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When keeping your children healthy, it’s important to remember their dental health, too. Children are susceptible to cavities just like adults and should be caring for their teeth regularly to prevent tooth decay. What is a cavity? When a cavity, or hole, develops in a tooth, this is the result of tooth decay. The process…

As your children grow, so do their teeth. From teething babies to teenagers with braces, their teeth grow through a lot. Charlotte Pediatric Dentistry explains the process of tooth development in babies through permanent teeth. Teething Typically babies begin teeth at four to six months old. Teething is genetic and often depends on when the…

There are plenty of things to worry about as a parent, and your children’s teeth shouldn’t be one of them. As your children develop teeth, it’s important to start thinking about how to help care for them. In addition to brushing and flossing regularly, parents should make sure that children are using fluoride to prevent…

As soon as your children start teething, it’s time to start thinking about their dental hygiene and the prevention of tooth decay. When a cavity, or hole, develops in a tooth, this is the result of tooth decay. The process of tooth decay starts with an infection of acid-producing bacteria in a child’s mouth. Charlotte…

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 health. We’re here to set the record straight on some of the most common myths about pediatric dentistry! Myth #1: Children don’t need to see…

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 hygiene appointment that we want to share with you. Knowledge is key to patient comfort and care in and out of the dentist’s…

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 many different physical and psychological aspects of their life. Dental problems cause a lot of pain and strife not just…

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month, a time to educate not only children, but parents, caregivers, teachers, and many others about the importance and benefits of good oral health in children! This year, the American Dental Association (ADA) is taking the month of February to inform the public about the importance of sealants. Seal…

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…

Bringing your child to see the dentist twice a year is not the only component to great oral health care (though we applaud you for that major step!). Continuing to practice dental health habits at home is the majority of the equation, so we have tips to help your child keep their pearly whites looking…

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