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Baby Teeth 101—General Dentistry for Children in Indianapolis

 Baby Teeth 101—General Dentistry for Children in Indianapolis
Congratulations on having a baby! What a wonderful time in your life. As a first time parent, this can be scary. You want nothing but the best for your child, including healthy teeth. But what do you need to know in order to keep your baby’s brand new teeth healthy? Do you even need to clean a baby’s teeth? All of these questions are valid, and we are here to help answer them for you.
Categories: Tooth Care, Dental Hygiene
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5 Awesome Ways to Teach Kids about Dental Health – Family Dentistry in Indianapolis

5 Awesome Ways to Teach Kids about Dental Health – Family Dentistry in Indianapolis
Little Timmy loves a lot of things. He loves riding his bike around the neighborhood with his dad, he loves watching reruns of Sesame Street and singing along with Elmo and Big Bird, and he loves being able to tie his new light-up shoes without the help of a grown-up. But most of all Timmy LOVES sugar—any kind of sugar really. Sometimes Timmy’s mom finds him munching on two or three cookies at one time, which he effectively stole from the cookie jar and hid in his room. Sometimes Timmy even tr...
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Why You Should Get Your Wisdom Teeth Extracted

Have you missed your visits from the tooth fairy? If you have, you may be in luck. Wisdom teeth extraction is a now common practice in American dentistry, giving people in their teens and young adult years the chance to see their fairy friend once more. Why is wisdom teeth extraction such a common practice? With years of experience in wisdom teeth removal, we have the answers!
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Thank you for coming in and teaching us how to take care of our teeth. We had fun brushing the fish and dragons teeth!
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Haleigh, Lela, Oliva, Nathon, Cole, Bryce, Brock, Sam, Evan & Chloe 

Thank you for coming in and teaching us how to take care of our teeth. We had fun brushing the fish and dragons teeth!
Love,

Haleigh, Lela, Oliva, Nathon, Cole, Bryce, Brock, Sam, Evan & Chloe 

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Some baby teeth can remain in the mouth until age 13 or longer.

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