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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

Healthy Dental Tip of the Week!

When Should Your Child Have Their First Dental Visit? Your child’s first visit should be by their first birthday. Remember, early examination and preventive care will protect your child’s smile now and in the future! At Northeast Pediatric Dentistry we provide free infant oral exams for children zero to twenty-four months of age! We are accepting new patients. So make your appointment now! Call
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WE WANT YOUR CANDY!! (BUT, DON’T WORRY! IT’S FOR A GOOD CAUSE!) Wondering what you’re going to do with all 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 sweet treat to our soldiers serving overseas!
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National Tooth Fairy Day!!

TODAY IS “NATIONAL TOOTH FAIRY DAY!!” This day is celebrated not one, but TWO times a year on August 22 and February 28! So if you have lost a tooth, make a wish, put it under your pillow before you go to sleep, and wait to see what the tooth fairy has left you come morning! Happy Brushing!

Does your child need sedation dentistry?

Did you know that the team at Northeast Pediatric Dentistry are credentialed to provide hospital dentistry at CMC and Presbyterian Hospitals?! They also hold a Pediatric Moderate Conscious Sedation permit from the state of North Carolina. If your child requires hospital or sedation dentistry in our state-of-the art facility, please give us a call today! (704) 895-6445.  

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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