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Help Your Child With the Dental Process (6 SUPER WAYS)

It is difficult for children to understand the importance of dental health. but, especially if they are timid. Sometimes your child, faced with a new and unfamiliar situation find themselves scared. In this post, we’ll show you 6 ways to help your child understand the dental process. Dental visits are not so bad after all. Let’s get into it.

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Help Children Remain Cavity-Free (5 TRICKS AND FACTS)

A cavity? Let’s face it, there is nothing more joyous than a toothless grin from a child. Many children bear smiles with fillings to maintain the tooth’s health after decay. For children, baby teeth are thinner than those with adult or permanent teeth. Prevention is important. In this post, we’ll lay out how to help children remain cavity-free. Let’s get going.

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What is a Pulpotomy? (5 EASY READ FACTUALS FOR MOM)

What is a Pulpotomy? Pained children are the worst for a parent. Helpless and unsure how to go about helping the youngling in their time of need. When it comes to tooth pain, our memories of our own pains rekindle. We rush to the dentist and hope the expert can remedy it. There are many oral issues to deal with and a good dentist will spot the issue right away. If your dentist has advised your child needs a pulpotomy, you will have questions for sure. In this post, we’ll give you a rundown on what is a pulpotomy and how to go about it.

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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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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. So read on to find out why is a Dentist Not an Orthodontist?

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Your Child’s Mouth Explained | SUPER FUN FACTS in 2020

As parents, we try our best to protect our children’s oral health and learn tips to preserve it. However, without actually knowing how the oral cavity operates and how essential it is for various oral functions, we cannot adequately understand the importance of oral health. In fact, some of the oral cavity facts regarding kids might catch us by surprise. But once we’re in the know, we can enforce a better oral routine at home. In this post, we’ll take you through some weird and wonderful facts about your child’s mouth. Let’s get cracking.

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Emergency! (Are My Teeth Supposed to Move Like This?)

Emergency, are my teeth supposed to move like this? When your child feels self-conscious about their smile, you want to do everything possible to ensure that this does not become a lifetime reality for them. Orthodontics can do a world of good for your child’s smile. And is something that you’re going to find to be helpful in a variety of ways. This is why it is a good idea to make an appointment for your child to be seen by an orthodontic professional specializing in pediatric care so that you know they are getting a treatment plan designed specifically for them.

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