Answering Common Questions About Pediatric Dentistry

The sooner your children visit our reliable dentists, the healthier their oral condition will for stay the rest of their lives. Having early dental checkups can help prevent tooth decay and cavities, which may result in other oral conditions. These will help them chew effectively, speak clearly, and smile with confidence.

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Maintaining Healthy Smiles: 4 Tips on Preventing Cavities

Most kids have sweet tooth. Since infancy, their taste buds have been accustomed to the sweet taste of milk. Eating too many sweets, however, can cause tooth decay. At Metro Dentalcare, we understand your wish to keep your child from developing tooth decay.

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Answers to 5 Common Questions about Pediatric Dentistry

Healthy teeth are important to your child’s overall health. As the leading clinic for pediatric dentistry and oral surgery in St. Paul, MN, and the local areas, Metro Dentalcare is committed to providing quality dental services to your child. We have convenient locations across the Twin Cities community, so you can easily reach out to us for your child’s dental care needs. Below are common questions and our answers on the best ways to care for your child’s teeth:

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Wisdom Teeth Q and A: What You Should Know

Wisdom teeth usually appear between the ages of 17 and 21 and are considered a dental milestone. For some, they will develop without a problem. However, most people will find that they do not have enough room in their mouths to fit them, which can lead to some problems. It is advisable to understand more about wisdom teeth and how it can impact your dental health. Metro Dentalcare, an expert in oral surgery in St. Paul, MN, and the surrounding areas, shares the facts you need to know in this Q and A. Continue reading “Wisdom Teeth Q and A: What You Should Know”