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Category: Pediatric Dentistry

Why Is Dentistry For Children Important For Their Health?
As a parent you want what’s best for your child and to keep them as happy and healthy as possible. Taking care of your oral health is important for keeping your overall body healthy. Taking your child to the dentist early will ensure their overall health is in check, and their beautiful smile will be on the right track as they grow older. Disco…
When Should My Child First Go To The Dentist?
If you are wondering when to take your child to the dentist, you’re in the right place. As a newborn parent, it can be extremely overwhelming, and you want to do whatever it takes to keep your child healthy. When it comes to their dental care, children should first go to the dentist at six months- a year. Many parents should make their initial …
Lindner Dental Awards a Limo Ride to School to 7-year-old Juliette for her Amazing Toothbrush Design
Lindner Dental Associates in Bedford, NH recently held a toothbrush design contest for local children. The response was nothing short of amazing! There were 63 entries submitted including a life-sized toothbrush, a toothbrush made out of legos, a snowman toothbrush, a giraffe and so many more wonderful entries. “All the entries were so incre…
How To Prevent Dental Anxiety in Children
It’s normal for children and adults to feel fear and stress at their dentist appointments. Everything is new and unknown to them, and the medical setting can be a bit overwhelming. Preventing their dental anxiety starts by bringing them to the dentist at an early age so they can get used to teeth cleanings and exams. There are other ways to hel…
How to Teach Your Children Good Dental Hygiene
Children that develop good dental hygiene habits when they are young are much more apt to continue those habits for a lifetime. It is easier than you may think to teach children of all ages how to properly care for their teeth. Investing time and patience now will certainly pay off in the long run! Infants Dental care is important for infants ev…
How Should I Prepare For My Child’s First Dental Visit?
Many parents may feel overwhelmed thinking about their child’s first dental visit. By understanding what a first appointment entails and how to prepare for it, we can help eliminate those first visit jitters and make the experience a positive one. This guide will answer some common questions about the preparation and expectations of your child’s…
How to Avoid Dental Issues from Prolonged Pacifier Use
Often times during infancy, a pacifier may be the only thing keeping you sane. Infants can benefit from a pacifier early on (0-12 months) to help them self soothe before and during sleep. It is important to understand, however, that little ones should be weaned from their pacifiers as soon as possible in order to avoid bite problems and other or…
4 Commonly Asked Questions to Pediatric Dentist
When it comes to our children, there can never be enough preparedness or information. We want to make sure our children are starting off on the right path and we can provide knowledgeable answers to their questions. In order to do this, it’s best to equip ourselves with reliable information. Below we have included a list of common questions abou…
Avoiding Tooth Decay in Children
The dental hygiene habits children learn while they are young can affect them for their entire lives. Teaching good dental care practices to kids is a great way to ensure that they avoid cavities and tooth decay not only during their youth but into adulthood as well. It can, however, be hard to figure out what habits to instill in kids without o…
5 Questions to Ask Your Pediatric Dentist
When you become a parent, your ultimate goal is to take the best possible care of your children. This includes caring for their physical and oral health. When the time comes for you to select a pediatric dentist for your child or children, it’s normal to feel some level of anxiety. After all, negative dental office experiences can leave a lastin…