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11 Facts and Myths in Pediatric Dentistry | MOMS EPIC FUN READING

Pediatric dentistry. Facts and myths in pediatric dentistry. As a parent, it is important to begin dental care early. So that your child has an opportunity to build a relationship with their pediatric dentist that makes going for exams and cleanings a positive experience. However, it is common for parents to have many questions about their child’s oral health. Things such as decayed baby teeth and dental emergencies are all new experiences that generate situations that require relying upon an expert. As you develop your child’s care plan, use the answers to these questions to guide your decisions. In this post, we’ll show you facts and myths in pediatric dentistry. Let’s get doing. 

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Dry Mouth and your Child in 2020 | AMAZING FACTS FOR MOMS

Many times, people can gargle twice a day, floss after each meal, get routine dental cleanings, etc. And even though many of these people are dedicated to keeping a healthy mouth and fresh breath, they still can encounter bad breath and other conditions due to having a dry mouth known as xerostomia. In this post, we’ll show you why you get dry mouth and how to combat this common issue. Let’s get cracking.

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The Superhero Guide to [Beating Sensitive Teeth]

As parents, it is only natural to be concerned with our children’s health and wellbeing. Of course, their oral health is no exception. Similar to adults, children are susceptible to cavities, decay, gum disease, and other dental problems that can cause their teeth to become sensitive. Also like adults, tooth sensitivity can make routine tasks like eating and drinking exceedingly painful for young children.

 

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11 Ways Your Child Can Alleviate Discomfort [with Braces]

For a child or teen, 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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