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7 Tips for Kids Oral Care

As a parent, you want the best for your kids, but the sad truth is that many kids don’t really care about long-term dental health. When you’re a kid, “long-term” means how many days it is till Saturday. With adults, it’s different since you can reason with them, but kids are usually unreasonable. Parents have […]

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More Than Baby Teeth – 6 Common Kids Teeth Woes (And How to Avoid Them)

Kids are like mini-tornadoes, full of energy, and sometimes mild destruction anywhere they land. In the midst of all these are their teeth. Healthy Children mentions that, on average, baby teeth come in around six to twelve months. A kid usually holds onto those baby teeth for a few years, and then they’re replaced. They’re […]


WISE WORDS ON WISDOM TEETH

A long time ago, people grew up faster than they do nowadays. That is, if they were lucky enough to grow up at all.  By the age of 20, a person was taken as a full-fledged adult. There wasn’t much choice. Life was a lot tougher then. Lifespans were shorter. Parents expected their offspring to […]

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FAMILY DENTAL CARE IN ROYAL PALM BEACH

A family dentist’s office is the go-to resource for every family member’s needs. From the earliest pediatric care for babies to geriatric issues of grandparents. Some situations, of course, require highly specialized treatments by dedicated specialists. Most people, however, will find all they need through family dental care in Royal Palm Beach.   YOUR DENTAL […]


PLAIN DENTAL PAIN

  The most dentistry-challenged person in town knows what to do in the event of a true dental emergency. You get yourself to a dentist as soon as you possibly can. This is self-evident, not debatable, and cannot be ignored. Dental emergencies take command with severe, unrelenting pain and/or other dramatic symptoms, and will not […]


Pediatric Dental Services: What You Should Know

All children need dental care. From the time the first tooth erupts, until adult wisdom teeth develop, they should see a Pediatric Dentist regularly. Here are some of the services a Pediatric dentist will offer to you and your children. Help with teething and pain relief When your baby is around six months old, the first […]