How to Handle a Dental Emergency
added on: June 26, 2019
boy gets dental examn

Dental emergencies, which include any injury to the teeth, gums, or mouth, can be scary. When one happens to your child, it can be even scarier. At our Long Island pediatric dental office, we understand, and we are here to help give you a few tips on how to handle… Read More…


5 Foods You Shouldn’t Eat With Braces
added on: June 6, 2019
smiling girl with braces

Millions of Americans have braces to help straighten their smiles. The majority of these orthodontic patients are kids or teens. At our pediatric dental office in Long Island, we know just how important braces can be for developing smiles. In fact, properly aligned teeth can help with speech, reduce the… Read More…


Why Do Children Need Dental X-Rays?
added on: May 20, 2019
child getting dental x-ray

Sometimes when a parent hears the word “x-ray,” they immediately panic and assume the worst, like a broken bone or fracture. But at our Long Island pediatric dental office, we love dental x-rays, and our patients’ parents really do too. Let’s take a quick look at how we use x-rays… Read More…


Is Your Pregnancy Affecting Your Teeth?
added on: May 13, 2019
pregnant woman brushes teeth

We care about your kiddos, but we also care about our parents too – especially mothers who are expecting a little one. Your body endures a lot of changes during pregnancy… your feet may swell, you may be sore in strange or new places, and your teeth may decay. It’s… Read More…

Posted In: Pregnancy, Prevention

Fun Facts About the Tooth Fairy
added on: April 16, 2019
tooth fairy

One of the most exciting events in a kid’s early years is losing their first tooth. The anticipation of a visit from the Tooth Fairy just makes the milestone even more thrilling for young kids. But who is this magical fairy? How old is she? How much money does a… Read More…


Bottled Water & Your Child’s Teeth
added on: April 9, 2019
bottled water in factory

These days, bottled water is everywhere. It’s one of our most common accessories when we pack our kids’ lunches or send them off to practice. Let’s face it, bottled water is super convenient and a healthier alternative to a can of sugary soda or even common sports drinks. But our… Read More…


The Woes of Bottles and Baby Teeth
added on: March 26, 2019
baby with bottle

Baby teeth serve an important role in a growing mouth, and even though they’re only around for a short time, it’s crucial to take care of them. One of the most common problems associated with baby teeth is something known as Baby Bottle Decay. At our Long Island pediatric dental… Read More…


Proper Nutrition For Growing Smiles
added on: March 14, 2019
nutrition month

You do your best to make sure your kids eat a well-balanced diet so that they can grow up big and strong. But did you know that proper nutrition is also great for developing teeth and overall oral health? As we celebrate National Nutrition Month this March, our Long Island… Read More…


It’s National Children’s Dental Health Month
added on: February 22, 2019
little girl with missing tooth in dental chair

Every February, our pediatric dental office in Long Island celebrates National Children’s Dental Health Month. Brought to us by the American Dental Association (ADA), National Children’s Dental Health Month is designed to promote the importance of proper oral hygiene and dental care in children — which is everything our team… Read More…


How to Ease Toothache Pain in Children
added on: February 7, 2019
child holding drink

Can you believe that there’s actually a day dedicated to toothaches? It’s true! February 9th is recognized as National Toothache Day, and in honor of this ‘holiday,’ the team at our pediatric dental office in Long Island is here to celebrate by giving you advice on how to ease toothache… Read More…


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