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Why does it matter if my kid has straight teeth?

As a parent, this becomes a valid question, especially if you have a few mouths to consider. Does your child really need straight teeth? Isn’t a straight smile just a …

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Questions you should be asking your pediatric dentist

As pediatric dentists, we realize that you, the parent, play a major role in the overall oral health of your child. This means that we expect to get some questions …

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How your child’s saliva affects their oral health

Saliva, also known as spit, isn’t the nicest topic to chat about, but it is important. We know that brushing and flossing are at the top of the oral hygiene …

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Blog Article about preparing children with special needs for visiting the dentist

Blossom is dedicated to providing the best care for children with special needs. Often, physical, developmental, sensory, behavioral, cognitive, or emotional impairment can put children at an increased risk for …

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LoseToothBlog

The sometimes long, drawn out process of losing baby teeth can be just as traumatic for you as parents as it is for your kids! Just as there are many …

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New year, new you? Three habits you and your family should leave behind in 2021

It’s a safe bet that most of us are approaching 2021 with a bit more apprehension than we did 2020. If 2020 hasn’t taught us anything else, we have learned …

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3 Things you should know about toothpaste, if your child has braces

All toothpaste is created equal, right? Unfortunately, not so much. Over the years, the toothpaste selection has expanded. You can pretty much select any combination of flavor, whitening, and tartar …

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5 Ways to Help Your Child Deal With Their Braces

Contrary to what your child might believe, braces weren’t invented to ruin their lives. As a parent of a child with braces, you might feel you’re the one doing the …

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Child brushing teeth

Many of us are in the habit of reading labels. We read the labels on the back of our food and medicine bottles, but how often do you read the …

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Myth: Your Child Has Cavities Because of Sugar

Let’s address the elephant in the room: yes, excessive sugar in a diet will cause tooth decay. This has been a known fact for many years now, but there are …

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