Category: Oral Health
Are Premolars Present in Milk or Baby Teeth?
Recently, some of our patients here at Triangle Pediatric Dentistry have asked us whether premolars are present in milk or […]Read More →
Is Lemon Water Bad for Your Teeth?
Many children opt for lemon water over regular water or sparkling water. While lemon water is tasty and refreshing, it is […]Read More →
Is It Normal If My Child’s Adult Teeth Grow In Before They’ve Lost Their Baby Teeth?
You may be concerned if you take a peek in your child’s mouth and notice permanent teeth growing in before they’ve lost […]Read More →
Dentist Approved School Lunches
The Academy of General Dentistry has found that children are not getting the nutrients they need at school in order […]Read More →
Summer Sweets That Won’t Ruin Your Child’s Teeth
Summer is fast approaching. This means, your child will be out of school, enjoying the sunshine and blue skies and […]Read More →
Wake Forest Pediatric Dentist That Can Address Avulsion
Knocked out or avulsed teeth are often the result of a sports injury that has caused severe trauma to the […]Read More →
6 Year Molars Causing Fever and Vomiting
At age 3, your child will likely have all of their baby teeth. Once they turn about 6 years old, their permanent or […]Read More →
Best Mouthpieces for Girls Lacrosse for Teenagers to Avoid Broken Teeth
If your daughter plays girls lacrosse and has braces, you may be wondering what type of mouthpiece can help her avoid […]Read More →
How Do I Know if My Teeth are Impacted
Impacted Teeth. That’s not necessarily something you want your Dentist to say after looking at a couple shots of your […]Read More →
When Do Baby Teeth Get Roots?
If you’ve examined your child’s baby tooth, you may be wondering why you do not see any roots. The reality […]Read More →
What is a Pediatric Dentist?
You can think of the pediatric dentist as the pediatrician of dentistry. After completing four years of dental school a […]Read More →
Types of Trauma
Trauma to baby teeth occurs frequently. Fortunately, most children have little if any visible damage to the baby teeth after […]Read More →
Signs and Symptoms To Watch
The following are signs and symptoms that you should look for in the weeks and months following a trauma that […]Read More →
What to Expect at Your First Visit
We view your child’s first visit as our first opportunity to show your child how fun and exciting dentistry can […]Read More →
Understanding 2 Year Molars
Teething is always an uncomfortable and troubled time for children and when baby molar teeth erupt it’s no different. Thankfully, […]Read More →
Premature Baby Tooth Loss
One of the main purpose of baby teeth is to act as placeholders for permanent teeth. Sometimes a child might […]Read More →
Losing Baby Teeth and The Eruption of 6-Year Molars
Many first-time parents think that just because their child has had an eruption of 2-year molars the baby teething journey […]Read More →
Anatomy and Development of the Mouth and Teeth
It’s quite rare for a baby to be born with teeth. In fact, when it happened to this mom it raised quite […]Read More →
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 […]Read More →
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 […]Read More →
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 […]Read More →
The Best Holiday Gift – Good Dental Health
You might not think of a visit to the dentist in the same breath as this year’s most popular toys […]Read More →
Beware of Mouth Monsters this Halloween!
Beware of Mouth Monsters this Halloween! The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) is the leading authority on children’s oral […]Read More →
Tooth Decay Is the Most Common Childhood Disease
Tooth decay is the breakdown of the enamel on your teeth. It may also be called cavities or even dental […]Read More →
Why Is It Important to Take Care of Baby Teeth?
Baby teeth are, of course, adorable when they appear. They are also essential to the healthy development of your child. […]Read More →