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Infant Oral Health: Fact Or Fiction?

Want to test your knowledge of kids’ dental health? Then take our Fact or Fiction Quiz  Babies get fevers when teething? Fiction: Contrary to popular belief, it is not normal for a teething baby to have a fever. Baby teeth are important? Fact: Baby teeth hold places in the mouth for adult teeth. When a baby tooth is lost too early, the permanent teeth
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February is Children’s Dental Health Month

Each February, Northeast Pediatric Dentistry participates in the National Children’s Dental Health Month campaign to educate children, parents and teachers on the importance of good oral health. Developing good habits at an early age and scheduling regular dental visits helps children to get a good start on a lifetime of healthy teeth and gums. Whether you’re a member of the community, a teacher or
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Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

We would like to share tips and information about baby bottle tooth decay.  It’s imperative that children have strong, healthy teeth to chew their food, speak and have a great looking smile. Their first teeth are very important and aid in ensuring that their adult teeth come in correctly. It’s important to start your infant off with good oral care to help protect their
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Northeast Pediatric Dentistry Scares Up Some Halloween Tricks & Treats

Ghosts and goblins are the least of our worries this Halloween. Those sugar-filled, delicious treats your little ones will eat are what give the staff at Northeast Pediatric Dentistry a freaky fright this year. You probably think that a little sugar one night out of the year will not be harmful to your child’s teeth. For the most part, you’re right. The problem with
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Northeast Pediatric Dentistry Wants Your Candy!

Dr. Brandi Jackson and the staff of Northeast Pediatric Dentistry are proud to announce that we are continuing our tradition of allowing children to sell their Halloween candy. Cash for your kids, Treats for our troops. It’s common practice that each Halloween our pediatric patients bite off more candy than they can chew. In hopes of saving your little ones from tooth problems in
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Proper dental care gets rewards at Northeast Pediatric Dentistry

These two awesome patients won a tablet and an iPad Touch from Northeast Pediatric Dentistry for staying cavity free and being super students. Enjoy!

5 Tooth & Dental Books For Children

Your current fears of visiting the dentist are likely dated back to a perceived traumatic childhood dental experience. The key word is … perceived. This is why making your child’s first visit to the dentist an easy and enjoyable experience is so important. At Northeast Pediatric Dentistry, we promise to do everything in our power to make your child smile!  We have a fun-filled
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Jumpstart Your Back to School Dental Routine

One of our favorite things about back to school is the outpouring of beautiful smiles in your children’s photos. As you settle into your back to school routine – complete with earlier bedtimes and homework sessions – now is the perfect time to reset your children’s dental routine and make sure they maintain that beautiful smile all year long. Not only is pediatric dental
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Northeast Pediatric Dentistry Invites You To Smile!

Congratulations ‘Patient’s of The Week’ !!

Congratulations to our Patients of the Week! Week of April 8th — Elyanna! Week of April 15th — Tyler!! Week of April 22nd — Rayleigh and McKinley