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Sunny Smiles Kids Pediatric Dentistry
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Summer days full of play can sometimes end with eyes full of tears. If your child knocks out a baby tooth, contact your pediatric dentist, rinse the mouth and spend time comforting your child rather than looking for the baby tooth. A permanent tooth will soon take its place. =)

Keep all 400 smiles shining year-round by scheduling an appointment with your child’s pediatric dentist every 6 months. =)

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Lifelong dental habits start as soon as your child has a tooth. Establish the right dental health routine with more tips and tricks here: http://www.aapd.org/ =)

Your children’s teeth are as unique as they are. Give them the personalized care and attention they need by keeping them on a 6 month check-up schedule with their pediatric dentist. =)

Sugary beverages such as soda shouldn't be an everyday thing, but they’re okay once in a while as a sweet treat. Try having your child drink it with a straw; it helps keep the sugar away from the teeth. =)

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Goblins, ghouls and cavities… oh my! Encourage your little one to brush two minutes, twice a day to keep those scary Mouth Monsters away.
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Ginger Bite-Us will make your child’s gums inflamed and red! But you can stop her. Learn how to join the fight against the Mouth Monsters here - http://bit.ly/mm_gbu =)

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If a toothbrush is not handy, chewing sugarless gum after meals can help prevent tooth decay – it increases the flow of saliva! What kind of sugarless gum does your child chew to help keep their mouth happy?
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Pack healthy snacks in your child’s lunchbox like fruit, cheese or nuts instead of refined carbohydrates, which can bring on the mouth monsters. =)

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Arrg - it's Talk Like a Pirate Day! Keep pirate grins for pretend-time by taking your child to the pediatric dentist every six months! =)
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