The Tooth Fairy Can Help Make Losing Baby Teeth Fun

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If your child is nervous or anxious when it comes to losing their baby teeth, then our pediatric dentists, Dr. Jessie Hunter and Dr. Karen Coe, encourage you to introduce them to the Tooth Fairy. The Tooth Fairy is a mythical creature that can make losing little baby teeth more... Read more »

Tips for Teething

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Is it teething time? Then we at Allen Pediatric Dentistry feel for you and your child. This can be a rather difficult process, with many sleepless nights and a clingy child. We do want to assure you that this is completely normal. Also, the outcome will be worth it. You’ll... Read more »

Use Our Tips to Help Your Child Love the Dental Office

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Dr. Jessie Hunter and our dental team understand that the dental office can be a nerve-wracking place, especially for children. However, there are ways you can change this. So if your child gets scared for their dental appointments, we encourage you to use our helpful tips. The first tip is... Read more »

How to Properly Floss Your Child’s Teeth

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Flossing can be a difficult task in the first place, which is why our team understands if you have a hard time properly flossing your child’s smile. However, your child still needs to have flossed teeth each day. So, to help you properly clean your child’s mouth, we have provided... Read more »

How to Prevent Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

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Baby bottle tooth decay is a serious dental problem found among children. It tends to deteriorate and erode the chompers throughout the day and cause major pain and discomfort for the child. It is very important to help your child prevent this dental problem as much as possible, and our... Read more »

Children’s Dentistry: Baby Teeth 101

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Baby teeth can be confusing, especially because all they seem to do is grow into the mouth and then fall out of it. However, baby teeth are more important than you might realize, and we are happy to tell you all about them by providing the answers to the following... Read more »