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New Juice Recommendations from the AAP

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If you have been to our office, then you have surely heard Dr Van and the staff of Newton Pediatric Dentistry talk about the risks of too much juice in the diet. Part of having healthy teeth and a healthy body includes low sugar intake. Below are some hints that can help with making the […]

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5 Tips for Healthier Teeth This Summer!

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We all love summer vacation. The weather, the trips, the cookouts: It’s all great!                                   But sometimes we might forget our healthy routines from the school year and slip in to some less than perfect habits. Here are five […]

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Information about dental xrays

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Many people have questions about dental x-rays.  At Newton Pediatric Dentistry, we abide by the principal of ALARA-  As Low As Reasonably Acheivable.   We have invested in the latest, low radiation technology and take our responsibility as health care providers extremely seriously.  Please do not hesitate to ask us if you have any concerns […]

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So what exactly is a pediatric dentist?

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A pediatric dentist is a dentist who has went on to achieve additional ‘specialized’  training after completing a dental degree.  Pediatric dentistry is one of 9 dental specialties recognized by the American Dental association. Pediatric dentists are the pediatricians of dentistry. They provide both primary  and specialized oral health care for infants and children through adolescence, […]

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Can assisting your kids with tooth brushing help with academic achievement?

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And the answer is:  Absolutely! According to the US Department of Health and Human Services, caries — the process which causes dental cavities — is the most common chronic disease of childhood in the US.  By the time they enter kindergarten, 40% of children have had at least one cavity.  Not only is it crucial […]

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