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Best Bedtime Snacks

Everyone from kids to adults have been guilty of craving that bedtime snack late at night. While we have heard time and time again that this isn’t healthy, there are some snacks that will be much better than others in terms of oral and all around health. Choose one of these next time the late…

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Pediatric Dentist vs. General Dentist

When choosing which dentist to take your child to, the options may seem overwhelming. Amongst all the other options, one of the most important of these is the difference between a pediatric and a general dentist. Learn the differences in these two types of dentists for your children and discover why a pediatric dentist will…

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7 Uses for Leftover Easter Candy

Apr 22 2014

We try hard to keep those little teeth and gums clean and healthy. Leftover Easter candy presents a minor challenge because my 5 and 2-year-old seem to have an extra superhero sense I call “sugar sense.” In spite of my best efforts to promote fruits as a healthy dessert and sweet snack, they find the…

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Avoiding Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

Baby bottle tooth decay can have a great negative impact on the development of your child’s teeth. Avoid this damage from taking place by taking certain steps to protect your child. This is important to check for young as it can start even before the teeth have emerged. What is it?   In children and…

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Burg Children’s Dentistry Reviews – We Love Burg!

In the past my girls and I have left their pediatric dentist visit thinking, “Why did that guy go into working with kids?” Sure the offices are always decorated towards kids and there is a sticker on the door. The staff were always nice enough, but it wasn’t a place that my kids thought of…

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The Timeline of Teeth

Mar 19 2014

Throughout your life your teeth have gone through many changes, and will go through many more as you age. Learn the timeline of teeth, and how they change over time. These changes are especially important for toddlers and young kids, but you may be surprised to learn about what will happen to your teeth as…

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The Invention of Braces

After the initial invention of braces there have been many advances that have been made to the world of orthodontics. Since Dr. Christensen has recently joined the Burg team as our first orthodontist, let’s take a moment to look back on the history of braces and how much has changed. This progress has made orthodontic…

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5 Qualities To Look For In A Pediatric Dentist

One night while we were brushing our teeth and getting ready for bed, my 4-year-old began asking me questions about the dentist. I didn’t want to answer any of his questions. When you don’t love visiting the dentist yourself, how do you give your kids a positive experience? He would soon be turning 5, and so my answer…

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