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Different Categories of Orthodontic Treatments

Orthodontics is a branch of dentistry that concentrates on correcting the teeth and jaw structure of a patient, helping them to improve their smiles. Many people, including children, suffer from problems like crooked teeth that cause chewing problems, smiling troubles, and overall health issues.

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Things Everyone Should Be Aware Of About Scaling And Root Planing

No matter how much you brush your teeth, you cannot get rid of plaque and tartar that gets accumulated below the gum line. To get rid of such deposition, you need deep cleaning by a reliable dentist. This deep cleaning goes by the name scaling and root planing.

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The Significance of Early Orthodontic Assessment for a Child

Have you spent a moment pondering about your kid’s oral well-being? The orthodontics in El Paso, TX says that you must take your child to the orthodontist as early as the age of seven. There are many reasons why taking your child to the dentist is essential.

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5 Reasons Why Taking Your Child to the Dentist Is Important

Despite following rigorous dental care, our teeth are susceptible to infections, damages and other dental emergencies as we age. True dental care begins from childhood. While parents worry about their child's physical health, often they tend to overlook the significance of dental care at an early age.

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Five Things All Parents Need To Know About Their Kid's Teeth

Your kid's teeth deserve special care. After all, teeth are going to help your kid speak, chew, and bite. You must know what measures you should take to make sure your kid's teeth are healthy. Here you'll find five important things you as a parent should know about your kid's teeth.

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Crooked Teeth & It's Aftermath on Your Child

Crooked teeth not only impact the appearance of your child, but could also lead to poor oral hygiene. There are a number of reasons that attributes to your child having crooked teeth. Inadequate nutrition, certain myofunctional habits such as sucking the thumb or thrusting the tongue.

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How safe is your child's dental visits during the Covid-19 pandemic

The COVID 19 pandemic has left a lot of us confused. One of the confusions is:" How safe is it to take your children to the dentist during a pandemic?". Dental hygiene is very important for children. But Parents are worried about the safety of their children during dental visits.

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Your Kid Needs No Normal Dentist, Rather A Pediatric Dentist

As parents, we give our little ones the best clothes, the best food, the best toys, the best school, the best pediatrician and the best pediatric dentist. But, why choose a pediatric dentist and not just the best dentist?

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What Is a Good Time for Kids to Get Braces?

Studies have found that many people can avoid dental problems in the future by having orthodontics as a child or teenager. We're here to clean up any questions you have about how to know if your child needs braces.

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The Importance of Oral Health Care for Your Kid's

Good oral health care is essential for your children from before they get their first teeth. As a parent, you play a vital role in helping your children establish proper oral hygiene and smile that lasts a lifetime.

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What Are The Latest Advances in Braces?

Modern orthodontic treatment has advanced in many ways. Orthodontic appliances have come a long way from the days of wrapping wires around the teeth to hold them into a new position.

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Why Is a Night Time Bottle Bad for My Child's Teeth?

One of the most common questions we get from parents is if a night time bottle is bad for their child's teeth? Does it cause baby bottle tooth decay? Here, we will be discussing why a bedtime bottle isn't a good idea.

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What Can I Do to Decrease My Child's Chances of Getting Cavities?

All children can be at risk of getting cavities, and many factors can contribute to the incidence of cavities. According to the CDC, it is found that tooth decay remains one of the most common childhood diseases. Here we will discuss some of the preventive measures you can apply to help prevent cavities.

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Why should I choose an orthodontist to do my braces or my child's braces?

Dentists and orthodontists provide professional care that help patients maintain good oral health, and both are dental school graduates. General dentists care for problems with the teeth and gums.....

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Why should I choose a pediatric dentist for my child?

Most parents have a trusted family general dentist that they see for their dental needs. Children's unique dental needs are best trusted to a pediatric dentist. This is a dentist who specializes in dentistry for children....

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The psychological benefits of a beautiful smile

If you are maintaining proper oral hygiene and visiting the dentist regularly to avoid decay, cavities and gum diseases. It is good practice for oral health as well as overall health...

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You are never too old for braces

Did you miss out on having braces when you were a child or teenager? There is nothing to worry about because it's never too late to get braces to straighten your teeth. As an adult, you may have a better opportunityn...

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How to help create healthy teeth

Brushing teeth: One of the necessary life skills parents teach their kids is brushing teeth. Kids love to mimic their parent so while brushing, parents must show their kids correct brushing techniques.

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Braces are more than just to straighten teeth

When you hear the word braces, you probably think irregular/uneven teeth get straightened and it is true. But orthodontic treatment with braces also has various benefits that are often overlooked.

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When should my child see an orthodontist?

Baby teeth set the foundation for permanent teeth and their proper position. Parents should start taking care of their child’s oral health when the first tooth erupts. But as the baby teeth make way for a permanent set then you child may need an orthodontist, who is trained to align and straighten the teeth.

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Methods to relax children for dental treatment - Use of sedation and Nitrous Oxide (Laughing Gas) in pediatric dentistry

Dental fear and anxiety is a common problem among children and they are usually scared of the dentist office. At a young age, keeping oral health in good condition is very important

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Importance of primary (baby) teeth

Even though primary teeth eventually fallout, that doesn't mean that they are not important. Primary teeth play an important role in your child's overall health, development and well-being.

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Drinks to Avoid During the Hot Summer Months

It is important to be concerned about your child's health while they're playing sports, outside with friends or outside in the summer heat. It is important that they stay properly hydrated. Many of today's choices of drinks for kids look deceptively healthy but are not.

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Foods your dentist wants you to avoid

It is important to have a varied diet, but some foods are less tooth- friendly and could put your oral health at danger. Of course, it is not easy to eliminate all the “dangerous” foods and drinks from our diet but we can minimize the potential dangers.

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How to clean your braces?

Before you brush, rinse with water. This can help loosen any food lodged in and around the braces. When you're ready to brush, start by brushing at the gumline at a 45-degree angle.

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Your Child's First Dental Visit

After the child’s first birthday, it is important to schedule their first dental visit. The first dental visit is very important for parents to help them understand proper oral care for their child.

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Questions Related To Caring For Braces

Caring braces is caring the teeth. Usually, those who are wearing braces, a thick white or yellow layer is build around their brackets. So, if the proper caring is not done that may lead to tooth decay, discoloration and gum disease.

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How To Care For Your Toddler's Teeth

Although your toddler's teeth are eventually going to be replaced by permanent teeth, it doesn't mean that you can ignore their oral health. Even before the teeth begin to come in, develop the habit of cleaning your baby's mouth at least once a day with a soft cloth.

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5 Reasons to Take Your Child to the Orthodontist

Have you ever wonder, when is the right time to take your child to Orthodontist? Here we have given the five reasons to take your child to a dentist today.

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How To Brush Your Teeth

Keeping a clean mouth helps prevent cavities, infection and gum disease. Cultivate the habit of taking care of your child/children’s teeth as soon as the first tooth erupts. Ideally, the teeth should be brushed after every time we eat or drink. This is because the teeth are exposed to acids and bacteria that are in the food and drinks.

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How do You Know If You Need Braces?

Perhaps you feel your teeth are not perfectly straight, or you think your bite could be adjusted. It’s quite possible that braces and other orthodontic treatments might be the right choice for you. As an orthodontic professional, Dr. Bowden will be able to determine the best options for your oral health and cosmetic appearance.

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Common Questions Parents Have About Their Children’s Teeth

Pediatric dentists are the pediatricians of dentistry. A pediatric dentist has two to three years specialty training following dental school and limits his/her practice to treating children only. Pediatric dentists are primary and specialty oral care providers for infants and children through adolescence, including those with special health needs.

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Benefits of Dental Braces for Orthodontic Treatment

Well aligned teeth have many more benefits than the obvious cosmetic benefits. There are many benefits to having well aligned teeth as well as a well aligned bite.

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Private Practitioner vs. Corporate Dentistry: Which is best for you?

There is definitely a huge difference between corporate owned dental practices and private dental practices. There are a number of compelling reasons why the choice of choosing a private practitioner over corporate dentistry should be an obvious one.

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Braces Vs Clear Aligners: From a Practice That Offers Both

If you desire to straighten your teeth, or your kid’s teeth, you may have many questions. Which treatment best suits me? Which is effective? Which is more affordable? Ultimately, you need to make a decision when undergoing orthodontic treatment – choosing between dental braces and clear aligners (Invisalign)

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Adult Orthodontics: Never too late to go straight!!!

Healthy teeth can be straightened at any age, so you are never too old to wear braces. Straight teeth and a nice smile are an important part of confidence-boosting.

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What age should my child see an Orthodontist?

The transition from primary teeth to permanent teeth is one of the crucial stages. Baby teeth lay the foundation for the permanent teeth and their correct position. This is the reason why an orthodontic checkup of your child’s mouth is important while they still have baby teeth.

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When should I start using toothpaste with fluoride?

Isn't it so exciting when your baby's first tooth pops out of their gums. Then they smile at you with their bright little chomper! As a concerned parent, you should take care of your baby's oral care right from the start and make their dental care a pleasant experience.

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Dental Sealants: Seal Out Tooth Decay

Dental sealants are coatings that are usually applied on the chewing surface of the permanent back teeth. The sealant quickly bonds into the grooves of the teeth to form a protective film over the enamel of each tooth to protect them from decay.

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Why should I take my child to a Children's Specialist?

When it comes to child's oral health, there is no better time than now to start practicing good oral hygiene. Pediatric dental care makes sure that your child's teeth stay healthy and free from various dental diseases.

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When should a child first see a dentist?

One of the most frequently asked question by guardians or parents is, when should my child first see a dentist? The American Dental Association and the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry suggest that as soon a child's first tooth erupts in the mouth a child should see a dentist. In other words, not later than age one or two. It is also recommended not to wait until all the teeth have come in, or until a real problem occurs.

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Things that dental visit can do for you

By now you should have known the importance of dental visits. Besides brushing and flossing your teeth and gums, biannual dental checkup is one of the best things which you can do for a better oral health. If oral health is taken care as it should be then it would be better for your overall health too. Thus taking good care of your mouth is eventually taking care of your whole body.

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Ways to Protect Your Child's Teeth

The parents should ensure that every child or kid get the maximum and excellent oral care in their childhood. It is the parent's responsibility to inform the kid about the oral hygiene and care required such that the kids do not face any sort of discomfort arising out of teeth problems.

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