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Dental Emergencies

Dental Emergencies

Did your precious child chip or knock out a tooth? Perhaps bust a lip? How do you handle dental emergencies when you cannot get your little one to the dentist right away? Read our oral care blog written by our Board Certified Pediatric Dental Specialists to better prepare yourself in the event that your child has a dental emergency.

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Oral Care Tips for Parents

Oral Care Tips for Parents

Establishing a good oral hygiene routine begins at home and at an early age! Doing this will help ensure the development of strong, healthy teeth as well as for their long term oral health. Here are some articles that will help you properly care for your child's teeth.

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Oral Care Tips for Parents

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Information to help inspire, educate and teach you on all topics of dental health for your child! Fun games, advice to help you teach your child about dental health, and what’s going on at Anchorage Pediatric Dentistry.

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Baby Teething Chart When do babies get teeth?

When do Babies Begin Teething? Most babies begin teething somewhere between six to twelve months. Usually, the last primary molar pops through by age three. Please download our Baby Teething Chart Baby Teething Chart:  See When Your Baby’s Teeth Will Come In   UPPER TEETH ERUPT SHED Central incisor 8-12 months 6-7 years Lateral incisor 9-13 months 7-8 years…

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Baby Teething Chart

Does my child need braces? First evaluation for braces by age 7

Taking a short break from our Dental Trauma series, I thought I write about something a little more lighthearted and something that you may already be wondering about for your child. “Does my child need braces?” For the most part, you may already know the answer to this question. You see, most orthodontic problems such…

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Does my child need braces?

What causes toddler cavities? & 6 tips to prevent cavities

My toddler has cavities! But why? We have almost all had a cavity at some time, but why do some get more than others? Here is some information and a few tips to help keep your child cavity free: Cavities also called caries or “sugar bugs” by pediatric dentists, are caused by The most likely…

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What causes toddler cavities?