Patient of the Week

Alyssa was a FANTASTIC patient for her very 1st dental visit! As you can see, she is proud of her healthy smile! Thanks for coming to see us Alyssa and we look forward to seeing you soon!

Northeast Pediatric Dentistry Wants Your Halloween Candy!

  Northeast Pediatric Dentistry WANTS YOUR CANDY! (BUT, DON’T WORRY! IT’S FOR A GOOD CAUSE!) Wondering what you’re going to do with all of that Halloween candy? NORTHEAST PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY is teaming up with dentists nationwide to help out with OPERATION GRATITUDE to “buy back” candy from children in their communities to be sent to deployed U.S Military troops.   Avoid the cavities and give a
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Are baby teeth important?

The Importance of Baby Teeth (primary teeth) Yes, baby teeth are very important! This is a question that parents ask all the time and it is a very good question!  It is very important that baby teeth are kept in place until they are lost naturally. Baby teeth serve a number of important functions that include: Maintaining good nutrition by permitting your child to chew
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Free INFANT dental exams

FREE Infant Exams in Honor of Dental Hygiene Month We are pleased to announce that October is DENTAL HYGIENE MONTH. This is a great time for your child to have a dental check-up! In order to make this easier for you, Northeast Pediatric Dentistry is providing FREE dental exams for infants between the ages of 0-24 months. Yes, that is correct – FREE dental
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When should I start brushing my baby’s teeth?

That is a great question and one of my favorite areas of interest…..infant oral health!  Actually, you can begin caring for your baby’s mouth at birth by wiping the gums with a soft infant toothbrush or clean cloth.  As soon as the first teeth appear, start brushing twice daily with an infant/training toothpaste and an age-appropriate toothbrush. Happy Brushing, Dr. Jackson