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As your child's baby teeth get replaced with permanent teeth, you may notice they look crowded, crooked, or that your child has an overbite or underbite. A number of factors affect your child's smile, including inherited genetics, thumb sucking and pacifier use, poor nutrition, and...

What are cavities? Cavities form when bacteria feeds on the sugar left behind on your teeth by the food you eat. As they consume these sugars, they make an acid that dissolves your enamel, eventually making the holes known as cavities. Did you know that...

Selecting a right toothpaste for your children is an important step to ensure their dental and oral health. On the market there are so many toothpaste brands claiming to be best and kid friendly that it becomes overwhelming to decide which one to buy. These...

Baby teeth (also known as deciduous teeth) are your child’s first twenty teeth and most children start losing them around their 6th birthday as they’re replaced by permanent teeth. If your child is losing their baby teeth too early, be sure to see a pediatric dentist to...