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Grinding Teeth or Babies’ Sweet Dreams?

August 16th, 2019|

Grinding Teeth is not a sound you expect to hear when checking on your sleeping child.  Instead, you hope that your child is peacefully dreaming sweet dreams. The experts at Kid’s Health points out that

Dental Sealants: Are They Safe?

August 7th, 2019|

Dental Sealants are completely safe for children.  At Dentistry for Children, we have discussed this issue before.  However, rumors, fear, and doubts are still popping up.  And many parents are naturally concerned.  This is largely

Tongue-Lip Ties Reviewed

July 23rd, 2019|

Tongue-Lip ties have been addressed in this blog previously.  However, it has been a while since we wrote on Tongue-Lip Ties.  And babies seem to be popping up everywhere this summer. Thus we thought parents

Sedation Safety Regulation Reformed

July 17th, 2019|

Sedation safety has always been a critical concern at Dentistry for Children.  Sedation is a serious word. It means "the act of calming by administration of a sedative. A sedative is a medication that commonly induces the nervous system to calm." Likewise, general anesthesia means: "a state of unconsciousness produced by anesthestic agents, with absence of pain sensation over the entire body and a greater or lesser degree of muscular relaxation; the  medicines producing this state can be administered by inhalation, intravenously, intramuscularly, or rectally, or via the gastrointestinal tract."  Either sedation or general anesthesia would only be recommended for