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How Oral Piercings Affect Your Child’s Health

Your child may love their body piercings, but they’re more harmful than they appear. Since our mouths contain a large amount of bacteria, someone with pierced tongue, lips, or cheek are more prone to infection and other side effects. Teeth…. Continue Reading →

The 411 On Dental X-rays

You might have heard the rumor that x-rays are dangerous for kids. While being exposed to an excess amount of radiation is unhealthy, dental radiographs are completely safe. And according to the ADA, the amount of x-rays needed depends on… Continue Reading →

A Parents Guide To Fluoride

Did you know that cavities are the most common disease in both children and adults worldwide? Besides frequent dental visits, one of the best and safest ways to prevent your children from getting cavities is fluoride. In our efforts to… Continue Reading →

Most Common Tooth Injuries in Sports

According to the American Dental Assistants Association, five million Americans lose teeth in injuries related to sports. So while getting hurt on the field may be a right of passage, it could also mean serious oral health damage. Here are… Continue Reading →

Recent Reviews: April 2017

Are you looking for a top-rated pediatric dentist for your child? Choose Pediatric Dentistry of Suffolk County – we offer a caring and compassionate approach, in a friendly and calming environment. Besides, we weren’t voted Long Island’s Best Pediatric Dental… Continue Reading →

The Tooth-Friendly Diet

It’s no secret that sticky, sugary, and starchy foods are bad for our teeth, but what CAN you eat in order to protect your mouth? While a healthy diet rich in whole grains, lean proteins, and unsaturated fats will benefit… Continue Reading →

Help Your Kids Go Green

Don’t judge a volunteer by their size. Although your little ones may not be able to help pay the bills or run errands, their small hands can help make a big difference in the world – and we have a… Continue Reading →

Spring Cleaning For Your Smile

Are you in the midst of freshening up your home for the spring and summer months? We usually clean our living spaces, but what about our smiles? Now is the perfect time to polish up those pearly whites!Here are our… Continue Reading →

Common Pediatric Dental Questions

Don’t let the size of your children’s teeth fool you. They may be small, but they’re vital in maintaining their overall health and well-being. We’ve answered a few of the most common pediatric dental questions, so you can feel confident… Continue Reading →

How Stress Affects Your Oral Health

Are you feeling stressed out? Your dentist can tell! According to the Academy of General Dentistry, there’s a direct connection between emotional anxiety and our oral health. If you’re one of the 44 million people suffering from regular anxiety, keep… Continue Reading →

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