Junior Smiles Pediatric Dentistry Blog

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Can Pediatric Dentistry Help with Thumbsucking?

Pediatric dentistry focuses on dealing with the oral health of children from birth through adolescence. Pediatric dentists are skilled at interacting with patients of all ages, and children specifically making it comfortable and easy for both the parents and kids. At Junior Smiles Pediatric Dentistry, we always ensure our patients feel relaxed and welcome and

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The Guide to the 2 C’s: Cleanings and Cavities

When it comes to your kids’ teeth, you can and should try to make pediatric cleanings and cavity appointments positive experiences. Believe it or not, it’s possible…and we’re about to tell you how with Dr. Drew Popper of Junior Smiles! This will help your children foster a healthy, lifelong relationship with dental care. And we all want that as parents!

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The Importance of Pediatric Dentistry from Infancy to Adulthood

Pediatric dentistry deals with the oral health of children, specifically, ranging from the age of infancy towards the age of young adulthood (teenage). Children need dental care more than adults, given their lack of immune system and baby teeth. Nonetheless, if you take your child to the dentist from the childhood phase, you reduce the chances of oral diseases in the

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Three Ways to Teach Children How to Brush Their Teeth

Teaching kids to brush their teeth is essential. Thorough and regular brushing is important to prevent gum disease, tooth decay, bad breath, and tooth loss. While proper techniques and good habits are crucial when it comes to teaching children how to brush their teeth, try to make an entire task fun activity, not a chore! In this post, you’ll

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