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Pacifiers and Thumb Sucking: What You Should Know

If your child sucks on a pacifier or their thumb, then you may be concerned about how this habit could affect their tooth development. In some cases, this habit can be harmful. However, even if your child engages in this habit, their teeth can still come in perfectly fine. Here are some things to know about thumb and pacifier use, how it affects your child’s teeth, and how to stop the habit.

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What Kids Should Know About Protecting Tooth Enamel

Children need to learn how to protect the enamel on their teeth. Although young children may lose their baby teeth over time, the habits they form as young children are likely to continue as they grow up. Kids can easily develop a good habit now than learn how to break a bad one later. As your kids’ permanent teeth grow in, your kids should learn to care for them, too.

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Root Canal Therapy for Kids: An FAQ

Children’s teeth can suffer from an even greater vulnerability to damage or disease than those of adults, due partly to the fact that baby teeth have thinner enamel than permanent teeth. As a result, your child may require occasional treatment for cavities or even infections of the teeth’s root canals.

If you have never thought of root canal therapy as a pediatric dental option, discover what you should know about it. Check out these answers to frequently asked questions about root canal therapy for kids.

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5 Reasons to Leave a Loose Baby Tooth Alone

Losing teeth is a natural and sometimes exciting part of childhood, and parents can guide their children through this natural process in a number of ways. Children love the idea of the tooth fairy, for instance. But just because a baby tooth is loose, that doesn’t mean you need to help it on its way. Sometimes, intervening when a tooth is loose can have a detrimental effect.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Braces for Children

Children who need braces certainly can’t count themselves alone. An estimated 45 percent of children require braces to combat dental problems that impair their bite, speech, or other necessary functions. An additional 30 percent of kids may also benefit from braces purely for cosmetic reasons.

If you suspect that your child may need braces sooner or later, you should learn what you can about these orthodontic devices ahead of time. Check out these answers to some frequently asked questions about braces for children.

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Dental Sedation for Kids: What Parents Should Know

Children require many of the same dental procedures as adults, from routine examinations and cleanings to fillings and oral surgery. Many pediatric dentists administer some degree of sedation, which can greatly facilitate the procedure while giving young patients an easier, less stressful dental experience.

You may feel understandably apprehensive about your kids receiving dental sedation, even if you commonly receive sedation during your own dental appointments. The more you understand about pediatric dental sedation, the more easily you can approach the subject calmly and positively. Here are some key facts to consider if your child needs some degree of sedation during dentistry.

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