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East Cobb Dentistry for Kids - Dr Allen

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Pediatric Dentist And Dental Care for Kids In Marietta :
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When I was a child, my mom always told me to brush my teeth after eating, to avoid tooth decay. I'm glad I listen to her. Now, even at my age, my teeth are still healthy. 

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Honesty Cures Children's Dentist Fears, Study - Counsel & Heal

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Honesty Cures Children's Dentist Fears, Study
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"It is important that children are encouraged to go to the dentist and it's essential that they learn about oral and dental hygiene at an early age.

Via Erin Eiter Glass
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I can still remember when I was young. I hate to go to the dentist, it really makes me nervous. My mother always insists, so even if it’s hard on my part, moms always win. Thinking it now, I’m so thankful that she is so persistent on visiting dentist before. I still got a perfect smile.

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How To Keep Your Child’s Teeth Healthy – Part II

If you have read Part I of this series, then you’re already well on your way to providing your child with the best chance for healthy teeth and gums. In the last article, we focused on getting into a regular oral hygiene routine even before baby’s first teeth started to erupt, and modifying that routine as more and more teeth came in. We recommended that you start by wiping gums with a damp, clean washcloth, progressing to light brushing with water or a tiny smear of toothpaste once teeth are showing. We then went on to suggest that flossing should begin as soon as two teeth are in next to one another and that a dab of toothpaste could be used as soon as your child learns how to spit. Additionally, we touched on when you should first visit a dentist (by your child’s first birthday), why it’s important to maintain routine visits even before their permanent teeth come in (to identify potential problems early, keep teeth clean and get children used to visiting the dentist regularly)..


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How to Prevent Tooth Decay in Children? Date - Dentist

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Set a good example by taking proper care of your own dental health. Young children learn by example; when they see you brushing your teeth properly, eating a balanced diet, and going to the dentist on a regular basis – they ...

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