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How do Dentists Handle? (a Squirmy Toddler)

Visiting the dentist is not just scary for squirmy toddlers or kids – it is often quite scary for adults too! In fact, more than one-third of people nationwide report feeling fearful of going to the dentist. But you don’t want your toddler growing up feeling fearful of the dentist’s chair! The best way to make sure this never happens is to take your toddler to the right pediatric dentist who knows just how to handle squirmy/fidgety toddlers and ease their fears.

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What is the Truth of Baby Teeth? (A Timeline)

 
What is the truth of baby teeth? It’s absolutely exciting to watch your child grow up. From the first crawl to that first little step, every little progress seems like such a huge milestone. As parents, we can not help but remain in awe and lowkey keep an eye out constantly to make sure everything is happening at the right place.

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

You know the importance of dental health 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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Dentist, Endodontist or Orthodontist? {FACTS!}

A Dentist, Endodontist or an Orthodontist? Being a parent is a huge responsibility! There is so much to learn, and every aspect of your child’s health and development feels equally important. Of course, you went through it all as a baby yourself, but you sure don’t remember, it now!

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Your Home is a Child Tooth Injury Nightmare (7 FACTS)

Over 50 percent of children sustain some type of injury to the tooth in their lifetime. These injuries are more common among boys 2-4 years of age, and boys and girls between the ages of two and three. Injuries more are common among these age groups because this is the age when motor coordination is developing. In addition, children in this age group are more active and involve themselves in rough play. Falls, fights and sports injuries are the most common causes of tooth injuries in children at home.

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All The Facts on Teething (EPIC LIST)

The appearance of a baby’s first few teeth are momentous occasions for parents, but the pain caused by erupting teeth usually makes babies very cranky. Cutting and growing milk teeth is not a pleasant experience, and babies express their pain and discomfort by becoming more irritable. Babies may manifest a lot of symptoms while they’re cutting and growing teeth, but they’re not always due to the process of new teeth coming through.

Your tiny bundle of joy may develop many viral illnesses during their first year of life, so symptoms of these ailments may coincide with those caused by new teeth. Your new arrival is a source of joy and excitement, so parents do their best to make things better when the baby’s not feeling well. There are many ways to help babies feel more comfortable and ease their pain, but be prepared for lots of fussiness and sleepless nights in the interim.

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Pediatric Dental Care & Chronic Health Conditions (7 FACTS)

Children with chronic health conditions need more dental care. As our little ones grow, it is extremely important to maintain proactive dental regimens. For healthy children, this is an easy task, but for kids who suffer from chronic health conditions, it can be much harder to do. A chronic condition can be anything that is a permanent and on-going health problem for the child. It is a blanket term that covers a variety of illnesses and health issues, not only for kids but adults as well. Asthma, heart defects, cystic fibrosis, Downs Syndrome, and cerebral palsy are all examples of a chronic health condition.

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Full Range of Pediatric Services [Kinder Smiles NJ]

UPDATED 29-7-18

If you are the parent of a child, then bringing her or him to a dental facility at a young age is better than waiting until she is an adolescent. Experts recommend beginning dental checkups when a child has her first tooth. During this first examination, you can walk around the dental facility to permit your child to see the different areas, machines, and dental team. When your child sits in the dental chair in a pediatric facility, she will notice everything. All things,  including the odd odors from the mouth rinses and cleaning supplies.

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What Training Does A Pediatric Dentist Need? ( 5 EPIC ANSWERS)

What kind of training do pediatric dentists need? Any dentist can treat a child as long as they hold their general dentistry license. To become a specialist in the field, they will need additional training as well as more education. There are other steps that must be taken as well. It takes quite a bit of training, education and the right combination of skills and temperament to be a good pediatric dentist.

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8 Reasons Your Child’s Permanent Teeth (Aren’t Coming In)

UPDATED 17-08-18

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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