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Many people don’t consider dental caries to be a disease. However, dental caries, or cavities, are the most common oral disease, and are extremely prevalent in children. In essence, dental caries are the beginning forms of tooth decay cause by bacteria. Learn about what causes...

One of the most important aspects of oral health is brushing your teeth daily. For children, this can be difficult at times. However, choosing the right toothpaste for your child can make brushing become second nature. Learn all about how to pick the best kid-friendly...

When it comes to keeping your child’s teeth healthy, diet can go a long way. Maintaining a balanced diet is essential for overall and oral health. Additionally, eating the right foods can help prevent cavities and unnecessary dental visits in the long run. Here are...

Your child’s early oral development is so important for their future oral health. That includes the most minute details, like a tight frenum. In order to create the ideal oral environment, a laser frenectomy in Boca Raton is sometimes necessary. Keep reading to learn more: What...

Oral care is a key factor in maintaining overall wellness. Long-term oral hygiene habits make for the healthiest teeth and prevent painful issues from arising. However, a lot goes into making an oral care routine effective. Specifically, the right oral care supplies can go a...

If you are unsure of how to go about flossing with your child, your neighborhood Boca Raton Children's Dentistry is here to help! Read on to learn all about introducing your child to healthy flossing habits. What’s the Best Way to Floss? Before you start your child...

Teeth are probably more complex than you think. Read on to learn some interesting facts about the development of your child’s teeth and which children’s dentist in Palm Beach to trust with them! 5 Stages of Tooth Development The Bud Stage – A tooth starts to form...