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Tooth Aches: When to Visit the Dentist

May 9, 2019

Tooth Aches

Seeing your child in pain is the worst feeling for any parent. The discomfort caused by toothaches can also affect the overall health of a child. Most parents automatically assume that a child has a toothache due to tooth decay or a dental cavity. However, there can be a number of reasons why a child…
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Loose Teeth: A Guide to Helping Your Child

May 4, 2019

Loose Teeth

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, children typically start to lose their primary teeth at the age of six. The first baby teeth to go are usually the incisors, which are the middle teeth in the front. The molars in the back come out between the age of ten and twelve. Losing baby teeth…
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Dental Crowns for Chipped Teeth

April 30, 2019

Chipped Teeth

Human teeth are extremely strong but over time they sustain a lot of wear. Improper oral hygiene also contributes toward dental problems causing the teeth to weaken and become more susceptible to damage. The most common dental injury is a chipped tooth.

Basics of Dental Hygiene: Teaching the Kids Early

April 28, 2019

Dental Hygiene

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), the number one dental problem among children under 5 years is tooth decay. According to the study conducted by AAP on preschoolers, 28% of the children have one or more cavities by the age of three.

The Effect of Vaping on Teen’s Teeth

April 19, 2019

vaping effect

Over the past few years, vaping and e-cigarettes usage has been on an alarming rise among teens. Vape contains harmful chemicals which are far more safe as the current media presents it to be.

Simple Ways to Protect Your Child’s Teeth Enamel

April 11, 2019

enamel protection tips

Dental erosion is commonly caused by the intake of acidic foods. The loss of enamel leaves young teeth susceptible to oral diseases, causing excruciating pain. See this infograph to know about many protection tips to ensure the safety of your children’s teeth