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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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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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KinderSmiles Pediatric Dentist and Orthodontist [New Website]

Oradell, NJ – KinderSmiles Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics has just re-launched their website. This time, new and improved, with an interface that is more user-friendly. Their new website now holds more information than the former version. KinderSmiles is a pediatric dental office started by Darryl Engel, DMD and Adam Schulhof, DMD in 2003, specializing in providing various services to children of all ages.

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Is Tooth-Whitening Recommended [For Children & Teens]?

Whether to improve self-esteem or just adjust their looks, children and teens may want to get a whiter smile. Though a tooth-whitening session may be what your child seeks, the procedure isn’t as simple for younger patients. Is it safe for them to go down this route?

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Full Range of Pediatric Services [Kinder Smiles NJ]

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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At What Age Do Baby Teeth [Normally] Fall Out?

When your child loses their first tooth, it is almost like a rite of passage to be visited by the tooth fairy and be gifted for the pain and trouble the little tooth caused. After all, these kinds of sweet moments in your child’s life have them cherish their childhood forever. However, you may wonder what time the tooth fairy has to come out and around what age baby teeth normally fall out?

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