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What is Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding is a process wherein a special tooth color resin is applied to a tooth and later hardened with a special light. Dental bonding is performed to improve a tooth’s appearance or to restore it. When is Denting Bonding an Option? Dental bonding is a good option  to repair decaying or decayed teeth, to […]

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Canceling Your Child’s Dental Care Has its Consequences

As parents, we all know the challenges of juggling children’s busy schedules— from sports to after school activities, to play dates and piles of homework. It’s crucial to remember that making time for their overall health and oral health is also an important part of scheduling and vital to the healthy growth process. Although occasional […]

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Most Common Dental Problems in Children

Children are more vulnerable to dental problems than adults are, often due to their taste for sugary and sweet foods and drinks. The good news is that with proper oral hygiene and care, many dental problems in children can be prevented. Common Dental Issues in Children Baby Bottle Tooth Decay – This is one of […]

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Composite Filling Vs. Amalgam Filling

When you visit your dentist for a filling appointment, you have to make a decision. Which material do you choose – composite resins or amalgam metallic alloys? The two kinds of fillings are also popularly called white and silver fillings, respectively, to indicate their colors. Each of the materials have their pros and cons. What […]

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Why Flossing Is Important For Children

It may seem like children don’t need to have great oral hygiene when they are still toddlers. After all, their baby teeth are just going to fall out, but don’t wait for your children to have their permanent teeth to begin teaching them to take care of their oral health. Start good habits now for […]

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How to Make Brushing Children’s Teeth Fun

Often, children are too busy playing to find brushing their teeth fun. However, if you are able to make dental care fun and exciting, they will start seeing it more as a game than a chore. To follow are some of the ways you can make brushing children’s teeth fun. How to Make Brushing Children’s […]

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Top 5 Ways to Preserve Your Child’s Smile

While oral health is important at any age, helping your children develop positive dental habits from a young age helps to lay the groundwork for better habits in the future. Additionally, positive dental habits can aid in the development of strong and healthy teeth, so it’s crucial to set a good example for children from […]

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Popular Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures to Improve Your Child’s Smile

Like with adults, there are popular cosmetic procedures for kids that are without much recovery time and are relatively painless. Whether looking to improve a child’s smile or rejuvenate the teeth’s natural whiteness after having braces removed, our office offers services to help with both. What is Dental Bonding? Dental bonding is made of resin, which […]

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Sedation Dentistry Benefits for Children

Fear of the dentist stops many children from receiving the regular dental treatments needed to prevent cavities and oral disease. For children with dental phobia, just thinking about going to the dentist is enough to provoke overwhelming anxiety and panic attack symptoms that leave parents upset, worried and wondering how they are ever going to […]

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How You Can Protect Your Child’s Teeth This Halloween

In the spirit of Halloween, Park View Pediatric Dentistry has some tips for protecting your kid’s teeth while preserving the spooktacular fun of the holiday.  Of course, one of the highlights of Halloween is coming home with a bag full of candy and other sweet treats. However, parents know that too many sugary goodies can […]

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