• A Guide To Brushing From Birth To Age 6

    Posted on March 23, 2020 by Susan Arnold
    Children Dentistry
    Begin cleaning your baby’s mouth during the first few days after birth by wiping the gums with a clean, moist gauze pad or washcloth.  As soon as teeth appear, decay can occur.  Brush your child’s teeth in the morning and before bed time. For children under the age of 3 use a child-size toothbrush and […]

    How To Talk To Your Kids About The Corona Virus

    Posted on March 20, 2020 by Susan Arnold
    Proper Hygiene
    If there is one thing at Pediatric Dental Associates of Randolph that we know well, it’s kids. On a daily basis in our office we deal with kids approaching situations that are difficult for them, such as their first dental visit or having a cavity filled. The approach we always take is to follow the […]

    Should Teenagers Still See A Pediatric Dentist?

    Posted on March 20, 2020 by Susan Arnold
    Pediatric Dentist for Teenagers
    At Pediatric Dental Associates of Randolph, we welcome our patients to remain in our care as long as they are comfortable. Unless a patient needs extensive treatment with their permanent teeth, we will never suggest a patient leave our practice.  In fact, we have many patients that come back from college and beyond for their […]

    Mission Gratitude by Pediatric Dental Associates of Randolph

    Posted on March 19, 2020 by Susan Arnold
    Giving back to our community has always been a big part of who we are at Pediatric Dental Associates of Randolph.  We created Mission Gratitude as a way to recognize military service members, and local first responders and service dogs as a way to have the community join together in honoring the service of these brave […]

    What makes a dental practice special

    Posted on February 26, 2019 by Pediatric Dental Associates of Randolph
    hygienist-treating
    When you choose a practice you do so with the expectation of getting the very best care possible. What makes a practice truly special and stand above its competition is exceptional care and compassion from not only the providers but the front desk staff as well. The very best practices have individuals answering the phones […]
    Pediatric Dentist instead of a General Dentist
    In choosing a dental home for your child there are many factors to consider.  The most important consideration is to find a place where your child will be comfortable as it is a well-established fact that early dental experiences will set the tone for a lifetime of optimal oral health.   The most obvious difference between […]

    What is silver diamine fluoride?

    Posted on November 22, 2018 by Pediatric Dental Associates of Randolph
    Diamine-Fluoride
    At Pediatric Dental Associates of Randolph one of the options, we may recommend for treating cavities in baby teeth is the application of silver diamine fluoride to affected teeth. The great appeal of using silver diamine fluoride on cavities is that it stops both the development and the spread of decay without the need to […]

    The Importance of Baby Teeth

    Posted on November 22, 2018 by Pediatric Dental Associates of Randolph
    Baby-Teeth
    At Pediatric Dental Associates of Randolph, we are passionate about children’s teeth. Aside from our dedication to caring for kids pearly whites, our other passion is to educate both children and their caregivers on all things impacting optimal oral health. Often adults don’t truly appreciate the important role baby teeth play in a child’s development. […]

    How do I choose the right toothpaste for my child?

    Posted on February 1, 2018 by Pediatric Dental Associates of Randolph
    Choose-toothpaste
    The selection of toothpaste at the grocery store seems to grow weekly. With a little knowledge about what’s best for your little one, you can successfully navigate this isle and make a toothpaste selection that will make you happy and your child eager to brush. From the time the first teeth begin to erupt until […]

    What Is Composite Filling and How Will It Help My Child?

    Posted on January 25, 2018 by Pediatric Dental Associates of Randolph
    Dental Composite Filling
    If your child is found to have a cavity, a composite filling will be used to fill the space where the decayed part of the tooth was.  The composite resin is actually made of porcelain mixed with either quartz or glass. Composite fillings  look and feel  virtually the same as natural teeth. The use of […]

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