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San Jose Dentist Offers Tips for Your Child’s Teething by Randall LaFrom Posted Tue 07 Aug 2012 9:00pm The teething process can be as grating on the nerves of a parent as it can be irritating to the baby whose teeth are coming in. Most of us probably do not remember our own teething processes, but the thought of your first set of teeth erupting from your gums leaves little wonder why your baby would be irritable. Silicon Valley dentist Dr. Ran ... Read on »
Facts About Your Child’s Oral Health from Your Cupertino Dentist by Randall LaFrom Posted Mon 16 Apr 2012 9:20pm Some people believe that childhood oral health is not important because children lose their first set of teeth anyways. Despite this common misconception, your child should begin visiting the dentist in infancy. Did you know that childhood tooth decay is the number one infectious disease among our younger population? Many children in the Unit ... Read on »
Caring for Kids’ Teeth & Gums by The Verigin Dental Health Team Doctor of Dentistry Posted Fri 10 Feb 2012 9:18am   Long ago and far away, there was a radio drama called This Is Your FBI. J. Edgar Hoover called it “the finest dramatic program on the air.” Typically, its intro stressed “the current crime wave” or the excellence of the FBI – sometimes both together. Did no one stop to ask the obvious: If these agents are our best defense again ... Read on »
My Child Self-Extracted His Own Tooth! by Angeline Patient Expert Posted Sun 20 Jun 2010 8:24pm This is a continuation from the post “Excitingly eeewww” . When my 6 year old child’s first tooth fell off his gum at sleep, I was excited that it did not go down to the digestive channel, hence he could keep the tooth, so that tooth fairy can come and reward him as promised when he spoke to tooth fairy . But the second tooth is even ... Read on »
You Don’t Need Teeth to Be Cavity-Prone by The Verigin Dental Health Team Doctor of Dentistry Posted Mon 29 Aug 2011 10:09am Yep! Really. New research has documented hundreds of bacterial species in the saliva of infants, including the microbes that biofilm and lead to decay. As the Dental Tribune recently reported , US researchers have found evidence of bacteria associated with early childhood caries in the saliva of infants with no teeth. Their findings s ... Read on »
Creepy-Cool Image: A Child’s Skull with 2 Sets of Teeth by The Verigin Dental Health Team Doctor of Dentistry Posted Mon 12 Sep 2011 10:01am Ever wonder why you have two sets of teeth in your lifetime? The simple answer: When you’re an infant, your jaw is too small to hold the full set of adult teeth. “Baby teeth” (also known as “milk,” “primary” or “deciduous” teeth) serve as placeholders of a sort, guiding proper development of the oral cavity. Once jaw, skull and surrounding ... Read on »
Guest Post – Dr. Kaneta R. Lott, Sending Your Child Back To School With A Healthy Smile by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 12 Sep 2012 9:02pm A Healthy Mouth Is An Important Part Of Maintaining A Healthy Lifestyle Starting a new school year is a great opportunity to get your child back into a steady routine, which includes eating right, getting to bed on time and making sure they are taking care of their teeth each day. As a pediatric dentist, I believe keeping a healthy mo ... Read on »
5 Goodies Kids Should Avoid to Maintain a Healthy Set of Teeth by Beth F. Patient Expert Posted Mon 10 Sep 2012 12:14pm Written by Role Mommy Contributor, Jessica Donnovan. Parents want nothing less than the best for their kids. They do not want their kids to make the same mistakes that they did when they were younger. Parents get monstrous when another kid in school hits their baby. They curse the first boy that broke their little girl's heart. The ... Read on »
Children's Teeth - Dark Tooth by Dr. Ellie Phillips Posted Thu 28 Apr 2011 11:05am Dear Dr. Ellie My grandaughter is 3 years old. Her front tooth is turning dark. The dentist said a nerve was damaged and it would not affect her permanent tooth. Do you think the xylitol would have any effect on this tooth? Thank you -D Hi D, A tooth that turns dark (for a child of this age) usually means that (at some time) ... Read on »
Children's Teeth - Dark Tooth by Dr. Ellie Phillips Posted Thu 28 Apr 2011 12:00am Dear Dr. Ellie My grandaughter is 3 years old. Her front tooth is turning dark. The dentist said a nerve was damaged and it would not affect her permanent tooth. Do you think the xylitol would have any effect on this tooth? Thank you -D Hi D, A tooth that turns dark (for a child of this age) usually means that (at some time ... Read on »