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Safeguard Your Child’s Smile With Tooth-friendly Foods

A child’s grin is magical, but toothaches make it tough to smile. As a parent, you have an invaluable opportunity to help your child build strong, healthy teeth that will serve them well throughout their life. Since a nutritious diet is essential for good tooth development, serving your child a tooth-friendly menu is a great way to safeguard their smile.…

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A Fresh Experience in Children’s Dentistry

Are you looking for a pediatric dentist who can help your child develop healthy oral habits from an early age? Look no further than Pediatric Dental Associates, where we take a fresh approach to pediatric dentistry. We believe that good dental health is more than just a pretty set of pearly whites — it’s an integral part of your child’s overall…

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Myths and Facts About Children’s Dental Anxiety

Many misconceptions about dental anxiety in children exist that can impair a child’s ability to get the quality of dental care they need. That’s why we’ve demystified some of the most common prevailing myths about children’s dental anxiety. Once you read through this article, you’ll come to understand more about what causes children to have dental anxiety, how to prevent…

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October Is National Dental Hygiene Month

When September ends, we know the next few months will be full of sweet treats, holiday meals, and celebratory drinks. Unfortunately, while this may all appeal to our stomachs, it may not work so well for our teeth. October is National Dental Hygiene Month, and dentists across the nation are busy planning for the influx of patients whose teeth aren’t…

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National Gum Care Month in September

September is the perfect time to learn more about how to care for your gums properly and avoid gum disease. That’s because it has been deemed National Gum Care Month. During this month, dentists work hard to spread information about how to maintain healthy gums. Paying attention to your gums is important because gum disease continues to be a major…

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Emergency Dentist in Miami

From the moment you start having a dental emergency, your focus for the entire day will go in a new direction. You’re compelled to find a solution for the pain in your mouth and your damaged tooth. We make every effort to see emergency patients on the same day they call, so don’t worry that you’ll be waiting for days.…

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What to Expect with a Tooth Extraction

How do you feel when your dentist recommends a tooth extraction? This is probably the last thing you want to hear. No one wants to lose a tooth, and the thought of having it pulled sounds painful. Your dentist in Miamican explain the procedure to you, so you realize that it isn’t a painful, long process. Years ago, an extraction…

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Understanding Sensitive Teeth

Is drinking coffee or tea painful? Can you eat ice cream or something sour or sweet without feeling a sharp, stinging sensation? If you feel any pain or tingling, then you might have sensitive teeth. Although sensitive teeth are a common dental concern, they can cause a great deal of discomfort and affect your everyday life. Breathing in cold air…

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Prevent Cavities Using These Tips That Work for Everyone

Maintaining a healthy mouth is something that should be important to everyone. This includes not only preventing cavities but also keeping your gums healthy. That said, not everyone knows exactly how to prevent cavities. Most people think that simply brushing their teeth is enough to keep cavities at bay and their gums healthy. In truth, that’s just the start of…

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7 Ways the Pediatric Dentist Wants You to Protect Your Child’s Teeth

Children run a very high risk of tooth decay, which can lead to a lifetime of dental problems. Luckily, you can protect your child’s dental health with these seven simple steps. 1. Get the First Checkup by the First Birthday Dental experts strongly advise that children see a pediatric dentist for an initial dental exam no later than age one.…

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