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How to Floss Baby Teeth

How to Floss Baby Teeth

Taking care of your baby's teeth is essential for their oral health, and that includes flossing. While baby teeth will eventually fall out, they play a critical role in your child's dental development. Regular flossing helps remove plaque and bacteria that can lead to...

Brushing Tips for Parents in the New Year

Brushing Tips for Parents in the New Year

Are you a parent looking for ways to help your kids take better care of their teeth? Oral hygiene is important for children of all ages, as it can help prevent cavities and other dental problems. Here are some tips for managing your kids' oral hygiene:  Start early:...

Holiday Tips for Parents in Suwannee, Georgia

Holiday Tips for Parents in Suwannee, Georgia

Children look forward to holidays for several different reasons. Along with presents, kids get to collect and eat a lot of goodies. Usually, this means a wide array of candy. As a parent, you probably know that candy and teeth don’t get along. There is still no need...

National Brush Your Teeth Day in Suwannee, Georgia!

November is almost here! Dr. Rhonda Hogan, the number one pediatric dentist in Suwannee, GA, and her team are ready to celebrate National Brush Your Teeth Day on November 1st, 2022. As we enter the holiday season, our office likes to start a little early with this...

The Best (and Worst) Candy for Your Teeth

It’s September and Halloween candy is already lining the shelves of stores across the country. Although we have known for years that candy equals cavities, your child will most likely end up eating it whether you allow them to or not. Instead of fighting an uphill...

6 Signs You Should See a Pediatric Dentist

6 Signs You Should See a Pediatric Dentist

Dental hygiene is an important part of your child's health and it affects more than just their teeth. According to the CDC, poor oral health in childhood is also associated with poor performance in school and can lead to issues with eating and speaking. While up to...