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Signs & Symptoms of a Kid’s Toothache

added on: February 16, 2024

A toothache can happen to anyone, anytime, anywhere, and it’s not really something to celebrate, especially when it affects your kid. Nonetheless, there’s still a day dedicated to them. February 9th is Toothache Day and strives to bring awareness to this common ailment. Join your pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg as… Read More…


Do Sealants Actually Help Protect Kids’ Teeth? 

added on: October 5, 2023

As a parent, you’re constantly looking out for your child’s well-being and finding ways to protect them. Their dental health is no exception. One type of preventive treatment often recommended by pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg is the use of dental sealants. But do sealants actually help protect kids’ teeth?  What Are… Read More…


A Parent’s Guide to Nurturing Kids’ Teeth

added on: August 16, 2023

As parents, we know that our children’s well-being is our top priority, and one crucial aspect of their health is their oral care. From the very first baby tooth to the emergence of a confident grin, each stage of dental development plays a vital role in kids’ overall health, development,… Read More…


How Do I Prepare My Child For Their First Dental Visit?

added on: March 20, 2023

If you’re starting to think about your child’s first dental visit, chances are you have a lot of questions, and rightfully so. From when kids should have their first dental appointment to what to expect during your visit, rest assured knowing that your pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg is a pro at first… Read More…


How Does Nutrition Affect Kids’ Oral Health?

added on: March 1, 2023

What kids put into their bodies can certainly affect how they feel, how healthy they are, and how they develop and grow. But eating the right foods can not only fuel your child’s body, but it can also enhance their oral health. During this National Nutrition Month, your pediatric dentist… Read More…


Which Candy Causes The Most Cavities? 

added on: October 10, 2022

As we enter into another holiday season that usually means a boatload of candy for kids as they trick-or-treat from door to door, it’s important to recognize just which candy causes the most cavities. While your pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg totally recognizes how fun and important it is to bring… Read More…


4 Things That Affect Your Child’s Oral Health

added on: September 13, 2021
toddler boy

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
sweet cereal

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
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…


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…


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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.