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Helpful Pediatric Dentistry Tips!

A Timeline for Your Child’s Dental Milestones

by Dr. Steve Whittemore, D.D.S. | Published November 14, 2022

During the first two years of your child’s life, their mouth will go through many changes and important milestones. As parents, you’re responsible for helping your child—and their teeth—through the [ more ]

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How to Stop Thumb Sucking

by Dr. Steve Whittemore, D.D.S. | Published October 27, 2022

Thumb sucking may be simultaneously one of your child’s biggest habits and comforts. For babies, it’s a natural root reflex they developed in utero. For toddlers, thumb or digit sucking [ more ]

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What Age to Start Brushing Your Child’s Teeth

by Dr. Steve Whittemore, D.D.S. | Published September 8, 2022

It’s never too early to begin thinking about your child’s teeth. The sooner you and your child develop a healthy relationship with dental care, the better! Parents may often wonder, [ more ]

Explaining Cavities to Kids

by Dr. Steve Whittemore, D.D.S. | Published August 23, 2022

When your child gets old enough to take charge of their own oral health it’s important to educate them on common dental issues they’ll want to prevent. One of the [ more ]

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How Your Child’s Nutrition Affects Their Oral Health

by Dr. Steve Whittemore, D.D.S. | Published August 15, 2022

Encouraging good oral health practices in your children begins with good oral hygiene practices—brushing at least twice a day and daily flossing. But what you allow your children to eat [ more ]

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