Month January 2018

Flossing Facts

Dentists remind us all the time about the importance of flossing, yet some of us don’t take flossing seriously. Surprisingly, flossing is more essential to our oral hygiene than brushing. Flossing takes much less time than brushing does, too. Flossing… Continue Reading →

A Teething Timeline

Infants tend to grow their teeth on their own, unique growth pattern. Even though there is a general timeline of when you should expect to start teething, it can be earlier or later depending on your child. However, before birth,… Continue Reading →

How To Deal With Loose Baby Teeth

Children are always going through new stages of development as they grow. When it is time for a child’s first loose tooth, we all want to know how to deal with loose teeth. All of us have gone through it… Continue Reading →

What To Expect At Your Child’s First Appointment

When do you schedule your child’s first dental visit? Of course, we all know that baby teeth are not going to stick around for long, but it is essential to keep your child’s gums and baby teeth healthy. Well, how… Continue Reading →

Wisdom Teeth: What To Do As A Parent

Wisdom teeth can be a scary topic for parents. The teeth can cause pain and affect your child’s other teeth. Every parent wants to keep their child’s teeth healthy, and knowing what to do when your child develops wisdom teeth… Continue Reading →

Teaching Your Kids How To Floss

Flossing is important to everyone’s dental hygiene routine. Whether you are a child or an adult, flossing will reduce the plaque that accumulates in between teeth. We must do our best to prevent plaque buildup on our teeth. Plaque is… Continue Reading →

The Stages of Tooth Decay

It is a well-known fact that regular brushing and flossing, as well as regular dental check-ups, prevents tooth decay and gum disease. We, at Pediatric Dentistry of Suffolk County, are dedicated to your child’s dental health and provide top-notch services… Continue Reading →

Preventing Plaque

Plaque buildup is one of the most common oral health issues found in patients of all ages, regardless of age and overall health. When plaque begins to build, it is a sign of unhealthy oral regimens and can also be… Continue Reading →

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