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Is your child’s tooth knocked out? DO NOT PANIC.

* Safely collect the dislodged tooth, clean it with water if there’s any dust and place it in a cup of milk

* Save the tooth as it is, and don’t peel off any attached piece of flesh

* Contact the nearest dentist as soon as possible. The sooner - the better.

Call (408)-DOL-PHIN for all dental emergencies.
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If your child complains about toothache, rinse the affected place with warm salt water and place cold compress. It is important that you do not neglect toothache and take your child to a pediatric dentist for a professional help.
Call (408)-DOL-PHIN in case if you need a professional help.
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Do you know that American Dental Association recommends you take you schedule a dental visit for your child by the time they turn one. Early dental visits ensure good oral health in children, and reduce the risk of serious dental conditions to a greater extent.
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Never let your baby sleep while nursing, or with a bottle in mouth. This will put your baby’s teeth at cavities risk. For best results, clean your baby’s teeth or gums during night before bedtime.
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Always use a soft-bristled toothbrush with small head to clean your infant’s teeth. Clean your baby’s teeth at least once a day, preferably during the bedtime. Brushing teeth daily helps remove plaque on the teeth.
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Do you know that sealants are the cheapest, simplest and painless procedure to protect the chewing teeth from decay?

1. Sealants are a kind of plastic coating applied on the surface of the molars (chewing teeth) that seal the surface of the teeth to prevent the tooth decay.

2. The procedure is short and painless.

3. The sealants have a life span up to 10 years, capable of blocking tooth decay up to 80%.

Protect Your Child's Teeth from Decay! Call (408) - DOL-PHIN 

#pediatricdentistry   #sanjose   #childrensdentistry  
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Is your child afraid of a dentist? Follow these simple steps to help ease your child's fear about dentists!

1. Take your child to a pediatric dentist. They are trained to treat children in particular, and know how to deal with them better.

2. Never ever explain the dental procedures or talk about the needles or drills. Let the dentist answer your child's questions!

3. Don't share any unpleasant dental experiences you or someone you know may have had in the past with your children.

4. Pick a dental office that has lots of toys, games etc for children. 

5. Do some role-playing with your child as a dentist and vice versa!

The fear is a common thing in children, especially during their first few dental visits. The pediatric dentists know how to help your child overcome such fears.
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Do you know? Until the age of sever or eight, most children are not capable of brushing or flossing the teeth perfectly, on their own. It's important you watch your children for their brushing and flossing habits. Keep telling and teaching them about the right brushing/flossing technique. Taking your child to a children's dentist, or community dental events help them understand oral care better in a fun and interactive way!
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Say No to Childhood Cavities with These Simple Preventive Care Steps

1. Make sure your child is brushing and flossing the teeth twice a day, preferably after a meal or snack in the night.

2. Don't let your child sleep with a bottle or sippy cup in the mouth.

3. Limit the intake of the sugary snacks, and prevent it completely particularly during the bed time.

4. Get your child's teeth professionally cleaned at least once in a year.

5. Protect your child's teeth from decay with the help of dental sealants.

Preventive care is easy, cheap and most importantly it is always better than cure!
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