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January 17, 2018 J. B. Selecman, DDS

Why Drinking Water is Good for Oral Health

We all know that drinking water is healthy for our bodies. It’s the healthiest drink out there! It keeps us hydrated, which by extension keeps our skin and other organs healthy. It’s also good for losing weight since there are no calories in water. But did you know that drinking water is beneficial for your Read More

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Chris Rowland, DDS

10 Keys to Taking the Fear Out of Your Child’s First Dental Visit

Your Child’s First Dental Visit: 10 Tips to Eliminate Their Fear When you’re growing up, a lot of things can be a little scary – the first day at a new school, booster shots from your Pediatrician, and yes, even visits to see your dentist. Dentist visits are one of those things that kids know Read More

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J. B. Selecman, DDS

How Your Child Can Benefit From A Pediatric Dentist

When you get right down to it, parenting often consists of asking yourself one question after another. What’s the best baby swing? Which pediatrician is the most highly recommended? Should we start a college fund? Will anyone know if I feed him cake for breakfast? What are the benefits of a pediatric dentist? When should Read More

Young girl with pigtails missing teeth
Chris Rowland, DDS

Why Haven’t All My Child’s Baby Teeth Come In?

Your baby’s first tooth is a major milestone, and sometimes it can feel as though we’re checking compulsively for it for months before we get even a glimpse of pearly white! The age the teeth emerge will vary quite a bit from baby to baby, but waiting month to month in vain can often up Read More

Pediatric Dentistry in Memphis
J. B. Selecman, DDS

Tips for Teaching Your Child to Brush and Floss

Although your child’s baby teeth are only temporary, they still play an important role in the way their mouth develops as their permanent teeth begin to come in. Getting an early start on an excellent dental hygiene routine is an essential part of setting them up for a lifetime of good oral health! Many parents Read More

scoop of sugar
Chris Rowland, DDS

How Sugar Can Affect Your Child’s Oral Health

If your child seems to dream of nothing but donuts and chocolate, and goes cuckoo for cakes and candy, you may find yourself worrying about them possessing a grade-A, certified sweet tooth. You’re not alone!  Kids in general tend to prefer both sweeter and saltier tastes than adults, and don’t have to learn to like Read More

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J. B. Selecman, DDS

Your Baby’s First Dental Visit

First time parents often ask us at what age their child should first see a dentist. It’s not uncommon for parents to be unsure about all their children’s “firsts”, and going to see a dentist is just one of those firsts parents worry about. At Children’s Dental Center, we want to ensure your baby’s oral Read More