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Every kid loves Halloween, but their teeth don't! It's okay to eat sweets once in a while, but be sure to monitor your child's candy intake to prevent cavities this Halloween! https://lddg.co/2zCC92k #pediatricdentistry #healthyhabits #kidsteeth #toothtips
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Dental emergencies are no laughing matter. Toothaches, missing or fractured teeth are just some of the problems you should look out for. Be sure to contact your dentist immediately if you notice any of these issues! https://lddg.co/2NQnqJW #pediatricdentistry #healthyhabits #kidsteeth #toothtips
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A child's first dental visit is a big moment in their lives! At Pasternack Pediatric, we want to make sure your first visit with us is as swell as your child's smile! Learn more on how to prepare with the link below. https://lddg.co/2OpY70G #pediatricdentistry #healthyhabits #kidsteeth #toothtips
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Does your child grind his or her teeth? We call it Bruxism, and about 2 or 3 children out of 10 experience it. Request an appointment today to see how we can curb your kid's grinding! https://lddg.co/2xWd1BH #pediatricdentistry #healthyhabits #kidsteeth #toothtips
Baby Grinding Teeth | Bruxism
Baby Grinding Teeth | Bruxism
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We love to put kids first! At our child-friendly office, complete with games, toys and posters, we make sure your child is comfortable, especially if they're a bit scared for dental checkup! https://lddg.co/2QePL9u #pediatricdentistry #healthyhabits #kidsteeth #toothtips
Office Tour - Pasternack Pediatric Dental
Office Tour - Pasternack Pediatric Dental
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Does your child scream bloody murder as soon as they get into the dental chair? Skipping appointments ins't an option, but pediatric sedation dentistry is! Your child can come in, take a quick nap, and leave with a healthy smile!
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Every child starts growing their teeth at a different pace, but most kids will see their first teeth come through at around 6-8 months of age. A slower timeline is not necessarily a bad thing, but if you have any questions, don't hesitate to call Pasternack!
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A healthy diet is hugely important to a strong smile! Eating foods like yogurt, string cheese, and fruits can help lead to a life of healthy teeth!
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Thumb sucking is a very common phenomenon with kids under four years old. If the habit persists beyond the eruption of primary teeth, it can have a serious impact on your child's smile. If they do not drop it on their own, work with your child to break the habit.
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If your child's permanent tooth gets knocked out, it is important to act quickly to preserve the affected tooth. Handle the missing tooth by the crown (chewing surface), not the root. Do not wrap it in a napkin. Instead place it in a saucer of milk, or if necessary, your child's saliva. The, contact your pediatric dentist ASAP.
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