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Ages 0-3

Your child’s first primary or “baby” teeth will begin to erupt between the ages of 6 – 12 months. They will continue to erupt until about age 3.

Tooth Decay is a Disease

Tooth decay is a disease that  is caused by bacteria and damages or breaks down the enamel of our teeth.  Our enamel is the strong, outer layer of our teeth that provides the best protection against the harmful acids that

6 Ways to Reduce your Child’s Sugary Snacking

know the limits: when choosing a snack, keep an eye on added sugar and sweeteners such as corn syrup and fructose. the truth about juice: juice is high in sugar and calories.  The American Academy of Pediatrics suggest completely avoiding

Fun Teeth Facts!

* it takes 17 muscles to smile BUT 43 to frown! * the average person produces a quart of saliva daily! *like our finger prints, everyone's tongue print is different! * tooth enamel is the hardest part of our bodies,

How To Help Your Child With A Sucking Habit

Most sucking habits will stop before the age of four. Continuous thumb or pacifier sucking can cause problems with proper growth and tooth alignment. How often, how long and the intensity of sucking usually determines if dental problems will result.

How To Prevent Early Childhood Tooth Decay

Your child’s first primary or “baby” teeth will begin to erupt between the ages of 6 – 12 months. They will continue to erupt until about age 3. During this time, your child’s gums may feel tender and sore. To

Help Your Child Overcome Fear of the Dentist

To a young child, and many adults as well, a trip to the dentist can be a daunting, if not traumatizing experience. However, regular dental visits are recommended at least twice a year once children cut their first teeth. Since