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Category: Infant Dental Care

Teething Tips for Parents and Babies

About a month ago, we had a baby girl join our family.  Although I’m not a first time mom, my boys are 5 and 7 and it’s been a while since we’ve had a newborn around.  She’s been an absolute joy so far and is growing and getting cuter day by day.  As she gets…

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Burg Children’s Dentistry Reviews – Our Visit to Burg

The other day while at a summer event, I looked around at my cute little family. Three toddlers, a baby, daddy and mommy, sitting on a picnic blanket enjoying the festivities, sunshine…and junk food. Lots and lots and looooooots of junk food. As my son looked up and gave me a licorice-filled smile, I thought…

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Top 3 Foods That Cause Cavities

Cavities are never a pleasant experience. If left untreated they can lead to serious dental complications. Knowing what foods may exacerbate tooth decay can help avert future oral problems. Sugar and Carbohydrates   Most people know that sugar isn’t the best thing for your teeth but most people don’t understand why. Bacteria in your mouth…

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Can My Child Get Gingivitis?

Many parents may not realize it, but their children can get gum disease. Gingivitis is the beginning stage of periodontal disease and is the most common type found in children. Learn the signs, and discover how you can prevent your child from getting gingivitis.

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Thumb Sucking and Dental Health

May 24 2010

Thumb sucking is a powerful attraction for many babies and toddlers: in fact, many ultrasound photos show little ones already engaged in the practice! For some kids, it is a habit that lasts well into the school-age years and is difficult to break: making them vulnerable to teasing and feelings of low self-esteem. But does…

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