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Why Is it Important to Take Care of Baby Teeth?
Why Is it Important to Take Care of Baby Teeth?

Taking care of your child’s smile as an adult actually starts when their baby teeth erupt. This may sound puzzling, because baby teeth fall out and are eventually replaced with the permanent adult teeth. The reason it’s important to take care of a child’s baby teeth is ...

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Blog Posts in 2019

  • 3 Tips for Your Kids to Maintain a Healthy Smile During the Summer

    Now that summer is finally here, your kids can bask in some of their newfound freedom. However, it is important to not let their vacation from school ...

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  • When Should My Child See the Orthodontist?

    There are a lot of misconceptions regarding the age at which a child should visit the orthodontist. Many believe it should be during their teen years, ...

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  • How Gummy Vitamins and Snacks Can Impact Your Teeth

    Gummies are a very popular snack for children, and have moved beyond their purpose just as sugary candy with the introduction of gummy vitamins on the ...

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  • Silver Diamine Fluoride: A New Weapon Against Cavities

    As a painless alternative to standard cavity drilling procedures , silver diamine fluoride or SDF treatment has become more and more popular in recent ...

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  • Adventure Dental Celebrates Black History Month by Honoring Ida Rollins, DDS

    February is Black History Month, and Adventure Dental is celebrating it by honoring Ida Gray Nelson Rollins, DDS. This incredible woman was a woman of ...

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  • National Children's Dental Health Month

    February is Children’s Dental Health Month, which is designed to raise awareness regarding the importance of oral health in children. This is ...

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  • Fluoride Toothpaste: Safe, Even for Toddlers!

    When Should I Start Using Fluoride Toothpaste for My Child? Fluoride is often called nature’s cavity fighter. Why? This naturally-occurring substance ...

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  • When Should My Child First Visit the Dentist?

    In the United States, most children do not take their first trip to the dentist until they are over 2 years of age, which is well beyond the age that ...

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