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What is Hospital Dentistry?

While sedation dentistry options like laughing gas or oral medications work for some of our patients, they don’t for all…. Keep Reading

The Dangers of Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

All parents want the best for their children. Because of this, it can be easy to rely on bottles if they… Keep Reading

Picking the Right Toothbrush and Toothpaste

Kids grow so fast and right before our eyes. One day you are bringing them in for their first dental exam… Keep Reading

How Can Diet Affect Oral Health?

What your child eats affects their entire body of course, but food plays a role in their dental health as well. Keep Reading

Benefits of Dental Sealants

Every parent knows how important it is to establish proper oral hygiene habits at home when children are still quite young. Keep Reading

4 Ways to Make Brushing Teeth Fun

At Grandville Pediatric Dentistry, our pediatric dentists recommend that your child receive a dental cleaning every six months unless directed otherwise. Keep Reading

Does My Child Need a Space Maintainer?

As your child grows and develops, so does their mouth. More specifically, their teeth change as they transition from baby to more permanent, or adult. Keep Reading

How Safe is Laughing Gas for My Child?

Going to the dentist can be a scary and intimidating experience for a young child. There are new people, a lot of things to look at, and unfamiliar requests being asked. Keep Reading

What to Do for 8 Different Dental Emergencies

If your child is experiencing a dental emergency, timing and speed are critical. Don’t delay in seeking emergency dental care from our pediatric dentists. Keep Reading

How Often Should My Child See the Dentist?

At Grandville Pediatric Dentistry, we recommend that your child should have their first visit by their first birthday or when a first tooth comes in. Keep Reading

5 Common Oral Health Problems & How to Prevent Them

Most parents work hard to help their children prevent cavities. However, there are other types of oral health problems that can pose a risk to your child’s smile. Keep Reading

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