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If you were surprised to hear the dentist say your child has a cavity – you’re not alone. Unfortunately even children who brush their teeth twice a day can still get cavities. This could be from lack of rinsing, flossing, or too many sugary foods and drinks. Cavities are one of the most common dental…

After years managing your baby’s discomfort and pain while their teeth cut and push through their gums – the time comes for them to fall out. At age six or seven, your child will start experiencing loose, wiggly teeth because their permanent teeth are ready to come in. This could be an uncomfortable experience for…

As you help your child brush their teeth, or supervise them while they brush their teeth themselves, there are a few teeth you should be ensuring get brushed well. Due to their shape, there are several teeth that are more likely to form cavities than others. Charlotte Pediatric Dentistry explains why these teeth form more…

Dear patients, families and friends of Charlotte Pediatric Dentistry, We feel that our most important responsibility as pediatric dental leaders is to protect the overall health of our patients, families and the community.  After careful consideration of recent guidelines released by the American Dental Association and the North Carolina Dental Board and in order to do…

An Important Message to our Charlotte Pediatric Dentistry and Harrisburg Pediatric Dentistry families. We are closely monitoring the guidance of the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control regarding the spread of the Coronavirus. Our focus is to ensure we meet the needs of our patients while doing our part to keep you,…

Have you noticed your child grinds their teeth? Also known as bruxism, this behavior is not uncommon for children. In fact, bruxism is one of the most common sleep disorders. While some may believe that teeth grinding in children stems from anxiety or emotional distress, most pediatric dentists suspect it is due to pain a…

From birth, children have a natural sucking reflex. This instinct is for babies to eat and to soothe themselves, and that sometimes includes sucking on their hands and fingers. It is not uncommon for babies to start sucking on their thumb when looking to soothe themselves. This habit is typically broken when babies are around…

Free Doctor’s Exam for New Patients 7 years and under At this free exam, our doctors will provide a comprehensive assessment of your child’s teeth, gums, lips, and tongue. They will also offer projections of future facial growth and development, as well as discuss the dietary challenges and provide solutions. Of course, our doctors will…

We’re excited to announce that Charlotte Pediatric Dentistry is expanding – again! Part of our mission is to consistently provide the highest standard of dental care possible. We strive to accomplish this with convenience, pediatric dentistry education, and open lines of communication. Building trust and relationships is what our success hinges upon. We take your…

The foundation of a child’s health starts with the decisions we make for them. As parents, we are responsible for giving our kids the best possible start to life so they can continue to practice good habits throughout the course of their lives. Choosing a pediatric dentist is a crucial part to structuring a healthy…

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