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Brie Bella Shows Off Her Six-Month Old's Baby Teeth on Instagram

If you're aiming for adorable camera shots, nothing beats baby photos. Even the tough guys among us can't resist oohing and ahhing over pics of their friends' and families' Read More

Why Early Dental Visits Could Brighten Your Child's Dental Health Future

By the time your child reaches their first birthday, they may have only a handful of primary teeth. So, should you schedule their first dental visit or wait until Read More

How to Ensure Your Child's Teeth and Gums Stay Healthy Now and Later

Being a parent can be a rewarding role. But it's also hard work, especially the effort required in keeping children healthy. In that respect, there's one area you don't Read More

Behavioral Therapy Could Reduce a Child's Dental Anxiety Without Drugs

It’s common for kids to be less than enthusiastic about visiting the dentist. For some, though, it’s even more of a challenge: A child with extreme anxiety and fear Read More

3 Reasons to See a Pediatric Dentist

Your baby is turning one year old—and it's time for their first dental visit! Both the American Dental Association (ADA) and the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend your child Read More

Primary Teeth are Critical to Future Dental Health and Worth Preserving

Ask any kid and they'll tell you just how valuable "baby" teeth really are—out of the mouth, of course, and under their pillow awaiting a transaction with the Tooth Read More

Simple Steps to Follow if Your Child has a Toothache

"Mom, my tooth hurts" isn't something you look forward to hearing your child say. But tooth pain is as common as other childhood ailments, so you may have to Read More

4 Tips to Prevent Childhood Tooth Decay

February is National Children's Dental Health month, sponsored annually by the American Dental Association. As important as good oral health is to a child's overall health and development, tooth Read More

How to Help Your Kids Form Good Oral Hygiene Habits

October is National Dental Hygiene Month. It comes as no surprise that good dental hygiene habits are best acquired early in life—and with good reason, as tooth decay is Read More

Encourage Your Child to Stop Thumb Sucking Around Age 3

One of the biggest concerns we hear from parents is about their child's thumb sucking habit. Our advice: if they're under age 4, there's no need for concern — Read More

Preventive Care for Your Child is a Partnership between You and Your Dentist

Like the rest of their bodies, children’s teeth and mouth are on a rapid development track. By the time they’re young adults, they will have had two sets of Read More

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