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Westwood Children's Dentistry
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Did you know that a great white shark can grow up to 20,000 teeth in a lifetime?
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Tooth development first begins in utero and comes to an end around 20 years later, with the eruption of the permanent third molars or “wisdom teeth”.
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Good dental habits provide a strong foundation for a lifetime of oral health. Teaching children the basics of a healthy diet and proper oral hygiene can benefit their smile and improve their overall health and sense of well-being.
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According to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, tooth decay is the single most common chronic childhood disease. Over 50% of 5-to-9- year-olds and 78% of 17-year-olds have at least one cavity or filling!
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Check out this 5 star Google My Business review by Rosa Estrada:
The dentist is great is very patient with kids.
See the review on Google My Business by clicking the link below.

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Check out this 5 star Google My Business review by Vanessa Ibarra:
Love Dr. K my kids are always excited to come to their visits.
See the review on Google My Business by clicking the link below.

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Here’s another reason to take good care of your child’s teeth: unlike a broken bone or injury to another part of the body, a damaged tooth can’t heal itself. That’s why we use fillings and other kinds of dental work to rebuild teeth and restore their appearance and function.
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Modern toothpaste has only existed for about 100 years. Before then, people resorted to using materials such as charcoal, ashes, chalk and lemon juice!
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Sugar-laden soft drinks are bad for your teeth - some popular soda brands have over 40 grams of sugar per serving! Consuming that much sugar can damage dental enamel and cause tooth decay.
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Check out this Facebook review by Gracie Guerrero Aguirre:
I love this place! Great with kids!!! and very friendly.
See the review on Facebook by clicking the link below.
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