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The American Academy of Pediatrics covers commonly asked questions from parents to help develop good oral health in their children.
The American Academy of Pediatrics discusses children's oral health and oral health care.
The American Academy of Pediatrics explains the importance of preventing and reducing tooth decay in babies and toddlers.
The American Academy of Pediatrics answers FAQ about the importance of fluoride for reducing cavities in children.
This ADA web site offers a variety of activities and information to promote early childhood dental health. Look at the fun articles about songs to sing, ways to work for prevention and to reduce the presences of decay.
The ADA article discusses the importance of flossing and why it is very helpful for our oral health. Read about why we floss, watch the videos of how we floss and follow along with pictures to refine your technique. We will be happy to review flossing at your next appointment with us - just ask us!
Antibiotic prophylaxis, or pre-medicating with oral antibiotics before dental treatment, has been the standard of care for many of our patients with certain conditions to protect their heart. This is good information to read and share your questions with us and your physician.
A direct link to the American Dental Association article about the importance of using fluoride. Included are explanations about fluoride in drinking water, using fluoridated water for baby formula and fluouride applications offered in our office.
The American Dental Association is the national professional organization for dentist. They provide us with the guidelines and recommendations for oral healthcare. We find the many topics they discuss very educational for our patients. Browse their web page for a topic of interest to you!
Antibiotic prophylaxis, or pre-medicating with oral antibiotics before dental treatment, is sometimes recommended after an artificial joint replacement surgery. The good news is the findings show not as many patients require pre-medication. This is good information to read and share your questions with both your Surgeon and us.
This link to the American Dental Association is great to reference on the importance of brushing and flossing. We delight in keeping your oral hygiene techniques great! Next time you have your check-up and cleaning ask us about the video we have on brushing and flossing - we would enjoy showing it to you!