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5 Reasons your child should regularly see a dentist

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  • January 15, 2018
  • by Generations Dental
  • Cavities, Child development, children's health, Generations Dental, Kid's Dental Health, Oral Health, Primary teeth, School Performance,
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It is very common for parents to ask a dental professional about the importance of dental care when their child is “just going to lose these baby teeth anyway.”  No matter your age, regular dental visits and good home care are essential to maintain overall health, ensure pain free function, and build confidence in a
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What to expect if your child has a cavity

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  • February 17, 2017
  • by Generations Dental
  • Cavity, Dental Anxiety, Filling, First Cavity, First Dental Visit, Kid's Cavity, Pediatric Dentistry,
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Your child has a cavity. Now what? “My son says his tooth doesn’t hurt and I don’t see anything wrong with it. Maybe I can just wait until it bothers him. It is just a baby tooth after all.” It is normal for parents to be a little nervous if they find out their child
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Why are baby teeth important?

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  • February 8, 2017
  • by Generations Dental
  • Baby teeth, Child development, children's health, Generations Dental, Primary teeth,
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Many parents think baby that teeth don’t matter because they eventually fall out. The truth is they are very important to your child’s health and development. Primary, or baby, teeth need to remain healthy to keep children on track emotionally, socially and physically. Here are five reasons baby teeth are important. Enable good nutrition through
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Could cavities be lowering your child’s GPA?

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  • September 29, 2016
  • by Generations Dental
  • Cavities, Oral Health, Pediatric Dentistry, School Performance,
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Most parents know that they should be encouraging their kids to brush and floss daily and that they should take their kids to the dentist twice a year.  However, many parents don’t know that there is an association between good oral health and better school performance. Tooth decay is largely preventable, yet it remains the
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5 Easy back-to-school snacks that are good for your teeth

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  • September 1, 2016
  • by Generations Dental
  • After School Snacks, After School Treats, Healthy Snacks, Kid's Dental Health, Pediatric Dental Health,
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After a long day at school filled with learning and playing, your kids probably come home with quite an appetite and in search of a snack. Instead of rummaging through the cabinet until settling on a fruit roll-up, try a healthier option that will keep them full and smiling. Here are some teeth friendly snack
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