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Charlotte pediatric dentist, Dr. Bevin Malley and the team at Carolina Kids Dentistry encourage their patients to learn about important dental issues. Please feel free to ask questions.

5 Things Pediatric Dentists Want You to Know

The American Dental Association recognizes February as National Children’s Dental Health Month, and pediatric dentists in Charlotte think it’s a great time to share some very important information on the subject. Here are five things you should know, not just in February, but year round to keep the kiddies happy and healthy: Brush and floss…

Charlotte Pediatric Dentists Value Baby Teeth

The day that the first baby tooth falls out is usually a pretty important day. It’s exciting to find that first loose tooth and then wiggle it and watch it for weeks or even months until it finally falls out. There may be a visit from the tooth fairy and a small monetary gift to…

Charlotte Pediatric Dentist Offers Holiday Tips

Keeping your children’s teeth healthy can be challenging at any time of the year, but most parents find the holiday season to be the most challenging time by far. With school parties, holiday treats, and long vacation days, it’s tough to stick to healthy habits like eating right and brushing before bed. Charlotte pediatric dentists…

Discussing Common Dental Terms with Children

Have you ever tried to explain a grownup situation to a child? If you have, then you know how important it is to choose your words very carefully. It can be challenging to explain something like dental care to a child without frightening them or causing confusion. However, we know that it is important for…

Carolina Kids Dentistry Gives Back to School Tips for Kids

Back to School Basics The school year is starting in the Charlotte area, though it hardly feels like summer is over! You probably experienced the mad dash to get your students ready to go back to school with binders and backpacks, but did you know this is a great time of year to implement healthy…

Brushing Brand New Teeth

Tiny teeth require brushing, too! Whether you’re a first time mom or you just need the reminder with a new baby, this topic is a good one. From the day your baby sprouts his or her first tooth, you should be brushing. Most parents don’t realize how early good dental habits should be implemented. Even…
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