Children’s Dentist

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The Legend of the Tooth Fairy: The Origins of the Tooth-Snatching-Money-Dropping Fairy Mouse

The most exciting part about losing your teeth as a child is that sweet dollar bill that appears under the pillow or on the nightstand the next day. To offer up a dead tooth and receive a tangible amount of money for it in return is actually kind of strange. And yet, many parents use …

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What to Expect When Visiting the Children’s Dentist

Children’s oral health is much more than cartoon character-themed toothbrushes and bubblegum flavored toothpaste. From when a child first starts teething (usually from 6 to 12 months of age) to when they have their first full complement of 20 baby teeth (usually by the time they reach 3 years of age), oral health must be …

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Why You Should Take Your Child To A Children’s Dentist

When you have a child there are many things you must worry about and take care of, including their oral health. Some people take their children to the regular dentist while others choose to take their children specifically to a children’s dentist.  While a regular dentist is fine, a children’s dentist is trained to make …

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Keeping Your Kids Healthy — What Your Children’s Dentist Recommends

Caring for your children is a learning process. Parenthood itself has one of the steepest learning curves of life. The best advice is to take things one step at a time. This also goes for their health needs. As babies, learn about colic and such. As toddlers, learn about their growth marks. When their teeth …

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How to Prepare for a First Visit to a Children’s Dentist

Your children’s dentist appointments can be stressful. When it comes to the first visit, you want to make sure they are prepared to have a good experience. This means that you want to make their first visit to the dentist pleasant. The last thing you want is a child scared of routine cleanings. Lee Trevino …

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