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Trick or Treat? Halloween Candy Your Kids Should Avoid

Halloween will be here in just a few weeks and your kids are already excited. According to a survey by the ADA, two-thirds (65%) of children think Halloween is the best holiday of the year, and naturally, trick or treating and collecting free candy is one of their favorite parts. And while some neighbors might […]

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Should Children Brush Their Teeth at School?

It can be important and sometimes necessary for kids to brush while at school. Typically, pediatric dentists will recommend that kids brush their teeth 2-3 times per day—morning, night, and another convenient time throughout the day. This would mean that brushing at school may not be necessary since they can brush their teeth when arriving […]

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Summer Dental Care Tips for Kids

Even though it’s the summer and the kids have off until next school year, their dental care should never take days off. Consistent brushing and flossing is a very important routine on a daily basis for kids and adults. And even if your family goes on vacation, be sure that your kids keep on brushing […]

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Are digital x-rays safer for your child

Dental x-rays are a very important piece of dentistry. They are a diagnostic tool to help us detect and pinpoint problem areas so we can further analyze them and create an accurate treatment plan. But are dental x-rays safe? Are digital x-rays safe for kids and teens? How are digital x-rays different than the x-rays […]

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Beyond Healthy Smiles: The True Reasons We Do This

If you’re looking for a pediatric dentist, you certainly don’t have a shortage of options. A quick Google search and you’ll likely find dozens, if not hundreds, of good candidates. However, is “good” really good enough for your child? We don’t think so. So why choose Children & Teen Dental? What makes us truly different […]

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