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Category: Utah Pediatric Dentistry

Burg Children’s Dentistry Reviews – My Visit To Burg Children’s Dentistry

My son Jett is a pretty timid kid and he takes a long time to warm up to new places and events. Because of this, I was hesitant about taking him to the dentist for the first time. I actually have been putting it off way longer than I should. I had heard great things…

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Who is the Incredible Molar Man?

Often, when going to the dentist, your child may feel she’s facing a drill-wielding super villain. So she may bring the weapons of tears, tantrums and terror to do battle with the dastardly doctor. But what she doesn’t realize is that every dentist is actually a superhero in disguise, just like Clark Kent. Don’t let…

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Laugh Your Way through Painful Dental Visits with Nitrous Oxide

Growing up, one of my favorite Disney songs was ‘I love to laugh’ which was sung by Uncle Albert in the musical Mary Poppins. I loved it for its chipper beat and relatable message.  I mean, who doesn’t love to laugh? Here are some of my favorite lines: “The more I laugh, the more I’m…

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Child Tooth Loss: What’s “Normal” and What’s Not

Losing the first tooth is a milestone for any child: it’s a sure-fire way to tell that he or she is “growing up” and starting to leave the trappings of babyhood behind. Tooth Fairies across America had better start breaking out the quarters, because we’re going to be talking about child tooth loss: what’s “normal”…

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