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Is It Normal for a Baby to Be Born With Teeth?

added on: July 14, 2021
smiling baby

Every parent looks forward to the day their baby gets their first tooth. But did you know that some babies are already born having teeth? They’re called natal teeth, and they’re completely normal, although rare. What do you do if your baby is born with teeth? Check with your pediatric… Read More…


4 Myths About Baby Teeth

added on: July 8, 2021
baby boy

Parents and caregivers have a lot to worry about as their children grow up. After all, things change and develop very quickly as infants turn into toddlers and toddlers turn into preschoolers. Dental care is another one of those things that are constantly changing and needs attention just like everything… Read More…


Summer Treats Can Affect Your Kid’s Teeth

added on: June 16, 2021
popsicle

Cool, summertime snacks such as ice cream and popsicles can give your child a break from the heat. But some summer treats can affect your kid’s teeth and put them at risk for dental problems. Does this mean you should avoid these summer favorites? Your pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg says… Read More…


How To Tell When It May Be Time For Braces

added on: June 10, 2021
boy with braces

Many U.S. children will undergo orthodontic treatment at some point during their childhood. In fact, 75% of the 4 million Americans with braces are kids. The best news? Most kids are excited to start straightening their teeth and see braces as a key step in growing up. But how do… Read More…

Posted In: Orthodontics

Do Kids Really Need to Floss?

added on: May 17, 2021
child and mom brushing teeth

It’s not uncommon for patients to ask your pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg; “My child brushed his teeth twice a day every day, so how can flossing actually make that big of a difference?” The truth is, flossing is a crucial part of any home oral hygiene routine and can help… Read More…


Can Allergies Harm Your Kid’s Teeth?

added on: May 11, 2021
young girl sneezing

From brushing habits to sugar intake and how often you visit your pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg, there are a lot of things that can affect your kid’s oral health. But can allergies actually be one of those things that can harm your kid’s teeth and increase his risk for cavities?… Read More…


How Often Do Kids Need to See a Dentist?

added on: April 15, 2021
smiling toddler

It’s recommended that adults see their dentist at least twice a year for dental cleanings and checkups. But what about kids? Do they really need to go to their pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg every six months? The short answer is yes, but let’s dive deeper into why these bi-annual checkups… Read More…


How To Stop A Child From Grinding Their Teeth

added on: April 7, 2021
child sleeping

When most people think about teeth grinding, they may immediately think of stressed-out adults grinding away aimlessly or throughout the night. However, it’s also possible for children to have this tooth-grinding habit. If it’s not treated, tooth grinding can lead to dental problems. So how do you help your child… Read More…


At What Age Should Your Child First See a Pediatric Dentist?

added on: March 18, 2021
smiling toddler

When you’re a new parent, there are a lot of firsts that you don’t want to miss. From your baby’s first birthday to his first steps and his first word, these milestones are special to any new mom or dad. But there’s another first that should be on your mind… Read More…


How Long Does Teething Last?

added on: March 9, 2021
toddler teething

There’s nothing quite like the excitement of waiting for your child’s first tooth to erupt. But unfortunately, this excitement is also paired with a little bit of dread. After all, tooth eruption is uncomfortable and brings all of the unwanted side effects of teething, such as excessive drooling, irritability, and… Read More…


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