4 of the Most Commonly Asked Questions About Pediatric Dentistry
added on: January 24, 2019
Frequently asked questions

At our pediatric dental office in Long Island, we believe in not only caring for our patients’ little smiles but also educating their parents on all things related to pediatric dentistry. We’re often asked questions by our patients or their families, and we welcome them always! Today we’d like to… Read More…


Vitamins Your Child Needs for Good Oral Health
added on: January 9, 2019
hand holding vitamins

Making sure your child gets enough of the right vitamins and minerals is an important part of helping them grow up big and strong. Their oral health is no different. Kids need to get the recommended amount of a variety of vitamins (and minerals!) in order to develop strong teeth… Read More…


The Truth About Kids and Cavities
added on: December 20, 2018
little girl brushing teeth

Cavities are one of the most common dental concerns we hear about at our pediatric dental office in Long Island. While worries about cavities are valid, since they can lead to pain, sensitivity, and more serious oral health conditions, there are many beliefs about cavities that just aren’t true. Join… Read More…


Can Kids Get Canker Sores?
added on: December 11, 2018
toddler brushing teeth

There are an estimated 3 million canker sore cases a year. But knowing that these annoying and painful sores affect nearly everyone doesn’t necessarily make them easy to tolerate when they happen to your child. At our pediatric dental office in Long Island, we understand that canker sores are uncomfortable… Read More…


How to Help a Teething Baby
added on: November 26, 2018
baby outside sitting in leaves

Teething is perhaps one of the most difficult times for new parents. Babies get fussy and restless, and you may feel totally helpless. But at our pediatric dental office in Long Island, we have some tips you can use to relieve discomfort and pain associated with teething. Apply Pressure There’s… Read More…


GERD & Dental Problems
added on: November 8, 2018
teen girl with braces

Gastroesophageal reflux disease, also known as its more common and easier to pronounce acronym GERD, is an uncomfortable problem associated with digestion. But while the issue originates in the gut it can have a negative on oral health, especially in kids. If your child suffers from GERD, our Long Island… Read More…


What All Parents Should Know About Dental Emergencies
added on: October 19, 2018
children at school eating snacks

Nobody wants to get that call from their child’s school saying that there was an accident on the playground or during gym class. But as parents, we all know that sometimes accidents happen, and sometimes those accidents happen at school. But what do you do if your kid has a… Read More…


What’s Worse for Teeth Than Candy?
added on: October 10, 2018
candy apples

Another candy-packed holiday is right around the corner, and our pediatric dental office in Long Island is busy getting into the spirit of Halloween. From pumpkins and fall colors, to costumes and hayrides, there’s a lot to be excited about this time of year. But as we all know, candy… Read More…


The Importance of Sports Mouthguards
added on: September 21, 2018
boy with mouthguard

As the fall sports season gets underway, it’s a fitting time to talk about the importance of sports mouthguards. An estimated one-third of all dental injuries are sports-related. Our pediatric dental office in Long Island wants the parents of our patients to know that most of these injuries can be… Read More…


Whole Grains for Wholly Healthy Smiles
added on: September 17, 2018
hand holding whole grains

September is recognized as Whole Grains Month and is a 30-day celebration for all things grainy. These whole grains are beneficial for heart health, overall health, and may even boost oral health too. At our Long Island pediatric dental office, we know that eating a well-balanced diet, including a good… Read More…


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