5 steps in a dental emergency

Having a teen in the house is stressful enough without having to worry about what they are getting into when they aren’t in the house. In our practice we have seen teens with everything from oral piercings to vaping habits. We even have seen teens who enjoy smokeless tobacco, oral sex, or even have eating disorders. 

The reality is, as our children work to discover themselves in the world they are experimenting and exploring life. This can sometimes lead to oral disease, discolorations, and cavities. 

This guide gives you the run down of things we see and the best ways to prevent long term oral damage from these explorations. You will find references to ADA journals on each page – so you know it isn’t just our team’s opinions shared here. 

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Complete Guide to Infant Dental Care

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