Dental Diseases and Academic Development

It may only be early summer, but the 2021-22 school year will be upon us before you know it. And with it will come your cares and concerns for your child’s academic well-being and performance. But did you know that your child’s oral health could be a key factor in […]

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How nutrition can affect dental health

You probably remember what it was like to be a kid in the morning – or just before bed – with your parents asking you: “Did you brush your teeth?!” Now that you’re the parent, it doesn’t seem like such a chore anymore, right? As a parent, you want the […]

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Our Favorite Holiday Gifts for Healthy Teeth

It’s here – that magical time in our children’s lives when all seems right with the world, and they brim with anticipation over what goodies may be headed their way over the holidays. Even in this uniquely trying year, there is something so warming and reassuring about this ultimately festive […]

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Tips for a Cavity-Free Summer

Ah summer, the time of year that all kids associate with sweetness – literally. Think back to your childhood and what do you associate with summer? Yes, there’s no school and camps and trips to the pool and vacations looming large, BUT there’s a good chance that some type of […]

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When to Seek Emergency Dental Services

In the current health climate in which we live, Kids Dentistry of North Georgia understands that a trip to the dentist may not be something you are looking to do. However, even during this time of social distancing, there are instances when taking your child to the dentist is not […]

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Why Dentistry for Children?

Baby teeth play a very important role in the health and development of your child and a much larger role than many people realize. Yes, they do fall out, but before they do, they need to be taken care of just as well as the permanent (adult) teeth that come […]

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