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The Most Common Dental Issues in Children & How to Solve Them

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The Importance of Pediatric Dental Hygiene It is important to address seemingly minor dental issues in childhood before they become bigger and more permanent issues as the child grows. At the Pediatric Dentistry of Central Iowa, we see many variations of teeth abnormalities in our little patients, and we want you to know that we […]

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How to Care for Baby’s First Teeth

A baby smiles, showing his first tooth on the bottom

Parents do a lot to care for the many needs of their children, and good dental hygiene habits starting at age zero can make a large and lasting difference in a child’s overall health. By following simple best practices in the first year of your child’s life you can set him/her up for a lifetime […]

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4 Parenting Tips to Help Your Child Brush Their Teeth

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Establishing good oral hygiene habits at a young age can help children stick with them into adulthood. However, if you’re a parent who has struggled to incentivize your child to take care of their teeth, you already know how difficult it can be to make teeth brushing a part of their daily routine. Fortunately, there […]

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Important Minerals & Vitamins For Children’s Teeth

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Brushing and flossing are just the start of maintaining the health of your child’s teeth and gums. There are several vitamins and minerals — other than fluoride — that are essential to oral health. If you’ve been regularly brushing your child’s teeth and they have still been experiencing tooth decay or mouth issues, it’s important […]

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Pediatric Dental Guideline for Children 0-12 Years Old

a little girl sits on a dental chair smiling while a pediatric dentist examines her teeth with a mirror tool

As a parent, it can be easy to dismiss the importance of your child’s oral health while they still have their baby teeth or as their permanent teeth are just erupting. Knowing they’ll have another set of teeth that will grow in seemingly downplays the care needed, but your children’s dental health is important, even […]

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