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How Do I Make Visiting The Dentist Easier For My Autistic Child? 
added on: April 19, 2022

Visiting your pediatric dentist in Medford can be fun for many patients, including those with autism. However, your pediatric dentist knows that the smells, sights, and sounds of a dental office can also be overwhelming for autistic kids. That’s why we have special training to help us treat our autistic patients in… Read More…


How To Tell If a Kid Has a Cavity 
added on: April 14, 2022

Cavities are one of the most common dental problems your pediatric dentist in Medford sees and treats every day. Now, while a cavity in a baby tooth may seem like no big deal, the truth is, it’s important to treat any area of decay quickly to keep other problems from popping… Read More…


When Can I Let My Kid Brush His Own Teeth?
added on: March 25, 2022

As kids grow up, they will start to do many things on their own such as tie their shoes, dress themselves, and pack their backpacks before school. Of course, you may need to help them the first couple of times, but soon they’ll have a strong sense of independence and… Read More…


Celebrate Spring With a “Spring Cleaning” for Your Kid’s Teeth!
added on: March 21, 2022

Spring is always an exciting season, especially if winter seemed to go on forever. The days become longer, the weather becomes warmer, families start to play outside, and the world becomes a little more colorful thanks to flowers and trees in bloom. Spring is also a time when many families… Read More…


What Does It Mean If My Child Has White Spots On Her Teeth? 
added on: February 17, 2022
The Medford Center For Orthodontics & Pediatric Dentistry

Have you ever looked closely at your child’s teeth and noticed small, white spots? Don’t worry, many kids (and adults!) have this type of tooth discoloration, and it typically doesn’t cause any problems. But you may still be wondering what caused them in the first place and if there are… Read More…


2022 Children’s Dental Health Month
added on: February 10, 2022
The Medford Center For Orthodontics & Pediatric Dentistry

February marks the beginning of Children’s Dental Health Month, a national awareness month sponsored by the American Dental Association (ADA). This 28-day celebration brings your pediatric dentist in Medford together with other health care providers to promote the importance of good oral health in children. Each year, Children’s Dental Health Month… Read More…


Could This Healthy Treat Hurt Kids’ Teeth? 
added on: January 26, 2022
The Medford Center For Orthodontics & Pediatric Dentistry

You do everything you can to keep your kids healthy. You make sure they eat well-balanced meals, get plenty of exercise, brush and floss their teeth regularly, and see their pediatric dentist in Medford at least twice a year. Yet, did you know that something considered healthy may be hurting… Read More…


5 Ways to Get Your Kids to Brush Their Teeth
added on: January 13, 2022
The Medford Center For Orthodontics & Pediatric Dentistry

Getting your kids to take care of their teeth can be hard, especially if they don’t enjoy the process of brushing. Children may brush their teeth because you tell them to, but that doesn’t mean they won’t put up a fight or do it haphazardly when you’re not looking. Your… Read More…


What Helps a Child’s Toothache? 
added on: December 21, 2021
The Medford Center For Orthodontics & Pediatric Dentistry

We never want our kids to experience any pain, but the truth is, sometimes toothaches happen. Even worse, sometimes they happen at the most inconvenient times, such as during the holidays. So as a parent, what can you do to help a child’s toothache? Don’t worry. Your pediatric dentist in… Read More…


How To Tell If Your Baby Has a Lip Tie or a Tongue Tie
added on: December 16, 2021
The Medford Center For Orthodontics & Pediatric Dentistry

Many breastfeeding moms worry about whether their baby has a lip tie or tongue tie, and if so, how to treat it. The short answer is that you can’t tell based on appearance alone. These ties must be diagnosed by an experienced medical professional such as your pediatric dentist in… Read More…


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