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Best Raleigh Female Pediatric Dentists

March 12th, 2021

Carolina Pediatric Dentistry employs some of the best female pediatric dentists in Raleigh. Our office offers a variety of services in a kid-friendly, modern environment for children of all ages. Regardless of your child’s stage in life or dental needs, our highly trained and experienced dental team can help. Here’s what you can expect if you choose us as your go-to pediatric dentist office.

A Kid-Friendly Office

We do everything possible to ensure your child has a positive experience from the moment they walk through our door. Our staff will help them feel calm and comfortable while they’re in the waiting room and exam. With our dentists by their side, your child may even look forward to dentist appointments. Our Waxhaw, NC orthodontist friends at Chad Johnson Orthodontics have raved about our fun and exciting pediatric dental office.

Additional Training

Our female dentists have undergone two to three years of additional training beyond dental school. This has allowed them to hone in on how to provide quality dental care to children. They know what it takes to support them as their dental needs change over time. Additionally, our dentists can relieve the anxiety that often comes with young children at the dentist.

Services for Children of All Ages

Whether you have a toddler, elementary school child, or high schooler, Carolina Pediatric Dentistry is ideal. We offer top-notch dental services for children of all ages. We also serve children with special needs such as autism, ADHD, and down syndrome. You can trust us to be your child's “dental home” throughout every stage of their life.

Advanced Technologies

At Carolina Pediatric Dentistry, we invest in a number of advanced technologies to make your child’s experience painless and comfortable. For example, we offer low radiation digital x-rays to quickly and effectively diagnose and treat hidden issues.

Contact Carolina Pediatric Dentistry Today

If you’d like to schedule an appointment at our office, we encourage you to call us at (919) 570-0180. We look forward to meeting you and your child!

What is baby bottle tooth decay (now know as Early Childhood Caries)?

April 8th, 2020

Great question! What was once known as baby bottle tooth decay and now called "early childhood caries" refers to the development of cavities in baby teeth, often caused by the frequent and long-term exposure of a child's teeth to liquids containing sugars. These liquids include milk, formula, fruit juice, sodas and other sweetened drinks. The bacteria in the mouth thrive on this sugar and produce acids that attack the infant's teeth and gums. After numerous attacks, cavities can begin to form.

The first rule is to make sure your child does not fall asleep with a bottle containing milk, formula, juice or other sweetened liquids. Giving an infant a sugary drink before bedtime is harmful because the flow of saliva decreases during sleep, allowing the sugary liquids to linger on the child's teeth for an extended period of time. If left untreated, pain and infection can result.

So, how can you prevent baby teeth from getting cavities?  In addition to eliminating sweet drinks, brush your child's teeth using a soft toothbrush, and a small amount of fluoride toothpaste.

The American Academy of Pediatrics, American Dental Association, and the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommend that children have their first dental visit by 12 month of age.  We would love to meet your family and give your child the care they deserve! Please give us a call if your child hasn't visited our Raleigh and Wakefield office in the last six months or to set up a new patient appointment at one of our offices!

Welcome to Our Blog

January 30th, 2020

Thank you for taking the time to visit our blog. Please check back often for weekly updates on fun and exciting events happening at our office, important and interesting information about  the dental industry, and the latest news about our practice.

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