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“Keep them clean, Keep them healthy!”Brush for 2 minutes, twice a day!Floss Daily!Rinse with mouthwash!  For a $1.00 off coupon for Listerine Smart rinse anticavity mouth wash click here!Chew sugar-free gum after eating. For more ...

Which foods do you think are most likely to cause tooth decay? Cooked starches such as potato chips, corn flakes, crackers, bread, and pasta have decay-causing power equal to sugars. How sticky a food feels when you chew it does not relate to ...

Frequent snacking can be your  teeth’s biggest enemy.  Just as important as what kinds of foods you eat, is when and how often  you snack.  Everyone has bacteria in their mouths!  When bacteria meets up with sweet foods, beverages, ...

If your child has been diagnosed with dental decay, restoration or filling of these cavities is often a difficult task in children, especially those under the age of six. Often they are more apprehensive and less cooperative. The following are ...

Soda pop not only damages your teeth but it also has negative effects on your overall health. Pediatric Dental Center Warren, MI Dr. Shah, Dr. O’Riordan

What is the difference between a canker sore and a cold sore?  Canker sores are also known as aphthous ulcers.  Cold sores also known as fever blisters.  Most often canker sores are located INSIDE the mouth and cold sores are located OUTSIDE ...

Did you know your child may have some of their primary (baby) teeth until age 12? Look at the tooth eruption chart below. It will give you the average ages the primary teeth erupt and fall out as well as the average age the permanent teeth ...

Dr. Elizabeth Prada is excited to join Pediatric Dental Center.  She attended the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine where she graduated with honors.  In 2009, she completed a pediatric dental residency and masters degree  ...

for brushing, flossing, and regular dental visits! Watch the video below from the ADA. Pediatric Dental Center Warren, MI Dr. Shah, Dr. O’Riordan

Eruption cysts also known as eruption hematomas may develop with erupting primary and permanent teeth. They appear as bluish and translucent dome-shaped soft tissue lesions overlying an erupting tooth. An eruption cyst results from fluid ...