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4 Myths About Baby Teeth

added on: July 8, 2021
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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…


How To Stop A Child From Grinding Their Teeth

added on: April 7, 2021
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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…


Early Childhood Dental Issues Every Parent Needs to Be Aware Of

added on: December 11, 2020
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We do everything we can to make sure our children stay healthy, from encouraging them to eat healthy foods to getting active and, of course, taking good care of their teeth. But did you know that there are some early childhood dental issues that may not seem too concerning on… Read More…


What’s the Difference Between Plaque and Tartar?

added on: November 20, 2020
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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
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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…


The Best and Worst Candy for Your Kid’s Teeth

added on: October 8, 2020
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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…


Dental Care for Infants & Toddlers

added on: August 24, 2020
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Your pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg is all about caring for our community’s littlest smiles. From infants to toddlers, to adolescents and teens, we’re committed to providing dental care for each stage of your child’s growing years. But today, we want to focus on our youngest patients — infants and toddlers…. Read More…


What’s Plaque and Why is it Bad?

added on: July 16, 2020
cleaning plaque off tooth - Buckeye Pediatric Dentistry in Reynoldsburg

You’ve probably heard your pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg talk about plaque and why it’s important to limit plaque buildup. But what exactly is plaque? How does it build up in the first place? What happens if plaque isn’t removed? Why is plaque bad? There are so many questions surrounding plaque,… Read More…


Are Sports Drink Damaging Your Kid’s Teeth?

added on: June 22, 2020
teens drinking sports drinks - Buckeye Pediatric Dentistry in Reynoldsburg

When we think of drinks that are terrible for kids’ smiles, we automatically turn to soda. While these sugary, carbonated beverages are absolutely bad for growing teeth (and adult teeth, too!), there’s another type of drink that’s just as concerning to your pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg. Today, we’re talking about… Read More…


Fact or Fiction: Cavity Edition

added on: May 27, 2020
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Cavities are one of the most common dental concerns your pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg hears about. While worries about cavities are valid, since they can lead to pain, sensitivity, and more serious oral health conditions, there are many beliefs behind the source of cavities that just aren’t true. Join us… 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.