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What Is Baby Bottle Tooth Decay and How Can You Prevent It?

September 9, 2020

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Smiling, healthy baby without baby bottle tooth decay

Did you know that according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, tooth decay is the number one most common chronic childhood disease? There are a variety of factors that make children more prone to cavities than adults, including thin enamel, lacking dental hygiene habits, and the sugary snacks they eat. However, you may be increasing your child’s risk of cavities without realizing it! Here’s what you need to know about a common issue called baby bottle tooth decay and what you can do to protect your little one’s smile!


Is Your Child Developing Shark Teeth? Here’s What to Do

August 10, 2020

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Child developing permanent teeth behind their baby teeth

Losing baby teeth during childhood is an exciting milestone of growing up. However, what if those highly anticipated permanent pearly whites begin to come in before the baby teeth have fallen out? Although it can be somewhat alarming to see your little one developing rows of teeth, there’s no need to panic. This occurrence, often referred to as “shark teeth,” is typically easy to treat and rarely causes any lasting problems. Here’s everything you need to know about the development of shark teeth and what you can do about them to protect your little one’s oral health.


Is It Okay to Whiten My Child’s Teeth?

July 14, 2020

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Girl smiling

Growing up can be hard sometimes, especially if your child isn’t feeling confident about showing off their smile. Staining can be caused by all sorts of different things, but is teeth whitening for kids okay? How can you boost your child’s self-esteem about their smile? Continue reading to learn more about the best ways to brighten younger smiles and prevent future staining from occurring.


Use These 7 Questions To Understand Your Child’s Dental Health

June 4, 2020

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Parent speaks with a children’s dentist in Rowlett.

It’s hard enough to know what questions to ask about your own teeth, but it’s even tougher to know which ones to use when trying to understand the health of your child’s teeth. Thankfully, a children’s dentist in Rowlett is more than willing to speak with you about the health of your child’s mouth. At your next visit, you can use any one of the following questions to point out potential issues and find out more about the oral health of your kids.


Is It Safe to Take My Child Back to the Dentist?

April 12, 2020

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a young child undergoing a safe dental checkup by their dentist

The health of your child’s smile is important but when it comes to deciding whether they should return for a dental appointment once doors reopen, you may begin to think, “Is it safe?” This common question is being asked by millions of parents at this time, and your dentist fully understands the hesitation you might have in coming back right now. But before you completely disregard the idea, spend some time learning what your child’s dental team is doing to provide a cleaner, healthier, safer environment for everyone.


Your Child Has a Cavity—Now What?

February 7, 2020

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Concerned boy with cavity covering his mouth at dentist's office

Tooth decay is the number one most common chronic childhood illness, more common than both asthma and diabetes. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry estimates that roughly 60% of children will develop at least one cavity by the age of five. Unfortunately, factors like genetics, bad dental habits, an abundance of sugary foods and drinks, and weak enamel from baby teeth all increase your little one’s risk of tooth decay. If your son or daughter develops a cavity, here are some important questions to ask about taking care of their precious smile.


What Should You Do If Your Child’s Dental Crown Broke?

January 25, 2020

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child holding their hand on their mouth because their tooth hurts

As a parent, it’s hard not to panic when you know your child is in discomfort or pain. If your child has begun complaining about their tooth hurting when they drink or eat hot or cold items, it could be a sign that their dental crown is damaged or broken. Even though this is considered a dental emergency, you’ll be glad to know that there’s no need to panic, and you can address it within a day or two. Read on to learn what you should do if your child’s dental crown has fallen out or is broken.


8 Foods That Strengthen Children’s Teeth

October 30, 2019

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little girl brushing teeth

We all know that if a child eats too much sugar, they can get cavities. But did you know there are foods that can actually make your kid’s teeth stronger? A pediatric dentist is here to talk about 8 foods that are beneficial to your children’s oral health.


3 Safe Ways to Pull a Baby Tooth

September 12, 2019

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little kid with string around tooth

We’ve all seen the viral videos and heard the family stories featuring creative ways to remove baby teeth. As interesting as these stories and videos may be, a lot of these methods might not be safe. You may be asking yourself how to pull a baby tooth. Let’s look at 3 safe methods.


How to Get Your Kid’s Oral Health in Great Shape

August 28, 2019

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little girl with toothbrush

When you’re a parent, you always want what’s best for your child, no matter how difficult it is. Your kid’s oral health is no exception. Lots of kids don’t like brushing, flossing, or going to the dentist, so we’ve put together this list of tips to make sure your child grows up with excellent oral health care habits.

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