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The Definitive Guide to Oral Health [7 EPIC FACTS]

Maintaining good oral health isn’t hard, but common laziness makes it so. This is especially important for children. Parents knowledge is crucial in fighting against bad habits and tooth problem. In this guide, we will discuss the many techniques and tools you and your children will need to maintain your dental health and prevent diseases and bacteria from taking over your mouth.

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Why is a Dentist Not an Orthodontist? [4 Facts]

Dentists and orthodontists both care about the general health of a patient’s teeth. But, these two dental professionals offer different types of services. The professional you visit depends on what type of issue you’re having with your teeth. Consider the difference between these professionals working in the dental field. Also, learn about the services offered by a dentist who serves children.

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8 Reasons Your Child’s [Permanent] Teeth Aren’t Coming In?

When your child finally loses his or her first tooth, it is a joyful moment for both you and your young one. You get to play the tooth fairy, and your child gets to earn a dollar for losing their tooth.

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6 types of [Orthodontic] Emergency

Orthodontics is the scientific method of straightening teeth for either function or aesthetic purposes. However, braces are commonly used as the tool to do so in this practice. For patients who are undergoing a braces procedure, there is a multitude of components that will be placed in their mouth, which include a number of rubber and metal pieces.

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Does My Child Need [Baby Teeth] Removed?

Baby teeth are designed to fall out on their own as your child develops. The first of these teeth typically start to fall out around the age of 6 or 7. Usually doing so in the same order that they came in. While this is a natural process that you usually don’t need to interrupt, there are times when a removal of these teeth needs to occur in order to protect your child’s dental health.

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Pediatric Anesthesia [Dr. Darryl Engel]

It is a parent or guardian’s responsibility to ensure that your child goes through various life experiences smoothly while undergoing the least pain possible. Taking a child to see a pediatric dentist or an orthodontist is often a parent’s worst nightmare. Some parents occasionally wishing they could avoid them altogether due to the pain involved. As a result, pediatric anesthesia has become a popular artificial way of making children insensitive to pain during a visit to the dentist.

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6 Ways to Help [Your Child] Understand the Dental Process

You know the importance of healthy teeth and proper oral hygiene habits, but it is difficult to get your children to understand this, especially if they are timid. If you are like many parents, every time your child is faced with a new and unfamiliar situation, he or she refuses to cooperate and ends up in tears.

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A [Complete] History of the Tooth Fairy

There comes a point in time when your child asks you the inevitable question; “Is Santa Clause real?” you are never really prepared with a proper answer. No sooner have you cooked up one than when they hit you with a follow-up question; “And is the Tooth Fairy real?” Again, you will most likely go with what your gut tells you. After all, no one wants to disappoint their child. But what if she was real? Let us delve a bit into history and find out.

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11 Ways Your Child Can Alleviate Discomfort [with Braces]

For some kids or teens, orthodontics is a sort of right of passage. Braces mean having straight teeth for life and avoiding jaw-related problems that come from poor alignment. No matter the perfect smile your kid will have in the future, though, sometimes the hardware can be downright uncomfortable. Here’s how to help your child alleviate pain.

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10 Foods My Child Can’t Eat [With Braces]?

Even though braces have a great number of advantages, you still have to take the disadvantages into consideration. One of the largest disadvantages your child may encounter while wearing braces is the lack of cuisine they can eat. In this article, we will be going over the top 10 types of food your children will be unable to eat due to braces.

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