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Dr. Despina Diditsi, Specialist Pediatric Dentist, Greek, Fellow of the European Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, earned her MSc from the CatholicUniversity of Louvain in Brussels-Belgium in 1991.

Learn From My Mistakes and Join the Monster-Free Mouths Movement #MouthMonsters

Facts about childrens dental health and how kids can avoid tooth decay from the The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry.

Chart showing names, locations and the time-to-expect permanent teeth for your child. Dentaltown - Patient Education Ideas

Between tongue thrusting, thumb sucking, and baby bottle tooth decay, it’s important to protect your child from these early dental complications. Read this infographic and find out what you can do!

Dentaltown - One Baby Tooth + One Pediatric Dental Visit = Zero Cavities. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) recommends establishing a “Dental Home” for your child by one year of age. Children who have a dental home are more likely to receive appropriate preventive and routine oral care. Brushing your toddlers’ teeth: please do not comment unless you are a parent. Dentaltown Pediatric Dentistry http://www.dentaltown.com/MessageBoard/thread.aspx?s=2&f=136&t=255785&v=1.

Occlusion - Pediatric Dentistry of the Falls | #Sterling | #VA | http://www.pediatricdentistryofthefalls.com/

The worst food and drink for your teeth. Everyone knows that sugar is bad for your teeth, but acidic foods can cause just as many problems. Below is a list of common foods and drinks and how acidic (bad) or alkaline (good) they are.

The worst food and drink for your teeth. Everyone knows that sugar is bad for your teeth, but acidic foods can cause just as many problems. Below is a list of common foods and drinks and how acidic (bad) or alkaline (good) they are.