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Child's Dentist

Need a great kid dentist? We have plenty of family dentistry practices that work well with children.

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Family Dentistry

Family dentistry is a tooth-care time-saver. What's even better is that we can help you find a family dentist the whole family will love in no time!

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Family Dentists

Need a family dentist? We'll help you find a family dentistry office that offers the services you need in a location that's convenient for you.

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Kid Dentist

A great kid dentist combines gentle dental care with specialized skills. To find a kid dentist you can rely on through the teen years, call us!

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Thumb-Sucking Alert: Potential Problems, Possible Solutions

For many infants and toddlers, thumb-sucking is a natural thing to do; many use it to calm and soothe themselves. After the age of 4, it can be harmful. Find out what to do.

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Helping Kids Love the Dentist

Kids aren't pre-wired with a fear of the dentist. Check out our five simple ideas to help ensure your little one's relationship with the dentist gets off to a good start.

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Identifying Teething Symptoms and Giving Your Little One Relief

Understanding the symptoms related to teething can help ease this phase for you and your baby. Learn what you can do to give your infant relief when teething symptoms occur.

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Pacifiers and Bottles: Can Comfort Cause Complications?

Many children use pacifiers and bottles for feeding and soothing. But they can pose a threat to your child's baby teeth, permanent teeth and speech development after prolonged use.

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Dental Care Checklist - Kids

It's never too early to start building healthy dental care habits! Learn simple ways to protect against tooth decay and find out when your little one should see an orthodontist.

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Battle Over Baby Teeth: 1800Dentist.com

Losing baby teeth is a rite of passage for nearly every person on earth and typically nature will kick into gear and allow for the  shedding milk teeth typically starts starting at age six. However, thanks to the rise of tooth decay and cavities in children, more of those teeth are being extracted by professional dentists.

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