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Dental Trauma and Sport Activities in Children

by on 30 October

According to the American Dental Association, nearly 50 percent of all children have had some type of injury to a tooth during their childhood. Many of these injuries could have been avoided. Mouth injuries are also common and can occur after sport activities as well as an accident, a fall or a fight. In most cases, these injuries are not life threatening. However, injuries to the teeth and the mouth can have long-lasting effects on the child’s self-confidence and their appearance too.

Dental Decay and School Performance

by on 22 October

Tooth decay can have effects on a child’s life more than just physical. Ultimately, untreated decay can cause pain and infection that may lead to problems speaking, sleeping, eating, socializing or focusing at school. These dental issues can lead to lessened performance and attendance in the classroom too.

The Use of Laser Technology in Pediatric Dentistry

by on 15 October

When it comes to tools that help make dental processes easier, safer and more effective, laser dentistry comes to mind. In the traditional sense, lasers have been used for soft tissue use and had a limited ability to cut through hard tissue. However, this has changed with the invention of newer, more advanced lasers. By using the best dental tools, we can offer your child the best dental experience, a faster healing process and overall better oral health.

Controversy of Coconut Oil in Dentistry

by on 09 October

The trend of oil pulling has taken the world by storm. This process involves swishing coconut oil in the mouth because of its apparent oral health benefits including improving oral health issues such as gum disease, whitening the teeth and improving well-being in general. Because of the lack of current evidence supporting these claims, the American Dental Association (ADA) however doesn’t recommended oil pulling as an oral hygiene routine done in the home.

Matrix in Pediatric Dentistry

by on 01 October

In terms of pediatric dentistry, preventative care is the best approach. We at Palm Valley Pediatric Dentistry believe that a healthy smile that lasts a lifetime begins with regular dental checkups and cleanings from our professional staff. These checkups should begin at the beginning of your child’s development. This is the best defense against cavities and decay for both baby and primary teeth alike.

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