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How Parents Can Help Prevent Tooth Decay

One thing that concerns many dental savvy parents is whether or not their child is getting enough fluoride. In the United States this isn’t generally a concern, as the water in most municipal areas has had fluoride added. Those who get their water from a well or who don’t drink city water may find themselves […]

How Xylitol Can Benefit Your Child’s Oral Health

Caring for your child’s teeth can be challenging, but caring for their teeth is an essential part of improving their oral health over time and ensuring they have healthy teeth in the future. Even with numerous reminders to brush their teeth, helping them understand why brushing their teeth is important, sometimes encouraging them through other […]

Why Your Child Can Benefit From Early Orthodontic Treatment

For many parents with children, it’s often confusing why many dentists and orthodontists recommend early orthodontic treatment. For some, parents often refuse to take their children to an orthodontist because they don’t see the reasons behind the treatment. According to the American Dental Association, the recommended age for a child’s first visit to an orthodontist […]

Foods and Beverages That Can Harm Your Child’s Teeth

Your child’s teeth are at a prime area of development; with so many varieties of food items for your child to enjoy, one aspect of being a conscientious parent is caring about what your child eats. When your child begins to ask the question “Mom/Dad, may I have this please?” one of the choices you […]

What is Enamel Hypoplasia?

Have you ever noticed that some children experience a higher rate of cavities than others, no matter how much they brush? While poor oral hygiene can certainly play a role, this can occur even in those who have exquisite oral health practices. When cavities occur in those who carefully brush on a regular basis, there’s […]

The Best Dental Supplies for Children

Getting children to brush consistently can be challenging, and even the most involved parents may find themselves running into a wall trying to teach good dental hygiene. Research has shown that the right products help keep kids engaged and get them excited about proper dental hygiene. Here at Smiling Kids Pediatric Dentistry in Noblesville, IN, […]

Why to Consider Dental Sealants For Your Child

Parents wondering if dental sealants make a difference for their child’s dental health, but we’re here to tell you that it absolutely does! Dental sealants, for those who don’t know, are a white resin material that’s painted and sealed into the grooves of the teeth, and help seal the tooth from bacteria and food particles. […]

The Importance of Teaching Your Children About Dental Hygiene

The first few years of a person’s life is an important formative period for lifelong oral health habits. Studies have revealed that habits surrounding brushing their teeth to food choices find their roots during the first two years. Those who experience cavities in their primary, or baby, teeth show a higher tendency to have oral […]

The Five Stages of Teething

For new parents who constantly worry about the health of their newborn, the question of teeth come into play as an ever-living nightmare. When will the baby’s first set of teeth come in? How do you handle the uncomfortable experience that’s teething for your kid? When will your kid be able to eat more solid […]

Why Baby Teeth Are Important

Just because baby teeth fall out as a natural part of the growing process doesn’t mean they don’t serve a purpose and aren’t essential to care for. Throughout your child’s development, the baby teeth help to develop proper speaking habits, ensure that they’ll have healthy permanent teeth and that the position and alignment of those […]

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