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You can usually begin flossing once your child's teeth are touching each other, but they likely won't be able to floss on their own until they are 8 to 10 years old.
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Most children stop sucking their thumbs on their own by the time they are four and a half. If your child doesn’t, you may need to try to help them break the habit.
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Establishing good oral health habits early on will help encourage lifelong patterns.
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What is Nitrous Oxide?
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With the many choices in toothbrushes designed for kids, establishing the habit of regular brushing is made a lot easier.
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Here are the top reasons why a tooth extraction may be deemed necessary in children that are under the age of 18.
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Start cleaning your child's mouth even before her teeth come in.
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Let’s go through the types of braces for teenage patients.
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When your child drinks milk or eats yogurt or cheese -- which are rich in calcium, vitamin D, and phosphate -- it raises the pH level in his mouth, lowers acid levels, and reduces the risk of tooth decay. 
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Did you know you can take a professional home whitening kit with you the next time you visit the pediatric dentist office.
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