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Wondering if you should have dental treatment or dental cleanings during pregnancy?  If so, check out Dr. Rubin, our board-certified pediatric dentist, in this article:  Oral Health in Prenatal Care. How often should I see the dentist while pregnant? While we recommend checkups at least twice a year, hormonal changes during pregnancy can lead to...

Along with the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, we recommend that your first visit takes place by your child’s 1st birthday or when their first tooth erupts in order to set a strong foundation for pediatric dental care. At your first visit we will get to know you, examine your child’s mouth, discuss dietary and...

The simple answer to this is every 3-4 months or when you see the bristles are frayed. It’s estimated that well over 100 species and up to 1 million bacteria live in our mouths! Imagine how often your toothbrush removes these, only for them to multiply again the next time you eat or drink something....

6 to 12 Months Most babies will get their first tooth between 6 and 12 months of age. If your little one starts later than this, don't worry! Every child develops at their own page. However, the American Academy of Pediatrics suggest parents talk to their pediatric dentist if their child doesn’t have any teeth...

Although thorough brushing and flossing removes most food particles and bacteria from easy to reach tooth surfaces, they do not reach the deep grooves on chewing surfaces of teeth.  More than 75 percent of dental decay begins in these deep grooves (called pits and fissures). Toothbrush bristles are often too large to clean most of...

Pediatric dentistry is the specialty of dentistry that focuses on the oral health of young people- including the needs of infants, children, adolescents, and persons with special health care needs. A specialized dentist for kids is always recommended, which is why we have Dr. Jennifer Rubin. We focus on prevention, early detection and treatment of...

We’re all at risk for having a tooth knocked out.  More than 5 million teeth are knocked out every year!  If we know how to handle this emergency situation, we might be able to save the tooth.  Teeth that are knocked out can possibly be re-implanted if we act quickly and follow these simple steps:...

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