Proper Dental and Oral Care for Your Baby

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Many adults and parents know how important it is for routine pediatrician visits as part of their young child’s health care regimen. What many people don’t know is the importance that early and regular dental care plays. In order to ensure the best dental and oral health, the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) suggest parents begin dental visits with … Read More

Flossing Tips for Kids

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Many people wonder when their child should start flossing. Typically, your child should start flossing between age 2 and 3. This should only happen under the direction of you and/or your child’s dentist. Children’s teeth can be sensitive so it is best to consult an expert before flossing. It’s not necessary to floss before the age of 2 or 3. … Read More

Pediatric Dentistry in North Ogden, Utah

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Do you live in North Ogden? Are you unsure if you should take your child to a family dentist, specialist, or pediatric dentist? At Castle Creek Pediatric Dentistry, our professional staff will provide the best pediatric dental services to your child. Read below for an overview of our services. Services we offer at Castle Creek Pediatric Dentistry: Check-ups and Maintenance … Read More

How to Get Your Kids Excited to Brush their Teeth

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When your child is old enough to brush their own teeth, it can be a challenge to get them to do it. Most kids don’t actively want to brush their teeth, just like they don’t want to bathe, take naps, eat vegetables or clean up their rooms. However, it’s important to promote good brushing habits early on. Here are a … Read More

Healthy Lunch Options

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When you are with your children, monitoring their dietary habits is relatively easy. You control the food that is purchased for the home, and, generally speaking, prepare all their meals. But when they are outside the sphere of your parental guidance, they may make food decisions that are unwise for their personal dental health. Perhaps they are exposed to junk … Read More

Healthy Cooking Tips for Your Sweet Tooth

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Healthy Cooking Tips for Your Sweet Tooth The holiday season means it’s time for delicious treats, candy, pies and cakes. With all this tasty food around, you should be aware of how much sugar your family is consuming. Not only is too much sugar bad for your overall health, but it can destroy your teeth. Too much sugar can lead … Read More

Teens and Teeth Whitening

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Teens and Teeth Whitening Many teenagers struggle with self-esteem issues based on how they look. If your teen has yellowed teeth, they might want to whiten them so they can feel more confident. The Academy of General Dentistry advises teens to wait to use whitening procedures until at least age 14, as the tooth’s pulp is fully formed by this … Read More

Solutions for Avulsed Teeth

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Solutions for Avulsed Teeth If your child looses a baby tooth, it’s cause for celebration and a visit from the tooth fairy. However, when rough housing or sports-related injuries knock out your child’s permanent teeth, it’s a different story. The number of treatment options available to your child will vary on their age. The older your child is, the more … Read More