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Archive for the ‘ Pediatric Dental Care in Maryland ’ Category

Children’s Dentistry in Columbia, MD

Friday, September 11th, 2020
Children's Dentistry Catonsville Dental Care

We specialize in children’s dentistry in Columbia, MD.

We specialize in children’s dentistry in Columbia, MD. Dental health and oral hygiene are essential skills that are best established early in childhood, making sure your kids get to their children’s dentistry appointments. Unfortunately, they’re not fun or exciting, usually, so most kids have little interest. So it’s a parent’s responsibility to help kids learn the right dental habits they need as they grow, even when it results in a battle of wills. If you’re having trouble keeping your kids to a good oral routine, keep these reasons in mind and carry on. 

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Pediatric Dentistry in Catonsville

Friday, April 24th, 2020
pediatric dentistry Catonsville Dental Care

If you’re interested in learning more about our pediatric dentistry services, then give us a call today!

For 16 years, we have specialized in pediatric dentistry. Trying to get some children to brush their teeth is quite the struggle, but it needs to happen. Proper dental health should start young. Because children develop their habits very early in life, teaching the importance of teeth brushing and flossing is critical. Are you a Catonsville, MD resident looking for a doctor’s office that your children (and you) will love? Then, that’s us. Read on to learn a few common mistakes that parents make when enforcing dental health habits. 

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Pediatric Dentistry in Baltimore County

Friday, March 20th, 2020
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As a parent, it’s more than reasonable to contemplate who should surround our children but you can trust in our pediatric dentistry services

If you’re In Baltimore County and looking for a dentist’s office that specializes in pediatric dentistry, then choosing us is an excellent choice. Catonsville Dental Care is a fun, caring, and warm place to be! Just check out our latest Facebook video! Not only is our job to transform smiles, but we like to make people smile by making them feel right at home. As a parent, it’s more than reasonable to contemplate who should surround our children. While we love to laugh and joke, we take pediatric dentistry seriously, as well as family dentistry in general. From ages 3 to 103, we want each of our patients to feel valued, and like family while providing them with expert service. You can trust in us. Today we’ll be offering some dental health tips that will positively impact your children. 

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Pediatric Dentistry in Owings Mills

Friday, November 15th, 2019

We cater to families here at Catonsville Dental Care

Catonsville Dental Care specializes in pediatric dentistry. We also have many service areas, Owings Mills, MD included. If you’re an Owings Mills resident and have yet to find the best dentist’s offices for your child(ren), then look no further. Catonsville Dental Care is a top dentist’s office in Baltimore County for a reason. You can trust us to take care of your entire family and understand your busy schedule. We have some oral healthcare tips to share with you as it pertains to your child(ren). Keep reading! 

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Why Does My Child Have Bad Breath?

Friday, February 1st, 2019
Bad breath could be a sign of something more serious.

Bad breath could be a sign of something more serious.

As a parent, you are likely putting in significant effort to teach your children good dental hygiene habits. Brushing teeth twice a day, using mouthwash, and flossing regularly all lead to a healthy mouth. But sometimes even with all of these habits in place, your child can have bad breath. If you find that your child has a breath problem there are many factors you will want to consider, today we’ll walk you through five of the most common.   (more…)

Head Back To School With Healthy Teeth

Friday, August 10th, 2018

Send your child back to school with exceptional oral health.

The new school year is quickly approaching, and you want to make sure your child is fully prepared.  Getting school supplies and clothes is important, but your child’s oral health is even more important!  According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, tooth decay affect U.S. school children more than any chronic infectious disease, and 19 percent of children between the ages of 2 and 19 have untreated tooth decay.  So, it is essential that your child goes back to school with exceptional oral health so that they do not have to miss school for a tooth infection. (more…)

How To Improve Your Child’s Oral Health

Friday, February 9th, 2018
Preventing Cavities

Learn how to improve your child’s dental hygiene.

If you are a parent, you should want the best for your child and for them to be exceptionally healthy.  One important aspect of your child’s health is their teeth and their dental hygiene in general.  It is critical that you teach your child the benefits of oral health and how to achieve it as well.  The last thing you want is your child to have cavities and have to sit through a filling.  Luckily, there a few simple ways to improve your child’s oral health. (more…)

3 Reasons Why Your Child Has Bad Breath

Friday, January 19th, 2018

Be familiar with a few of the cause of bad breath in children.

You teach your child to brush their teeth twice a day and to floss daily, but that may not be enough to prevent them from developing bad breath.  Bad breath, referred to in the medical field as halitosis, can develop in children for a variety of reasons not just due to bad oral health practices.  Once you know the underlying cause for your child’s bad breath, you can then effectively treat it and prevent it from recurring.  Discover a few of the reason why your child could develop bad breath. (more…)

How To Treat Your Baby’s Teething Pain

Friday, January 12th, 2018

Learn how to soothe your baby when they start to teethe.

Even though it is not a fun time for your child, it is common for babies to experience teething pain.  It is common for babies to be around six months old when they start teething, which is when the two front and bottom teeth that grow in cause pain.  When a baby starts to teeth, it is common for them to drool, chew on solid objects, and cry from the pain.  Luckily, there are few simple ways to soothe your child once they start to teethe. (more…)

How To Help Your Child Overcome Their Fear of Dentists

Friday, July 28th, 2017

How you can help your child make the dentist a pleasant experience

From a child’s point of view, a dentist’s office can be a scary place considering a stranger is poking metal objects in their mouth.  Going to the dentist at a young age can be anxiety inducing, and even some adults don’t favor getting a routine cleaning.  But as we all know, visiting the dentist is vital for a healthy mouth and a great way to promote oral hygiene habits. There are several strategies you can practice with your child to ease their fear of the dentist.   (more…)