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Summer Vacation and Your Child’s Oral Health

Summer Vacation and Your Child’s Oral Health Preventative Pediatric Oral Care Palo Alto Just because your family is taking a vacation this summer, doesn't mean your child’s oral health should! School's out for summer, and it’s a great time to soak up some sunshine with your loved ones on vacation! Before you check out of ...

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23 May · Little Bytes Pediatric Dentistry · No Comments

Pediatricians Say No Fruit Juice

Pediatricians Say No Fruit Juice in a Child’s First Year The nation’s top pediatricians are advising parents to stop giving fruit juice to children in the first year of life, saying the drink is not as healthful as many parents think. In the past, the American Academy of Pediatrics had advised parents to avoid 100 ...

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Recommended dental books Palo Alto

You can prepare your child by reading books about going to the dentist or watching a favorite cartoon about first dental visits. Here is a list of some children’s books about Going to the dentist:

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Teething Palo Alto

Teething is a normal and exciting part of a baby’s development. Most infants start teething between 5-12 months of age. It is also possible for some babies to be born with one or two teeth in place. Children usually have their full set of 20 baby teeth, or primary teeth…

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Retainer Instructions Palo Alto

Retainers are a removable appliance that help to hold your teeth in position. They are normally prescribed after orthodontic treatment. It is important to care for your retainers and follow the doctor’s instructions for use:

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How to brush and floss Palo Alto

It is important for children to brush at least twice daily and floss. Younger children, under age 6, will need the help of an adult to brush the harder to reach areas. To encourage children to brush after every meal, allow them to pick out their own travel size toothbrush…

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Common tooth injuries Palo Alto

Children love swimming, playing outdoor sports and biking, but these activities are also a time for potential tooth related injuries. Many parents and caregivers are experts at dealing with minor accidents such as scrapes, bruises and bumps. However, they may not know what to do for dental injuries such as chipped or knocked out teeth. ...

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Why baby teeth are important Palo Alto

Baby teeth, or primary teeth, help with articulation, chewing and they hold space for the permanent teeth to grow in. If a baby tooth is lost, adjacent teeth can shift into the empty space and prevent the permanent tooth from erupting. This may lead to teeth that are not straight.

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31 May · Little Bytes Pediatric Dentistry · No Comments

Beware of Sports Drinks Palo Alto

Sports drinks are particularly harmful, because sipping them causes a constant sugar exposure to teeth and prolonging the “acid attack” on teeth can lead to tooth decay. Water is a much better option to stay hydrated. If you do consume sports drinks, try to minimize the drinking time, use a…

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