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6 Myths About Pediatric Dentistry

If you’ve ever Googled questions about pediatric dentistry, you’ve likely found a lot of conflicting information about what you should and shouldn’t do when it comes to your child’s dental [...]

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Meet Dr. Nate Shaw

Credentials, experience, and associations are extremely important aspects to look for in a pediatric dentist. What makes one stand out from the other? WHO they are. Our Doctor Spotlight series [...]

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Dental Health Concerns and Tips for Teens

The adolescent years can be challenging for your teenager. Between making new friends, keeping up with extracurricular activities and schoolwork, and obvious outward physical changes, dental care [...]

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Bring Your Smiles to Harrisburg Pediatric Dentistry

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 [...]

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Tips for Teething Babies

Teething – a painful yet necessary milestone in your baby’s early life. Though every child is different, many experience similar signs of teething. Many of us at Charlotte Pediatric [...]

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What to Expect During A Dental Hygiene Appointment

Routine dental hygiene visits are important for your child’s dental health. Each child’s needs are different, and we tailor each visit to meet those needs. There are some important basics of a [...]

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5 Fun Books For Kids About Dentistry

Sometimes our kids need a little extra help with tasks that don’t interest them – or in this case, proper brushing and flossing. As parents, it can be difficult to come up with creative [...]

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5 Healthy Foods That Aren’t Good For Your Teeth

Many foods that are touted as “healthy” are not-so-healthy for your little one’s smile. Excess sugar and unhealthy fat lurks in many unsuspecting foods. Sugar sticks to your child’s teeth and [...]

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Is Your Child’s Dental Health Affecting Their Schoolwork?

You often hear us talk about the importance of a healthy smile, but what does dental health neglect really look like for children? The truth is, the health of your child’s teeth and gums affects [...]

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Smile for National Children’s Dental Health Month

During the month of February, the American Dental Association creates a campaign for National Children’s Dental Health Month. This year’s campaign gives us the perfect opportunity to highlight [...]