The Ins and Outs of Sucking (Thumbs or Pacifiers)

Many parents want to know about the impact of their children sucking on thumbs or pacifiers.  For young babies, it […]

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To Snack or Not to Snack

We all want our children to have healthy teeth, whether their baby teeth are coming in or if they are older and […]

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Drinking for Healthier Teeth

While it might be tempting to fill up a cup of juice and let your toddler carry it around all […]

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Let’s Talk About Cavities

Statistics show that dentists will see as many as 42% of children ages 2 to 11 years old suffering from […]

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Flossing and Fluoride for Your Children’s Teeth

Triangle Pediatric Dentistry is a leading pediatrics dentist in Raleigh and Wake Forest.  The experts there explain that flossing should be a […]

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Two Minutes – the Ideal Time to Brush

To promote good dental health in your infants and toddlers, it’s never too early to start caring for their teeth.  […]

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Scheduling Your First Visit

Scheduling Your First Visit Get started early with dental visits!  The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, the American Academy of […]

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Permanent Teeth – The Next Step

What can you expect of the baby teeth schedule as your child grows older?  The first permanent teeth to come in […]

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What to Expect with Baby Teeth

Children’s teeth begin forming before birth and can be affected by any problems encountered during pregnancy. The first teeth to […]

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