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Getting Ready for Your Child's First Dental Crown

A pediatric dental crown is a protective cover placed over a tooth that has been severely damaged or decayed.

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Tips To Prepare My Child For A Pediatric Root Canal

As a parent, hearing that your child needs a pulpotomy, or a pediatric root canal, can be daunting.

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Can Tongue Ties Go Away On Their Own?

It's not uncommon for babies to be born with a tongue tie, which is a condition where the thin strip of tissue under the tongue (the lingual frenulum) is shorter or tighter than usual.

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How To Find a Dentist For My Child

With the right information and guidance, you can ensure your child receives the best dental care available, setting them up for long-term success with a healthy, confident smile.

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How To Prepare Your Child For A Cavity Filling

With the right preparation and guidance, it can be a smooth, stress-free process.

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Can You Get Cavities Under Dental Sealants?

One such question that often surfaces is, "Can you get cavities under dental sealants?" In this blog, we will discuss whether you can get cavities under dental sealants.

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Are Spacers Necessary for Baby Teeth?

Your child just lost one of their baby teeth! If they are around six years old, then they are right on schedule. Baby teeth usually begin to fall off around this age. But, if they are younger than this, their dentist may recommend a space maintainer. 

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How Often Should My Child See a Dentist?

One question that often comes up is how often should your child see a dentist? Regular dental visits are essential for maintaining good oral hygiene and preventing dental problems.

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How Should I Care for My Infant's Teeth?

You're head over heels with your baby's toothless grin. But as their teeth start to come in, you start asking yourself: how exactly do I take care of my baby's teeth?

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Can You Put Crowns On Baby Teeth?

Keep reading this short blog post to learn why your child might need a dental crown and how it can help their oral health development.

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Is The Tooth Fairy Real?

This article will discuss the origin of the magical fairy and how it became so popular.

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Why Are My Kid's Teeth Yellow?

Every parent wants their kids to have healthy, beautiful smiles. But sometimes, kids’ teeth don’t look quite as white and bright as we would like. 

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What Is The Difference Between a Root Canal and a Pulpotomy?

Pulpotomies and Root Canals may seem like the same procedure, but there are key differences. This article explores these differences, as well as discuss signs that your child may need to visit a pediatric dentist.

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Does My Child Need a Filling or a Crown?

If your child has a cavity, you may want to know what the best course of action is. Will they need a filling or a crown? This short blog post might offer some answers. 

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Pediatric Dentist vs General Dentist‍

It can be beneficial to know how a pediatric dentist can help your child’s oral health in a way that general dentists can’t. Read on in this blog from Campfire Pediatric Dentistry to find out how.

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How to Ease Your Child’s Dental Anxiety

We take a number of steps at our office to create a comforting environment and there are additional tools that can be used to facilitate a positive dental experience. Read on in this blog from Campfire Pediatric Dentistry to find out more about how you can ease your child’s dental anxiety.

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Understanding The Stages Of Pediatric Dental Care – Keep Your Child’s Mouth Healthy‍

Are you wondering what to expect as your child grows? In this blog from Campfire Pediatric Dentistry, we’ll discuss what you need to know about the stages of pediatric dental care from the ages of 0 to 18.

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Welcome to Campfire Pediatric Dentistry!

As the founder behind Campfire Pediatric Dentistry, Dr. Nathan is thrilled to provide a family-centered practice that empowers parents and brings a delightful dose of adventure and fun to every child’s appointment!

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"I believe children are capable of great things and great growth. I want to help kids and their families reach their highest potential in health, communication, and life."

– Dr. Nathan Benassi

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