Your oral health is determined by far more than just your brushing and flossing habits. Even the most diligent oral hygiene in the world cannot undo the damages caused by the constant consumption of sugary beverages, sticky breakfast pastries, and other ultra-sweet, empty-calorie foods. Maintaining a healthy, nutrient-dense diet is a critical part of nourishing, supporting, and caring for your teeth. In this post, we’re going to show you a quick guide to healthy gums and teeth. Let’s get cracking.
If your child has started to lose their baby teeth, you should begin to see the eruption of their permanent teeth. This is usually a joyous occasion. But, it’s possible that one or more of their permanent teeth won’t come in like they’re supposed to. Which can make for a stressful situation. There’s also the possibility that a permanent tooth could fall out because of an accident or injury. In any case, it’s important to know what to do if your child is missing one or more permanent teeth.
Dr Engel holds a speciality license in pediatric dentistry from New Jersey and New York. He also has attained sedation certification, which allows for in-office oral sedation options, and he’s on staff at Hackensack University Medical Center. As an attending pediatric dentist at HUMC, Dr Engel retains operating room privileges, allowing for an array of treatment modalities and anaesthesia options.
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