5 Dental Tips For Summmer
Keep your child's mouth healthy this summer, with tips from Dr. KongRead
The Role of Diet and Nutrition in Preventing Cavities in Children
Learn more about cavity prevention and oral health in children through nutrition and dental cleanings.Read
How Do Pediatric Dentists Identify Obstructive Sleep Apnea in Children?
Obstructive sleep apnea is more common than you think in children. Ask our pediatric dentist in Lawrenceville about treatments like oral appliances.Read
Can Early Age Dental Visits Reduce the Cost and Need of Treatments for Children?
A pediatric dental exam is essential as part of a child's development. Learn about this preventive exam and what to expect during an appointment.Read
Can a Pediatric Dental X-Ray Reveal Tooth Decay?
Pediatric dental x-rays can be used to find issues like tooth decay and many other diseases and conditions.Read
Three Ways Dental Sealants Help Protect Your Child's Teeth
Protect your child’s teeth from harmful bacteria by scheduling an appointment for dental sealants.Read
What Can Cause Toothaches in Children?
There are multiple possible causes for toothaches in your child. Dr. Jeni Kong and Dr. Sandra Oh can help you learn more.Read
How Soon Should You Plan a Dental Visit for Your Infant?
Learn when to take your baby to the dentist for their first pediatric dental visit to maintain their oral health and help prevent tooth decay.Read
What Can a Dentist Do About My Child's Cracked Tooth?
A child's cracked tooth requires immediate attention to ensure the best outcome. Find out what to expect from pediatric emergency dentistry.Read
Why Does My Kid's Breath Smell?
Learn the causes of bad breath in a child, such as poor oral hygiene, allergies, tooth disease, and gum disease.Read
What is Laughing Gas and is it Safe to Use on Children?
Nitrous oxide (laughing gas) can help to make dental treatments more comfortable and enjoyable for children.Read
Do I Need to Floss My Toddler's Teeth?
Learn how to maintain your toddler’s dental and oral health with daily dental flossing to remove plaque and tartar from between your child’s teeth.Read
Three Ways to Prepare Your Child for a Dental Cleaning
Pediatric dental cleanings can be a daunting task. However, with these tips, you can help to make the appointment go smoothly.Read
How Can I Treat my Child's Toothache at Home?
Most toothaches in children can initially be treated at home before you take your child to the dentist.Read
What Is Laughing Gas and Is It Safe to Use On Children?
When administered by an experienced professional, nitrous oxide can be a safe and useful sedation option for pediatric dental treatments.Read
How Early Can Kids Develop Cavities?
As soon as your child has teeth, they can develop cavities. Learn how a pediatric dentist can help prevent cavities with a dental cleaning.Read
At What Age Should Parents Begin Brushing Their Child's Teeth?
Keep your child’s smile healthy and strong with routine dental cleanings and good oral hygiene habits at home.Read
How Can Fluoride Treatments Help My Child's Teeth?
Help your child prevent tooth decay and cavities with regular professional fluoride treatments.Read
When Should My Child's Baby Teeth Come In?
Learn when your child’s baby teeth come in and when you should schedule their first pediatric dental appointment.Read
Are Dental Sealants Safe for Children of Any Age?
Dental sealants are applied to healthy molars and help keep children from developing painful cavities. Learn more about who should get them.Read
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