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Important Pediatric Dental Topics for Your Infant and Toddler

Posted by: Jason Hui, DDS, on August 11, 2013

As discussed in a prior post, not only are early pediatric dental visits for infants and toddlers of paramount importance in building a trusting relationship with dentists, they also serve as an educational meeting with the parents to ensure all preventive measures are taken with at home dental care to promote healthy tooth development and… Read More

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Early Pediatric Dental Visits = Foundation for a Lifetime of Healthy Smiles

Posted by: Jason Hui, DDS, on August 10, 2013

The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends early pediatric dental visits that begin with bringing children to the dentist soon after the first baby tooth comes in, which generally occurs any time between six to twelve months of age.  Baby tooth development continues to occur until three years of age, so it is very important to… Read More

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7 Tips to Curb That Persistent Bad Breath

Posted by: Paragon Dentistry, on June 30, 2013

Certain foods like garlic, milk and eggs can leave odors or bacteria in the mouth that contribute to bad breath, but what if you have a more severe form of bad breath, known as halitosis? Do you know what types of home treatments and habits can improve persistent bad breath? Here are some normal steps… Read More

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Premature Loss of Baby Teeth Can Lead to Crowded Permanent Teeth

Posted by: Jason Hui, DDS, on June 25, 2013

There is often a misconception about baby teeth, as many believe that since they are not permanent and eventually fall out, they are not important and can be electively pulled (as opposed to saved) should any problems arise.  The truth is, not only are baby teeth important for nutrition, they are also crucial in maintaining… Read More

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Acid Reflux Disease May Lead to Erosion of Teeth

Posted by: Jason Hui, DDS, on June 19, 2013

Acid Reflux Disease, also known as Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), is a rather common condition whereby a leaky valve allows the acid from the stomach to seep up into the esophagus, which is the tube that connects the throat to the stomach. Acid reflux presents itself in a variety of ways, ranging from a lack… Read More

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