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Learn about caring for baby teeth, including baby bottle tooth decay and teething.


Why Generation Z Might Go On to Have the Healthiest Teeth to Date

June 30th, 2017 by
toddler getting her teeth brushed for the first time by mom

Dental professionals are looking out for “Generation Z” kids. They’re urging parents to take infants to the dentist and warning of the outcomes of postponing their first visit. Until recently, a first dental visit traditionally took place at age three […]


The Dental Dad: Donating to Dracula

February 11th, 2015 by
Hector, the vampire

It all started with a call to a Transylvania outreach program for reformed vampires… A little over two years ago, my then nine year old son, Theo, had to get two teeth pulled, his “canines”, or fangs as they say […]


Pediatric Dental Care: When Babies Become Tweens and Tweens Become Teens

January 9th, 2012 by
Kid's dental needs change.

  Our teeth are meant to last our entire lives. Pediatric dental care is caring for them properly in the first part of our lives. It is essential if we’re to enjoy them later on. But that doesn’t mean that […]


Infant Dental Care: Tips for Caring for Your Infant’s Teeth

June 30th, 2011 by
Infant dental care is the beginning of a thorough prevention program.

Many parents may wonder why they should consider pediatric dentistry for their toothless baby. After all, teething doesn’t begin until 6 to 12 months of age. But attention to infant dental care is paramount – even before they arrive – […]