Don't wait until your child has a mouth full of baby teeth to visit the dentist. Believe it or not, the American Dental Association, in addition to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry both say that your child should visit the dentist when they get their very first tooth or have their first birthday. Read our blog post for more!
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Just because baby teeth only last a few years doesn’t mean that they aren’t important. In fact, healthy baby teeth can help set your child up for strong and healthy permanent teeth. Read our blog post to learn about the importance of addressing cavities in baby teeth.
New parents discover quickly that childhood is packed with milestones. From a kid’s first steps, to their first word, to their first tooth! Read our blog post where we highlight a few major dental milestones, and learn when to expect them in your child’s future.
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