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4 Things That Affect Your Child’s Oral Health

added on: September 13, 2021
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It’s no secret that poor oral health can be bad news for your child’s overall health, as it can increase the risk of cavities, gum disease, and infections. This is why it’s so important to make sure your child takes good care of their teeth and gums and visits their… Read More…


What is the Sugar Content in Popular Food and Drinks?

added on: August 4, 2021
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Do you know what the sugar content is in your child’s favorite drinks and foods? Many people drink and eat more sugar than they realize, so it’s important to understand how much of the sweet stuff is in the foods and drinks your family consumes. Luckily, your pediatric dentist in… Read More…


Summer Treats Can Affect Your Kid’s Teeth

added on: June 16, 2021
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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…


The Best and Worst Candy for Your Kid’s Teeth

added on: October 8, 2020
Halloween candy

It’s that time again when our grocery aisles are taken over by ghoulish and ghostly goodies. From mini candy bars to oh-so-good sugary treats, the zombie and skeleton wrapping can only mean one thing — Halloween season is here. This also means another holiday that floods kids with candy is… Read More…


What’s the Best Milk for Teeth?

added on: August 17, 2020
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When you’re choosing the right milk for your family, you certainly have a lot of options to pick from these days. From milk made from almonds to milk made from coconuts, and from soy milk to cow’s milk, the dairy aisle is packed with so many different varieties of milk,… Read More…


Boom! Halloween Candies That Do Battle With Our Teeth

added on: October 21, 2019
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We know this time of year is filled with candy. Everywhere go you, every store you know has aisles of sweets and treats that are enough to tempt even the most nonexistent sweet tooth. Imagine what it’s like for little ones? They see bags and bags of sugary sweets, all… Read More…


How to Handle a Dental Emergency

added on: June 26, 2019
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Dental emergencies, which include any injury to the teeth, gums, or mouth, can be scary. When one happens to your child, it can be even scarier. At our Reynoldsburg pediatric dental office, we understand, and we are here to help give you a few tips on how to handle several… Read More…


5 Foods You Shouldn’t Eat With Braces

added on: June 6, 2019
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Millions of Americans have braces to help straighten their smiles. The majority of these orthodontic patients are kids or teens. At our pediatric dental office in Reynoldsburg, we know just how important braces can be for developing smiles. In fact, properly aligned teeth can help with speech, reduce the risk… Read More…


Proper Nutrition For Growing Smiles

added on: March 14, 2019
National nutrition month - Buckeye Pediatric Dentistry in Reynoldsburg

You do your best to make sure your kids eat a well-balanced diet so that they can grow up big and strong. But did you know that proper nutrition is also great for developing teeth and overall oral health? As we celebrate National Nutrition Month this March, our Reynoldsburg pediatric… Read More…


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.