Cavity Prevention Tips for Preschoolers | Pediatric and Laser Dentistry

Providing proper care and oral hygiene during preschool years can mean a lifetime of good oral health, according to an article in the January/February 2005 issue of General Dentistry, the clinical, peer-reviewed journal of the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD). Research shows that children who develop cavities in their baby teeth are more likely to develop cavities as an adult. So […]

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What Coronavirus Means for Pregnancy | Pediatric and Laser Dentistry

“Over the next three months, nearly a million women in the United States will give birth to nearly a million babies — a huge influx of mostly healthy, highly vulnerable patients into a hospital system that’s about to come under unprecedented strain. Pregnant women, not surprisingly, are anxious. Those in their third trimester, looking to deliver during an epidemic, are […]

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Observe the Latch: A Missing Link in Physician Training | Pediatric and Laser Dentistry

“Physical diagnosis is a central component of medical education. As medical students, our physical diagnosis course provided us with in-depth knowledge and skills to perform a medical history and a comprehensive physical examination. We used and perfected these skills during the remainder of our medical school and postgraduate education and even in practice. I am sure that most of you […]

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General Wellness Starts With Oral Care | Pediatric and Laser Dentistry

Did you know that oral health is intimately connected to your overall wellness? Your mouth is a gateway to the rest of your body, so maintaining healthy habits like brushing, flossing, and scheduling regular check-ups is essential. Negligent dental habits can cause gum inflammation and disease, which in turn can lead to heart problems and more. We suggest being vigilant […]

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