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Frenectomy

What is Safe to Eat After a Frenectomy?

If your child has a short or thick frenulum that restricts the tongue’s movement, they may have a tongue tie, and have been recommended for a frenectomy procedure. Many babies are born with tongue-ties, and parents notice the child has issues when they eat, speak, or breastfeed. A frenectomy is a simple procedure that helps

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Autistic Children

What Should I Look for In a Dentist That Treats Autistic Children?

Choosing a pediatric dentist for your child is very important. Parents want to know that their child will receive the care they need if the child requires special needs. For patients that require special needs, parents must find a dentist they feel comfortable with. At Art of Pediatric Dentistry, we provide exceptional dental care for

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Is Teeth Whitening Safe for Children?

As children grow older and their permanent teeth erupt, their teeth can look dull or yellow in color. Many parents inquire about teeth whitening for their children. In some cases, the yellow color is due to what your child eats or drinks, poor dental hygiene, or decay. The good news is teeth whitening can be

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Is it Normal to Defer to a Pediatric Dentist for Fillings?

If your child has severe decay or an infection, you may think the only solution would be the pull the primary tooth. Instead, your dentist can treat the inside of the baby tooth to save the tooth by performing a root canal. There are many benefits to saving primary teeth, and keeping them in your

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Put a Crown on a Baby Tooth

Is it Reasonable to Put a Crown on a Baby Tooth?

If your child has cavities, you may be wondering what can be done to save their teeth. At Art of Pediatric Dentistry, we have years of pediatric dentistry experience, and are trained to work with children. Cavities are common in children, and some children are prone to them more than others. If a child has

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Root Canal Treatment for a 3-year-old Baby

Is Root Canal Treatment Necessary for a 3-year-old Baby?

If your child has severe decay or an infection, you may think the only solution would be the pull the primary tooth. Instead, your dentist can treat the inside of the baby tooth to save the tooth by performing a root canal. There are many benefits to saving primary teeth, and keeping them in your

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