Hidden Sugar in Burlington Kids’ Snacks

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Many children consume far too much sugar. This is reflected in the high rates of tooth decay seen in dental offices across the country, including Pediatric Dental Center. In this post we’ll remind you what sugar does to teeth, and what you can do about it. First, though, it’s important to realize how much hidden…


Is The Humble Toothbrush Obsolete?

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Are manual toothbrushes obsolete? Would you believe people have been asking that question for more than fifty years? At The Pediatric Dental Center, we assure parents everywhere that the answer is no. When it comes to maintaining your dental health, and your children’s, an old school manual toothbrush is up to the task. “Wait a…


3 Cavity Fighters For Kids

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Most parents know the basics of children’s dental health: brush regularly, reduce sugar intake, limit snacking, and get enough calcium and Vitamin D. At Pediatric Dental Center we recommend three additional tools for preventing cavities in youngsters: Sealants Fluoride supplements Oral rinses Dental sealants are applied to the chewing surfaces of the molars, where they…


How Old Should Your Child Be To See The Dentist?

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How old should your youngster be before the first dental checkup? Parents should bring their kids into see us at Pediatric Dental Center as soon as their first tooth comes in, or by their first birthday. As children begin their lifelong journey of dental health, we start keeping meticulous records of their development, including the…


When Should I Transition My Teen to a General Dentist?

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Kids grow up. Every parent knows that, and knows the mixed feelings that come with it. When they’re toddlers we take them to a pediatric dentist, like those at Pediatric Dental Center. How do we know when the time has come to transition to a general practice? On average, pediatric dentists see their young patients…


Dental Sealants Prevent Cavities

Regular brushing and flossing are essential in preventing tooth decay. But another valuable tool are dental sealants, available at the Pediatric Dental Center. Dental sealants are a thin layer of plastic painted onto the chewing surfaces of the molars. Applying them is completely painless, and once they’re on they can prevent eighty percent of cavities…