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What Are Some Signs Of Cavities in Kids? 

added on: January 19, 2023

Cavities are incredibly common in kids and young adults. In fact, according to the CDC, more than half of kids between six and eight have had a cavity in their baby teeth, and nearly 60% of adolescents between the ages of 12 and 19 have had a cavity in their permanent… Read More…


Why Are Dental Checkups Important For Kids?

added on: January 12, 2023

It’s normal for parents to worry about the health of their children, and one way to help ease that concern is to get regular checkups with their doctor. But did you know that it’s also important for kids to get regular dental checkups from their pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg?  The… Read More…


How to Help Keep Kids’ Teeth Health During Cold & Flu Season

added on: December 21, 2022

We’re headed into the peak of cold and flu season, which typically comes with stuffy noses, sore throats, fevers, and loads of medicine to help ease symptoms. But did you know that any sickness from the common cold to the flu can also put children’s oral health at risk, too?… Read More…


How Can I Help My Child With Teething Pain?

added on: November 28, 2022

All parents look forward to seeing their child’s first tiny tooth. However, the time leading up to this momentous event can be tough on kids and parents alike. When a child is teething, they can be uncomfortable and in pain. But the good news is that your pediatric dentist in… Read More…


Is Xylitol Good For Kids’ Teeth? 

added on: October 26, 2022

Sugary sweets can mean bad news for your kid’s teeth. But your pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg wants all of our patients and parents of patients to know that there is a way for your little one to enjoy those sweet cravings without all of the damage of sugar.  We’re talking… Read More…


The Best & Worst Drinks for Teeth

added on: September 15, 2022

We all do our best to limit how many sugary snacks our kids eat in order to reduce their risk of developing cavities. However, it’s essential to keep an eye on what your kids drink, too. Certain beverages can be great for oral health, and others can lead to dental… Read More…


The #1 Surprising Reason Why Kids Miss School

added on: September 2, 2022

It’s back-to-school time, which means shopping for school supplies, updating outgrown wardrobes, and getting back into the swing of after-school activities. But it’s also a great time for your kids to see a pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg for a checkup. In fact, it’s one of the most important things you… Read More…


What Questions Should You Ask a Pediatric Dentist? 

added on: August 25, 2022

Caring for your little one takes a lot of learning, especially for first-time parents. It’s important to remember that this is incredibly common, and it’s completely normal to have questions about their overall and oral health. Luckily, your pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg is here to help answer any questions you… Read More…


How Do I Know if My Child Has Sleep Apnea? 

added on: August 15, 2022

Sleep apnea is an ailment that has typically been associated with adults. But it’s absolutely possible for this serious condition to occur in kids, too. There are some key signs to look out for when it comes to identifying sleep apnea in kids, and your pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg is… Read More…


What’s An Impacted Tooth?

added on: July 26, 2022

If your  pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg explains that your child has an impacted tooth, you may initially be a bit worried. But don’t fret. Impacted teeth are incredibly common in kids and teens. Even though impacted teeth are most often associated with wisdom teeth, the truth is any tooth can… Read More…


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Patient Safety Protocol

As always, our dedication to keeping our patients safe remains our top priority. To help us do that, please be aware of some of the following changes you may see at your next appointment:

Our office has always maintained infection protocols that meet and exceed minimal recommendations, and we will continue to do so. In fact, our standard of care is now being adopted as the industry gold-standard in reducing aerosols.