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6 Myths About Baby Teeth Get the facts about baby teeth and get your infant started on the path to good oral health as early as possible. By Tamekia Reece from Parents Magazine  <img ...

When it comes to dental benefit plans, millions of people each year are ringing in the New Year leaving money on the table. According to the National Association of Dental Plans, only 2.8% of people with PPO dental plan participants reached or ...

Editor’s Note: The article is published in recognition of Infantile Spasms Awareness Week (December 1-7) to help parents, as well as physicians and other health care providers, learn more about this disease and its treatments. To join the ...

Children should see a pediatric dentist starting at the age of 1. It’s very important to discuss their development with a dentist as well as review diet and omitting the bottle in the bed with sugary drinks. Brushing their teeth as soon as ...

As soon as your child gets their first tooth, it’s never too early to start cleaning and brushing their teeth. This instills good brushing habits at a young age and is usually more cooperative as they grow up. Keep on brushing morning and ...

We love our summer times in Michigan. Along with all the outdoor activities is in increased risk for dental trauma or injuries to the mouth. Here is a great reference guide you can use and even print for your refrigerator ...

  Pediatricians start screening your baby for signs of developmental or communication challenges like autism spectrum disorder (ASD) from his or her very first well-child visit. Your pediatrician observes how your baby giggles, looks ...

Her tooth throbbed painfully for months, as Sandy Abrahamson alternated between taking maximum doses of Tylenol, Motrin and aspirin. When she finally got herself through the door of a dentist’s office after avoiding an appointment for years, ...

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, in partnership with Delta Dental of Michigan, is pleased to announce the expansion of the Healthy Kids Dental (HDK) program in Wayne, Oakland and Kent counties for Medicaid-enrolled children ...

Here are some tips to make eating with braces a little easier! After eating, it is very important to brush well 2x a day, flossing daily under the wires, and using a fluoride mouthrinse daily. It’s very important to keep the gums healthy ...