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Imagix Dental Blog – Pediatric Dentistry

9 Childhood Nutrition Tips from a Pediatric Dentist

Sugary, starchy, and acidic foods can cause tooth decay if they’re eaten frequently or remain on teeth for a long time. As a parent, you need to teach your child to choose healthier foods and take care of their teeth properly. Use these food and nutrition tips to keep both your child and their pediatric dentist in Atlanta smiling. 

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When Your Baby’s Drooling Demands a Pediatric Dentist

It’s common for babies to drool during many phases of oral development. But when is the drooling normal and when is it cause for concern? Use this helpful guide to know if your baby’s drooling is harmless or the sign of a health hazard.

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How a Pediatric Dentist Can Protect Your Child from Tooth Decay

Did you know that the average healthy two-year-old has never visited a pediatric dentist? In fact, only 25% of children have seen a dentist by the age of five. Since tooth decay is the most common chronic childhood disease in the nation, children must see a pediatric dentist in Atlanta from an early age to help them avoid dental decay.

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How to Care for Your Child After a Tooth Extraction

Tooth extractions have become routine procedures for adults and kids, but you must know how to take care of your child after the procedure to ensure their comfort and proper healing. Use this helpful guide to simple home care for your child after a tooth extraction. 

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How Your Pediatric Dentist Advises Preventing Tooth Decay in Your Baby

Many parents are surprised to learn that tooth decay is the most common chronic infectious disease in children. But parents can protect their child’s dental health by knowing the causes, signs, and ways to prevent the danger of decay. 

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A Parent’s Guide to Children with Eating Disorders

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While it’s common for kids to be picky eaters, this becomes cause for concern when it goes beyond a preference and develops into a pediatric eating disorder. Discover what you need to know to detect and prevent the problem.

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The Formula for Protecting Your Child from Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

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The Formula for Protecting Your Child from Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

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Brush Up on How to Care for Your Baby’s Oral Health

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Your baby’s oral health is more important than you may think, so you need to baby your child’s teeth to ensure their healthy dental development.

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Hear How Ear Infections Can Affect Your Baby’s Oral Health

Teething and ear infections are common problems that babies face in their first year. Teething and ear infections have many of the same symptoms, which is why you may be uncertain of whether your infant has an ear infection or is simply starting to teethe. Since they share so many symptoms, you may also wonder if there’s any connection between […]

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How to Tell If Your Baby Is Teething: Tips from Your Pediatric Dentist

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You’ve changed and fed your baby. He’s had a nap, and there doesn’t seem to be any reason for his irritable behavior. Crying, fussy babies may leave you confused and frustrated, especially if you’re a new parent. If there are no obvious health problems, your baby might be teething. Dentist health professionals say the following signs and symptoms suggest that […]

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