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Missing Teeth and Their Oral Health Implications

Posted on June 4, 2021

The American Association of Orthodontics recommends seeing a professional whenever you have orthodontic problems. But ideally, it shouldn’t be later than age seven. One problem we sometimes see in children is missing teeth. Missing teeth can cause a wide range of problems including misalignment or crooked teeth. Additionally, your child may experience difficulty chewing food… Read more »


What Causes Cavities in Children?

Posted on May 4, 2021

More than four out of 10 children will develop cavities by the time they start kindergarten. According to the CDC, dental cavities remain the most common chronic disease of children ages six to 11. Unfortunately, not only do they cause discomfort, but they can lead to chronic oral health problems in the future. Here is… Read more »


Why Early Childhood Dental Visits are Important

Posted on April 29, 2021

Watching your child’s teeth grow is a fantastic milestone for any parent. They can start flashing that adorable grin when they only have a couple of teeth, and it instantly melts your heart. But, as soon as this happens, it’s not uncommon to have concerns about their oral health, especially when you notice something that’s… Read more »


6 Tips to Calm Your Kid’s Fear of the Dentist

Posted on April 29, 2021

It probably comes as no surprise that some kids are scared to go to the dentist. A visit to the dentist is a little like a visit to the doctor—kids don’t know what to expect, and they’re afraid it will hurt. But, frequent visits to the pediatric dentist are crucial for good oral health. So,… Read more »


4 Reasons Your Toddler Should See a Dentist

Posted on April 2, 2021

Did you know that your child should have their first pediatric dentist visit by the age of 1? According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, your child should have an appointment by then, or within 6 months of their first tooth eruption. While that may seem young, there are several reasons that it’s necessary…. Read more »


6 Common Children’s Oral Health Problems

Posted on February 22, 2021

Children have unique oral health problems because their teeth are still developing. If there are signs of dental complications, you mustn’t procrastinate your visit to the dentist. Otherwise, your little one may develop cavities, canker sores, or misalignments. In this article, we examine some of the dental issues that are common in children. 1. Loss… Read more »


When Should Your Child See the Orthodontist?

Posted on November 23, 2020

When should you make an appointment with a children’s orthodontist? A lot of parents ask this question. According to the experts, the sooner the better. Making an appointment to see a children’s orthodontist as soon as there are questions or concerns about the alignment of your child’s teeth is the best way to correct the… Read more »


3 Crucial Reasons Your Child Should See a Dentist Early On

Posted on September 29, 2020

Experts recommend visiting the dentist within the first six months after the patient’s first teeth erupt. These early dental visits can play a substantial role in their overall oral health to establish good oral hygiene habits. Research shows that untreated tooth decay in milk teeth (or baby teeth) is one of the top ten most… Read more »


5 Signs Your Child Should See a Pediatric Dentist

Posted on April 30, 2020

As a parent, you’d do anything to ensure the health of your child. One of the best ways to protect your child’s well-being is to prioritize healthy oral care habits. But while many of these duties can be performed at home under your supervision, there’s really no substitute for seeing a pediatric dentist Pembroke Pines… Read more »


Meet Priti!

Posted on January 6, 2016

Want to know more about our office manager, Priti? Read more about her below! What is your favorite part about your job? I love talking to all the kids, finding out about them and what makes them happy. I also love teaching my team so they can reach their true potential. My challenging and most… Read more »


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