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Fighting Tooth Decay Starts with the First Milk Tooth

As parents, your children’s health and wellness are among your top priorities, but how much attention and care have you really given to their dental health? Tooth decay is very common in children, but this problem is quite manageable. By using fluoride-enriched dental products, as well as dental sealants, your child can develop a stronger […]

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Preventing Tooth Decay in Children

The 25-year veteran in the dental practice, Dr. Sheryl Radin, can tell you that most of the tooth decay problems that dentists see in patients can be prevented. Yes, even tooth with early symptoms of decay can be treated with a minor procedure that will stop the decay from progressing and getting worse. What are […]

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What to Do with Chipped Tooth While Biking

Kids are naturally rough when playing. Therefore, you should not be surprised to see accidents happening when you are around kids. For instance, it is not uncommon to see kids getting into accidents while riding bikes. Yes, parents usually teach their kids how to ride bikes when the children are still young. But as expected, […]

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Chipped a Tooth While Playing?

It is normal for young children to fall or trip. Children as young as those in preschool and those in the primary elementary school years will pit their physical abilities with others in the playground and a few will find out that their sense of balance is not yet fully developed in these early years. […]

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All About Tooth Decay Prevention in Children

Pediatric dentists holding more than 25 years of experience in the field admit that most of the tooth decay problems in children can be prevented. This means that even when there are early signs of tooth decay, many cases in children can still be addressed using minor procedures. As a result, further decay can be […]

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