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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…


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 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…


Why Does Your Pediatric Dentist Take X-Rays?

added on: February 11, 2021
teen getting dental x-ray

X-Rays are detailed photographs that give an interesting look at our bones and help doctors find breaks. But did you know that x-rays are used for much more than identifying broken bones? In fact, your pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg uses x-rays to see parts of your mouth and teeth that… Read More…


Celebrate Children’s Dental Health Month With Your Pediatric Dentist in Reynoldsburg

added on: February 2, 2021
super kid

The month of February is a time to celebrate the loved ones we have in our lives. It also happens to be the month of your pediatric dentist’s favorite holiday — National Children’s Dental Health Month! Every year, the American Dental Association hosts this 28-day (sometimes 29!) celebration for all… Read More…


Why You Shouldn’t Allow Your Child to Use Their Teeth as Tools

added on: January 19, 2021
child opening bag with teeth

We’ve all used our teeth to tear open packaging that’s just too hard to open with our hands. However, your pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg wants to remind you that there are tools designed to specifically help us open pesky packages, and those tools aren’t our teeth. Both children and adults… Read More…


How Pregnancy Affects Your Teeth

added on: December 16, 2020
pregnant woman brushes her teeth

As any mom knows, the body can go through a lot of changes during pregnancy, from changes in hormones to fluid retention and swelling. But did you know that pregnancy can also affect mom’s oral health, as well as the health of your baby? Join your pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg… Read More…


What’s the Difference Between Plaque and Tartar?

added on: November 20, 2020
questions

It’s not uncommon to hear your pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg toss around the words ‘plaque’ and ‘tartar’ almost interchangeably. In fact, we’ve realized that this could cause some confusion, and as always, we want to help our patients and parents of our patients understand the difference between the two. Join… Read More…


Does Your Child Need to Brush His Tongue?

added on: November 10, 2020
girl sticking out tongue

You will hear your pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg talk a lot about how important it is for your little one to brush and floss his teeth every day to protect them against cavities. But did you know that he should also brush his tongue, as well as his teeth? The… 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.