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Your child’s diet has a lot to do with their present oral health and the development of healthy teeth in the future. Take a look at the following dietary suggestions from a pediatric dentist in Palm Beach for your child’s healthiest smile possible. Feed Them These Dairy...

Parents always want what is best for their child. This is especially true for your child’s well-being, which includes his or her oral health. When it comes to who you trust with treating your children, there are certain qualities you should consider when seeking the...

“Laughing gas” is a common term among Boca Raton pediatric dentistry offices, and is typically not questioned by parents. Alternatively, nitrous oxide seems to be notoriously confused for something unsafe. The fact of the matter is, laughing gas and nitrous oxide are one in the...

Sometimes, a child may be born with an exceptionally short, thick, or tight stretch of tissue under the tongue. This muscular piece of tissue is known as the frenum. If the frenum meets any of the aforementioned criteria or extends too far down along the...

At Palm Beach Pediatric Dentistry, we believe in treatment that is beneficial for oral health as well as overall health. One part of this holistic approach is a diet that is healthy for both the mouth and body. Take a look at the following foods...

11% of U.S. children have been diagnosed with ADHD. Meanwhile, 2-4% of U.S. children suffer from Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). OSA occurs when something partly blocks the airways. This results in breathing that can pause for seconds, or even minutes, before normal breathing starts again....

Even before taking your child to their kids dentist in Palm Beach, there is still plenty you can do to take care of their teeth. Read on for important milestones in your child’s dental health and how to encourage great oral health! Care Before Teeth Erupt Even...

When a child is exposed to excessive amounts of fluoride, a permanent form of tooth staining known as fluorosis can occur. The high levels of fluoride disrupt the normal process of tooth mineral formation. This results in reduced mineral content and increased porosity in the...