Science Experiments for Kids Related to Teeth

5 Science Experiments for Kids Related to Teeth

Using Engaging Science Experiments to Teach Your Child When it comes to your child’s oral health, one of your major tasks as a parent is teaching them about the importance of a great oral hygiene routine and integrating this routine into their day. Getting your child...

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Zirconia Crowns vs. Porcelain Crowns: A Comparison

Zirconia Crowns vs. Porcelain Crowns: A Comparison

Zirconia dental crowns can protect your child's smile. If you've recently discovered that your child needs a dental crown to protect a damaged or weakened tooth, you might have some questions about material options. Silver amalgam, composite, and porcelain are all...

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Why Do Children Get Cavities?

Why Do Children Get Cavities?

Parents do whatever they can to protect their children’s overall health and well-being. But sometimes, despite our best efforts, things happen. If you’re wondering about cavities in children and why your child, in particular, seems to be getting multiple cavities, you...

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Pediatric Dental Health: Secrets of a Pediatric Dentist

Pediatric Dental Health: Secrets of a Pediatric Dentist

Oral Care Tips From a Pediatric Dentist When it comes to your children, every good parent knows it’s better to be proactive than reactive. We caution our kids against climbing the next-door neighbor’s big elm tree, limiting screen time in the hopes of encouraging more...

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Preparing Your Child (and Yourself) for a Dental Procedure

Preparing Your Child (and Yourself) for a Dental Procedure

Make dental visits enjoyable for your child. Many parents and children have different connotations of the word “dentist.” For some parents, the word “dentist” can mean more than just cleanings. It means fillings, cavities, and sometimes apainful dental procedure....

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6 Fun Ways to Get Your Kids to Brush and Floss

6 Fun Ways to Get Your Kids to Brush and Floss

How to Teach Your Child to Get Excited About Oral Hygiene Like taking a bath or eating their veggies, getting your kid to brush and floss on their own can sometimes feel like you’re pulling proverbial teeth. While you know to expect occasional resistance as a parent,...

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It’s OK to Not Have All the Answers

It’s OK to Not Have All the Answers

Collaborating With the Unknown: Resources for Parents While platitudes like “the only constant in life is change” may be true, they can hardly bring comfort to the reality of the daily challenges parents are experiencing. Indeed, most parents already felt pressure to...

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Is Breastfeeding Supposed to Hurt?

Is Breastfeeding Supposed to Hurt?

How to Relieve and Prevent Painful Breastfeeding Dealing with breastfeeding difficulties can feel incredibly stressful, frustrating, or overwhelming. In addition to coping with discomfort or pain, you may feel like you are in some way to blame or worried that your...

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