We are happy to say that the American Dental Association and the North Carolina State Dental Board have provided guidelines for our office to reopen on MAY 11, 2020. While many things have changed, our commitment to providing you exceptional dental care in a safe environment has remained unwavering. Infection control has always been a…

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Charlotte pediatric dentists are experts when it comes to making young patients feel comfortable in the dental office. It’s natural for children to feel somewhat apprehensive when they step into an unfamiliar situation, so the dental team strives to create a comforting and welcoming environment for your family. But, your help is needed to make…

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You want the best possible dental care for your child. It’s a natural part of parenting. So, when it comes to choosing the right pediatric dentist for your little one, you might find that the decision is tougher than selecting a dentist for yourself. If you’re on the hunt for a Charlotte pediatric dentist, check…

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The new school year is back in full-swing and it can be a hectic time for everyone. From fundraisers to sporting events, it’s easy to let your child’s dental routine fall by the wayside. Charlotte NC pediatric dentists recommend these five tips for keeping your children smiling brightly from the first day of school until…

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Pediatric dentists in Charlotte are on the lookout for signs of weak enamel in young children. The condition, also called mottled enamel, can be caused by a number of factors: A developmental condition, Unsupervised eating of fluoride toothpaste or rinse, Excessive fluoridation in the water, A mother’s diet during pregnancy, History of high fevers/febrile seizures…

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As a parent, are you doing enough to protect your child from pediatric dental problems? Even before the first baby tooth comes into the mouth, children are at risk for a number of dental problems that can affect their development, their ability to speak, their ability to eat, and even the development of their self-confidence.…

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When a child is in pain, they often find it difficult to explain exactly what they are feeling. As a parent or caregiver, your top priority is to help them to feel better right away, but that can be tough when you can’t figure out exactly what’s wrong. Pediatric dentists in Charlotte are particularly skilled…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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