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Dr. Shah and Dr. O’Riordan here at The Pediatric Dental Center would like you to be aware of oral cancer.  Visit your dentist twice a year for oral cancer screenings!!!! While some think mouth cancer is a rare cancer, 100 new people in ...

Parents please talk to your children about the effects of drinking soda pop and other beverages containing sugar and acid.  Limit the serving size and frequency your child consumes.  These drinks should be consumed at meal times and not be be ...

GET A GOLD MEDAL SMILE!!!  Children should have their first dental visit at age 1.  Here at the Pediatric Dental Center in Warren, your dental provider will educate you on early childhood caries, when to expect changes from primary to ...

Water fluoridation benefits both children and adults, providing benefits across the life span Water fluoridation is effective above and beyond any other practice in which a person might engage to prevent dental caries. Water fluoridation helps ...

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry has put together a great resource page for parents regarding their children’s oral health. We highly recommend that you visit this site.  It features FAQ’s, education brochures, resources ...

Several recent studies have associated gum disease with other conditions and diseases such as respiratory, cardiovascular, and diabetes, adverse pregnancy outcomes, and breast cancer. Some oral hygiene solutions are brush twice a day, floss ...

“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, ...

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