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Pediatric Dentistry of Syosset is dedicated to providing comprehensive pediatric care in Syosset, NY. That’s why we’ve also created this blog where parents can get tips & advice to improve the oral health of their children. Please review our articles below and contact our staff if you have any topic suggestions or would like to schedule an appointment!

Reasons That Increase The Duration Of Treatment With Braces

Reasons That Increase The Duration Of Treatment With Braces

A burning question for braces is: “How long should braces be worn?” There is no universal answer to this question.
If the teeth visually look even, this is not an argument to get rid of braces. It is necessary that the dental units are properly in contact in the frontal and lateral segments when closed. They should be in close contact during compression and form minimal gaps. The priority is to restore the normal functioning of the bite. Aesthetics of a smile is also important, but it is rather a pleasant addition.

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Why Might Sedation Dentistry For Children Be Needed

What to Look For In a Pediatric Dentist

When it comes to your child’s dental care, you want to know that they are seeing the very best dental provider available to them. You want to know that they are receiving the preventative care that is essential to keeping their smile full, healthy and bright. If you are on the hunt for a new

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Pediatric Dentistry Of Syosset Little Boy Getting Dental Work Done

What Are the Common Issues of Dental Health in Children?

Your child’s dental health is incredibly important. As a parent or guardian, you want to know that their smile is healthy and bright for life. Unfortunately, children are often more susceptible to certain dental health concerns when compared to adults. Knowing more about these issues and how to prevent and treat them can help in

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Male Patient Receiving Treatment In Clinic

How To Heal Without Breaking The Bank?

Thus, periodontal diseases are divided into two main groups. The first group includes diseases limited to superficial periodontal tissues, that is, gingivitis. The second group includes diseases affecting the deep periodontium that supports the tooth, i.e., periodontitis.

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