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Oral Health and School Performance

Oral Health and School Performance Pediatric Preventative Dentistry Palo Alto Your little one’s good oral health means more than just enjoying dinner time without fighting through the pain and suffering of cavities; good oral health means living a healthy daily life, being able to perform regular tasks efficiently, and excelling throughout regular activities, like school, ...

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Benefits of Silver Diamine Fluoride Palo Alto

The Benefits of Silver Diamine Fluoride Palo Alto Pediatric Dentist Dr. Michelle Haghpanah Dare to send your little ones to the dentist’s drill? Or would you like to consider an alternative to stopping cavities and tooth decay? Believe it or not, there’s a new, FDA approved liquid that’s designed to fight tooth decay quickly and ...

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How To Prevent Childhood Cavities

How To Prevent Childhood Cavities Pediatric Dentistry Palo Alto   It’s never too early to take care of your teeth! When your little ones aren’t quite ready to take oral hygiene into their own hands, it’s up to you to maintain their healthy mouths and help them prevent childhood cavities. Clean mouths mean clean gums, ...

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First Dental Visit Palo Alto

Your Child’s First Dental Visit Just because teeth are little, doesn’t mean you don’t have a big responsibility to take care of them!   Baby teeth are important for helping your child bite and chew food, and for allowing them to speak correctly throughout their childhood. You may be surprised to learn that taking care ...

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Thumb Sucking and Your Childs Teeth

Thumb Sucking and Your Childs Teeth Many children use thumb-sucking as a comfort and coping mechanism when they feel anxious or hurt, and many children naturally stop thumb-sucking between ages two and four as they develop other ways to comfort themselves. For some children though, thumb-sucking becomes a habit they can’t break, and the pressure ...

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Mouth guards Palo Alto

Prevention is the best way to avoid dental injuries. The AAPD recommends children wear mouthguards for sports like soccer, football, lacrosse, hockey, baseball, basketball, wrestling and gymnastics. Additionally, parents and caregivers may want to consider mouthguards for leisure activities like biking, rollerblading and skateboarding.

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Why Straighten Teeth?

The way teeth bite together is known as occlusion. When teeth do not bite together correctly, it is known as a malocclusion. Malocclusions should be treated because it can cause a large number of problems such as:

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Tooth grinding Palo Alto

Parents often ask what to do when children grind their teeth. Bruxism, is the term for grinding teeth or clenching of the jaw. Bruxism will often occur during sleep, under stress or with pain. Most children will grow out of bruxism.

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Thumb or Pacifier Habit Palo Alto

Sucking is a natural reflex and is normal for infants and toddlers. Infants suck even when they are not hungry (a natural reflex called non-nutritive sucking) for pleasure, comfort and security. In fact, some babies begin to suck on their fingers or thumbs even before they are born.

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Dental Fear in Children Palo Alto

Preventing and alleviating the fear associated with dental visits is important in encouraging future overall oral health. Adults who are not afraid to go to the dentist are more likely to keep up with regular visits and be proactive in the care of their teeth. Parents can play a vital…

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