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Dental X-rays and Your Child

We’re parents, so we worry. It comes with the job description! That’s why we make sure our children use toothbrushes with soft bristles and apply just the right amount of…

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What’s an intraoral camera?

One of the greatest features our team at Potomac Falls Pediatric Dentistry offers is the ability to see first-hand how we can help our patients. While X-rays help us detect…

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New Year’s Eve

Watching the clock tick down the final seconds until midnight, many of us- Potomac Falls Pediatric Dentistry included- feel nostalgic about the passing year and hopeful about the new one…

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Losing a Baby Tooth

It seems like yesterday. There you were, comforting your baby through sleepless nights, soothing her with a dentist-approved teether, celebrating as that first tiny tooth poked through her gums. And…

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My child has canker sores! How can I help?

According to the American Association of Pediatric Density, roughly one in five children suffers from canker sores. Canker sores are small sores that appear inside the cheeks, on the lips,…

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Oral Health Concerns for Infants

Because babies’ teeth don’t appear until around six to eight months of age, it’s a natural misconception that they don’t need dental care. But the steps you take as the…

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Dental Sealants for Baby Teeth?

Perhaps you’ve heard your friends talking about dental sealants, and how well they prevent cavities. And as soon as your child’s permanent molars come in, you absolutely plan to make…