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Steckler Pediatric Dentistry
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Confused about how much toothpaste to use for your child? When the first tooth appears, use a smear of toothpaste, about the size of a grain of rice. When your child have a few more teeth, begin brushing their teeth with a pea-sized amount of toothpaste. Happy brushing! #toothlove
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We work to make our dental practice a safe and gentle place for children with special health care needs. Give us a call to see how we can help your child.
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Now that school is back in full gear, and families are getting back on a schedule, be sure to make brushing 2 minutes, twice a day a priority in your school routine! #2min2x
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Did you know that as pediatric dentists, we are specifically trained to care for your child's oral health throughout the various phases of childhood? In fact, we go through additional training to learn how to treat the unique oral care needs of children - during the phase of life when most change occurs.
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Flossing young teeth can be hard, especially if your child has new permanent teeth with wide gaps. Dental tape is a great solution to floss teeth with larger gaps. Dental tape is wide and flat and designed to be gentle on exposed gums. The width of dental tape makes it easier for small hands to grasp it, and makes it more forgiving when children use too much pressure while flossing. #toothlove
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Flossing young teeth can be hard, especially if your child has new permanent teeth with wide gaps. Dental tape is a great solution to floss teeth with larger gaps. Dental tape is wide and flat and designed to be gentle on exposed gums. The width of dental tape makes it easier for small hands to grasp it, and makes it more forgiving when children use too much pressure while flossing. #toothlove
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X-rays were discovered in 1895 by Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen, who was a Professor at Wuerzburg University in Germany. The first dental X-ray was taken in 1987, when Trophy Radiology in France introduced the world's first intraoral X-rays imaging sensor. #ToothLove #DentalHistory
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