As soon as that first tooth sprouts, many parents find themselves in a dental dilemma as to when is the right time for their child to see a dentist. Is it after their first tooth sprouts — or can you wait until they have a mouthful of pearly whites at age 2 or 3?Read Full Story
Your child’s dentist says that dreaded word — cavity! After you recover from your mommy guilt, there are many choices to face. Do cavities in baby teeth need to be filled? Which fillings are best? What are the out-of-pocket costs of these choices?Read Full Story
The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that kids should visit a pediatric dentist when their first tooth comes in or by their first birthday. Our checklist will help you pick the best pediatric dentist to fit you and your family’s dental needs.Read Full Story
Wish you could somehow start over and stop being afraid of going to the dentist? Here's your chance to give that opportunity to your child. Learn how to work with your child's dentist and discover simple ways to prepare your young child for his first dentist appointment.Read Full Story
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