Archive: January, 2014

Kids Dental Xrays

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Jan2014

X-ray Use And Safety

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How often should a child have dental X-ray films? Since every child is unique, the need for dental X-ray films vary from child to child. Films are taken only after reviewing your child’s medical and dental histories and performing a clinical examination, and only when they are ... Read More
January 27, 2014Dr. Miriyala
sedation_dentistry miriyala

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Jan2014

Sedation

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Sedation is a technique to guide a child’s behavior during dental treatment. Medications are used to help increase cooperation and to reduce anxiety or discomfort associated with dental procedures. Sedative medications cause most children to become relaxed and drowsy. Unlike general anesthesia, sedation is not intended ... Read More
January 27, 2014Dr. Miriyala
fluoride prevent cavities

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Jan2014

Fluoride

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Fluoride is a compound that contains fluorine, a natural element. Using small amounts of Fluoride on a routine basis can help prevent tooth decay. In areas where Fluoride does not occur naturally, it may be added to community water supplies. Research shows that community water fluoridation ... Read More
January 27, 2014Dr. Miriyala
Dental care of baby

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Jan2014
When should my child first see a dentist? “First visit by first birthday” sums it up. Your child should visit a pediatric dentist when the first tooth comes in, usually between 6 and 12 months of age. This visit will establish a dental home for your child. ... Read More
January 27, 2014Dr. Miriyala
preventive-dentistry-children

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Jan2014

Preventive Dentistry

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Preventive dentistry refers to Brushing, Dental Development, Flossing, Flouride, Oral Habits, Orthodontics, Parent Involvement, Proper Diet, Sealants, Sports Safety. Your pediatric dentist practices preventive dentistry. Content provided from the AAPD, a not-for-profit membership association representing the ... Read More
January 27, 2014Dr. Miriyala
Kids Dental Emergency

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Jan2014

Emergency Care

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When your child needs urgent dental treatment, your pediatric dentist stands ready to help. Please keep the emergency number available and convenient. Content provided from the AAPD, a not-for-profit membership association representing the specialty of pediatric ... Read More
January 27, 2014Dr. Miriyala
nitrous oxide miriyala

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Jan2014

Nitrous Oxide

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Most children are calm, comfortable and confident in a pediatric dental office. The office is designed for young people, and pediatric dentists have additional training in caring for infants, children, and adolescents. Staff members choose to work in a pediatric dental office because they like children ... Read More
January 27, 2014Dr. Miriyala
health diet for child dentist

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Jan2014
A healthy diet is a balanced diet that naturally supplies all the nutrients your child needs to grow. A balanced diet is one that includes the following major food groups. Fruits Vegetables Grains Meat & Beans Milk... Read More
January 27, 2014Dr. Miriyala
Sealants Kids

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Jan2014

Sealants

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Sealants protect the grooved and pitted surfaces of the teeth, especially the chewing surfaces of back teeth where most cavities in children are found. Made of clear or shaded plastic, sealants are applied to the teeth to keep them cavity-free.... Read More
January 27, 2014Dr. Miriyala
peditric dental team

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Jan2014
Good oral health is an important part of total health. When helping children, we often work with pediatricians, other physicians and dental specialists. All young people are served best through this team approach. We, the pediatric dentists, are an important part of your child’s health team.... Read More
January 27, 2014Dr. Miriyala