Category Tooth decay

Preventing Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

Pediatric Dentistry of Suffolk County I & II Commack (631) 486-6364 Medford (631) 320-0880 www.SuperMolar.com Baby bottle tooth decay unfortunately is a common oral health issues amongst children. It begins when your child is put to bed with a bottle… Continue Reading →

New Year, New Dental Routine

Pediatric Dentistry of Suffolk County I & II Commack (631) 486-6364 Medford (631) 320-0880 www.SuperMolar.com Did you know tooth decay is the leading chronic infectious disease among children in the United States? It affects 60% of children by the young… Continue Reading →

Sugary Drinks That Cause Tooth Decay

Pediatric Dentistry of Suffolk County I & II Commack (631) 486-6364 Medford (631) 320-0880 www.SuperMolar.com As a parent, limiting sugary drinks in your child’s daily intake should be a main priority. Drinks that are made with added sugar can do harm… Continue Reading →

Is Your Child Eating A Balanced Diet?

Pediatric Dentistry of Suffolk County I & II Commack (631) 486-6364 Medford (631) 320-0880 www.SuperMolar.com Is your child eating a well balanced diet? We sure hope so! A balanced diet plays a very important part in keeping your little ones… Continue Reading →

How To Prevent Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

An extremely common and serious form of tooth decay among young children is baby bottle tooth decay or ECC (early childhood caries). Baby bottle tooth decay occurs when infant and young children’s teeth are exposed to sugary liquids frequently and… 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 →

Tooth Decay Wreaks Havoc On Teeth & Health

Pediatric Dentistry of Suffolk County I & II Commack (631) 486-6364 Medford (631) 320-0880 www.SuperMolar.com Did you know that tooth decay is the number 1 chronic childhood illness? A child is 5 times more likely to suffer poor health due… Continue Reading →

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