Category Pediatric Dentistry Suffolk County

Preventing Cavities

Pediatric Dentistry of Suffolk County I & II Commack (631) 486-6364 Medford (631) 320-0880 www.SuperMolar.com One of the most frequently asked questions we receive from parents here at Pediatric Dentistry of Suffolk County I & II is how can I… Continue Reading →

Healthy Super Bowl Snacks

Pediatric Dentistry of Suffolk County I & II Commack (631) 486-6364 Medford (631) 320-0880 www.SuperMolar.com ​Super Bowl Sunday – one of the most anticipated days of the year for sports fans across the nation. Now that the day is here, you’re probably finalizing… Continue Reading →

Holiday Healthy Eating Tips

Pediatric Dentistry of Suffolk County I & II Commack (631) 486-6364 Medford (631) 320-0880 www.SuperMolar.com Holidays are a time for snacking on sweet and sugary treats. Don’t let this holiday season harm your little ones smile. There are plenty of… Continue Reading →

Spooky Halloween Treats

Pediatric Dentistry of Suffolk County I & II Commack (631) 486-6364 Medford (631) 320-0880 www.SuperMolar.com We all know how much children LOVE candy. With Halloween right around the corner, it’s a very difficult time of year to prevent your children… Continue Reading →

Common Orthodontic Issues

Pediatric Dentistry of Suffolk County I & II Commack (631) 486-6364 Medford (631) 320-0880 www.SuperMolar.com Is your child suffering from pain caused by his or her braces? There are a number of common orthodontic problems that can cause discomfort in… Continue Reading →

Brushing & Flossing Guide

Pediatric Dentistry of Suffolk County I & II Commack (631) 486-6364 Medford (631) 320-0880 www.SuperMolar.com Although it seems simple, not many people know the proper way to brush or floss their teeth, let alone their children’s! As a result, this… Continue Reading →

Teeth Tips: How To Prevent Tooth Decay

Pediatric Dentistry of Suffolk County I & II Commack (631) 486-6364 Medford (631) 320-0880 www.SuperMolar.com By definition, tooth decay is the damage that occurs to your teeth when germs and bacteria produce acid. Such acid ultimately eats away at your teeth,… Continue Reading →

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