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5 Dental Must-Haves When Traveling

When packing for a trip, you would never forget your shampoo and conditioner — but what about your floss? It is essential to have certain items on the go when traveling to keep your teeth healthy and prevent any emergency… Continue Reading →

Summer Dental Hygiene Tips

Long summer days, warm nights, and no school is a welcome break for kids, and parents too. Don’t let the danger of tooth decay creep into your summer plans. Follow these tips to keep your smile shining all season. Stay… Continue Reading →

3 Things Your Pediatric Dentist Wants You to Know

We know that as a parent you have a lot on your plate ( and since we’re dentists, we hope sticky treats aren’t on your plate, but we digress). Your child’s dental health is important, so we put together this… Continue Reading →

Best of Long Island: Pediatric Dentistry of Suffolk & Nassau County

Pediatric Dentistry of Suffolk & Nassau County was nominated for Best Pediatric Dental Practice on Long Island and we need your help! How Can You Vote? You can vote on the Best of Long Island website once a day until… Continue Reading →

Read This Before Letting your Child Floss

We realize that parents with small children are very concerned about their developing dental health. Therefore, we suggest that parents introduce their child to regular brushing and flossing to make sure that they are attuned to proper dental or oral… Continue Reading →

Why are Bedtime Routines so Important?

Let’s face it, when it comes to going to bed, none of us want to buckle down and go through our nighttime routines. The same can be said for our little ones. That’s why it’s very important for you to… Continue Reading →

What To Expect at Your Baby’s First Visit to the Dentist

Our office, as well as The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), the American Dental Association (ADA), and the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) all recommend establishing a “Dental Home” for your child by one year of age. Children who… Continue Reading →

Our Top Tips for a Healthy School Year

It’s that time of the year again! Summer’s over and school is back in session, which means it’s also time for teeth cleanings! And that’s not all — our professionals rounded up a few more tips to help your kids… Continue Reading →

4 Foods That Are As Bad As Candy

Candy and other sugary snacks are bad for your child’s teeth as the sugar breaks down, binding with the bacteria in the mouth to produce an unwanted acid that wears on the enamel. The acid can form the start of… Continue Reading →

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