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Children’s Dentistry: The First Three Years

January 19, 2016

Filed under: Children's Dentist — Tags: , , — pontevedra @ 7:20 pm

In our blog this week, we want to teach you about the importance of infant oral health care. In the past, many people believed that baby teeth were not important because adult teeth eventually replaced them. Recent research suggests that baby teeth are important contributors to the health and function of the adult dentition. The American Dental Association currently recommends that children see a dentist by the time their first tooth erupts or before they turn 1 year old, whichever event happens first. Once the first tooth erupts, it is important to maintain the health of the dentition with dental visits every 6 months. If a child has turned 1 and does not have any teeth yet, it is important for that child to visit the dentist to ensure that dental development is taking place normally.


How to Teach Your Children Proper Oral Health Habits

September 21, 2014

Filed under: Children's Dentist — Tags: , — pontevedra @ 12:27 am

At Ponte Vedra Complete Dentistry, we are dedicated to educating the residents of Ponte Vedra, Jacksonville Beach, Atlantic Beach, Nocatee, and Palm Valley not only with excellent dental care but also with oral health education.

Did you know that most adults have never been educated on the proper methods to brushing and flossing? Several months back we posted a blog that detailed exactly how to properly brush. Why has that education never been provided?  First, it was not until the 1940’s that Charles C. Bass began to study brushing and created the Bass method.  Before then, even dentists did not have a great grasp on how to properly brush.


Oral Health Care Guidelines For Your Children

January 5, 2014

Filed under: Children's Dentist — Tags: , — pontevedra @ 1:40 am

Historically many people have seen children’s oral healthcare as almost optional.  The care of deciduous teeth, otherwise known as baby teeth, was seen as of little importance.  The idea was that they will fall out so the worst case scenario is not all that bad.  This could not be further from the reality of the situation.  Oral healthcare of deciduous teeth and a child’s gums and mouth are extremely important for the health of the permanent teeth as well as the overall health of the child.  Neglecting the proper care can lead to irreparable problems later on and significant costs that are associated.  This blog provides some tips and fundamentals of how to provide the best care of your child’s teeth and oral health. (more…)