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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Dentist Approved School Lunches

The Academy of General Dentistry has found that children are not getting the nutrients they need at school in order […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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