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Appointment Day For Children With Sensory Issues

Creating a positive and comfortable environment during dental appointments is crucial for children with sensory issues. Here are several ways Champions Pediatric Dentistry in Spring, TX and Cypress, TX has ensured successful visits for children with sensory sensitivities: Advance Communication: Encourage parents to inform the Champions Pediatric Dentistry team about their child’s sensory sensitivities in […]

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Baby’s First Dental Visit

Baby Got Teeth? According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, see a pediatric dentist by AGE ONE. Medicaid follows this AAPD guideline. Early dental visits can help prevent dental problems, establish good oral hygiene habits, and detect any dental issues before they become more serious. Here’s why your baby’s first dental visit with Champions

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Tooth Sealants

Why Is My Pediatric Dentist Recommending Tooth Sealants?  Pediatric dental sealants are a crucial tool in cavity prevention, particularly in children. Tooth sealants can be applied by Champions Pediatric Dentistry on the same day as your visit and are often covered by insurance.  Tooth sealants are thin, protective coatings applied to the chewing surfaces of

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Cavity Prevention in Children

The Troublemakers Behind Cavities Cavities, those pesky little things, can cause children some serious dental drama. It’s important to know what causes them: Tricky Bacteria: There are tiny bacteria in your child’s mouth, and they love sugar! Sugary Treats: Sweets and sugary drinks are like candy for those troublesome bacteria. Acid Attack: When the bacteria

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Fluoride: Why Your Pediatric Dentist Recommends It

What is fluoride? Fluoride is a naturally-occurring mineral found in rocks, soil, water, and air. It is considered to be especially beneficial in dentistry, as it promotes enamel remineralization (strengthens tooth structure) and helps prevent enamel demineralization (stops cavity development). In addition, fluoride can also inhibit bacterial metabolism and acid production, thereby protecting even further

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Children with Sensory Sensitivities: Tips for Planning a Successful Dental Visit

Sensory sensitivities and sensory processing issues are frequently observed in children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or ADHD. These children tend to experience difficulties with social interaction and often exhibit restricted or repetitive behaviors. They may also demonstrate heightened anxiety, weakened or delayed coordination, and differing levels of communication skills. As you may already

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