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Fluoride Use in Adolescents

Fluoride is a mineral that plays an essential role in oral health. In fact, the significant reduction in American tooth decay in recent decades can be attributed to a greater Read More

How do I make my child’s diet safe for his or her teeth?

The food you feed your child can have a lasting effect on his or her oral health. In fact, diet plays a major role in whether a child develops cavities Read More

Gum Disease and Your Child

At Christopher Bob, DMD, we know that unfortunately, gum disease can exist in your child’s mouth without you even knowing. In fact, your child may be suffering from the beginning Read More

Healthy Teeth and Healthy Gums Make a Great Team

You know a lot about taking care of your teeth. You brush carefully twice each day, you floss, you (mostly!) eat healthy foods, and you see the doctor for checkups Read More

What is baby bottle tooth decay?

Great question! Baby bottle tooth decay is the development of cavities caused by the frequent and long-term exposure of a child's teeth to liquids containing sugars. These liquids include milk, Read More

Snacks for Healthy Teeth

Concerned parents often ask the doctor about which kinds of snacks are best for a child's teeth. While most know that candy isn't always the best choice, many parents are Read More

Summer Dental Health? Get into the Swim of It!

On a sizzling hot day, there’s not much that makes us happier than heading to the water for a quick swim, some gentle laps, or even a rousing game of Read More

Happy Fourth of July

Every year, Americans all over the world celebrate the birth of the country and its independence on the Fourth of July. There are countless ways that people celebrate and they Read More

Make your child’s next visit to our office great!

If you have been bringing your baby in for regular checkups since that first tooth arrived, you might expect that he or she is already familiar with the doctor and Read More

Non-Nutritive Sucking Behavior

“Non-nutritive sucking behavior”? That’s a mouthful—literally! This term describes behaviors such as thumb sucking and pacifier use, which are generally healthy, self-soothing activities for infants and toddlers. But, if followed Read More

Smile! June marks National Smile Month!

Can you believe it’s already June? Today, the doctor and our team at Christopher Bob, DMD thought we’d let you know that June is National Smile Month, so it’s a Read More

Nutrition Tips for Healthy Kids’ Smiles

The grown-ups in your life want you to have a healthy, happy smile. That’s why they help you brush and floss, and make sure you come see the doctor for Read More

Memorial Day

Memorial Day is not only a federal holiday in the United States, but it is a day of observance and remembrance of those who died in service. Originally known as Read More

Preventing Toddler Tooth Decay

You do everything you can to protect your toddler with safeguards large and small. Installing that complicated car seat. Figuring out which sunscreen is best for delicate skin. Spending weeks Read More

Just What Is Plaque?

When you were younger, and you brushed your teeth without any help for the first time, it was a big step. It meant you’d learned the right way to brush Read More

May is National Teen Self-Esteem Month!

The month of May has the unique distinction of being National Teen Self-Esteem Month. What does that mean? National Teen Self-Esteem Month was created to raise public awareness about how low Read More

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