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4 Signs Your Child Has a Dental Emergency

Dental emergencies can be frightening for both children and parents, but it's important to be prepared and know what to do in the event of an emergency. Dental emergencies can be unpredictable and often occur when you least expect them. Understanding the different types of dental emergencies can help you better handle the situation and provide the necessary care to... read more »

What Can Cause Discomfort in the Mouth in Children?

As children are growing up, discomfort in the roof of the mouth can be a common oral health issue. Several factors can cause these symptoms, including infections, allergies, sores, orthodontic problems, and trauma, and understanding the causes is important to provide proper care and prevent further complications. How Should a Healthy Mouth Roof Look? A healthy upper mouth, also called... read more »

What to Do When Your Child Has Heavy Bleeding From The Mouth?

Most cuts and bruises on the upper lips happen from falls. The most typical lip injury is a tear of the skin attaching the upper lip to the gum. Cuts on the lower lip usually result from catching the lip between teeth during a fall, which can sometimes—but very rarely—completely penetrate the skin below the bottom lip. Because of the... read more »

What to Do When Your Child Gets a Dental Injury During Sport?

Sports are a formative aspect of many young children’s lives, providing a time when they can exercise, hang out with friends, and engage in a potentially lifelong hobby. However, it’s also true that a significant number of pediatric dental emergencies happen while playing sports, with the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry estimating that sports accidents account for 10 to 39... read more »

Dental Extrusion: How You Can Help Your Child?

It’s an unfortunate fact of life, but pediatric dental emergencies are common in children. One of the more uncommon types of dental emergency/injury, however, is called a tooth extrusion, where a permanent tooth becomes dislodged from the structures holding it in place but does not fully vacate the socket. When a tooth extrusion happens, it’s vital to find care quickly... read more »

What to Do If Your Child Has a Dental Emergency?

Dental emergencies can happen at any time—especially to children. While this can be a scary thought, it means that it’s important to familiarize yourself with the best course of action to take when they happen, and rest assured that a qualified dentist is well-equipped to treat pediatric dental emergencies. Below are a few situations that can be considered dental medical... read more »

Dental Hygiene: Tips for Managing Your Child’s Dental Care at Home

Every parent knows it’s a great feeling to see your child smile—but those precious smiles need to be cared for! Children’s dental health is an important part of their developmental process, and forming good oral care habits starts much earlier than many parents might realize. Proper kids’ dental care is crucial to forming strong, healthy teeth, as well as preventing... read more »

How Often Should Children See the Dentist to Keep Their Teeth Healthy?

Scheduling children’s dental care can be a mystery to new parents—and with good reason. There’s a misconception that, because children’s baby teeth will simply fall out, dental care isn’t as important with babies and toddlers as it is with older children, but this isn’t the case! There are plenty of reasons for toddlers (and even babies) to see the dentist... read more »

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