Children

Babies and toddlers are at just as much risk of dental decay as an older child or adult, so caring for your baby’s teeth needs to begin at birth. By establishing good oral hygiene habits early, your ...

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Your baby’s first teeth (known as primary teeth) are just as important as their permanent teeth. They help your child to learn to chew, speak properly and most importantly, these teeth reserve the ...

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WHAT IS CDBS?
The Commonwealth Child Dental Benefits Schedule (CDBS) is a dental benefits program for eligible children aged 2–17 years that provides benefits over two years to the child for ...

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Diet plays an important role in the health of your child’s teeth, so developing healthy eating habits early in life will help your child form the building blocks for strong and healthy adult teeth. ...

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Maintaining good oral health during pregnancy might be the last thing on your mind as you deal with food cravings and morning sickness. However, it’s important to look after your teeth and the ADA ...

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Accidents can happen and unfortunately around one third of infants and toddlers suffer oral trauma. The most accident prone time for kids is when they start walking. Accidents usually happen when a child ...

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Why are the baby teeth so important?
It is very important to maintain the health of the primary teeth. Neglected cavities can and frequently do cause pain and/or infection.  When left untreated, ...

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