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  • Dental Health
    Learn how to correctly brush and floss, or just find some cool information on dental health.

  • Dental Hygiene - Healthy Kids and Pediatrics
    Oral hygiene is important to your health. A variety of conditions may arise due to the lack of proper oral hygiene such as bad breath, dental cavities, toothaches and gum disease. Prevention is the key to good dental health.

  • 1St Pediatric Dentist
    Largest information resource about pediatric dentistry in North America. Find a pediatric dentist in your area. Learn everything you need to know about pediatric dentistry.

  • American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry
    The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry is dedicated to improving and maintaining the oral health of infants, children, adolescents, and persons with special health care needs.

  • American Dental Hygienists Association
    ADHA is the largest professional organization representing the interests of dental hygienists.

  • Animated Teeth
    All about root canal treatment, bad breath, canker sores, teeth whitening, cosmetic dentistry, wisdom teeth, tooth extractions, halitosis and cold sores.

  • Association of State and Territorial Dental Directors
    ASTDD formulates and promotes the establishment of sound national dental public health policy and assists state dental programs in the development and implementation of programs and policies for the prevention of oral diseases.

  • Chicago Area Dentist Guide
    The most comprehensive reference guide to find dentists in Chicago and Suburbs.

  • Children's Dental Care
    The time when babies get their first primary teeth (milk teeth) varies. A few are born with a tooth already through.

  • Conquer Your Fear of the Dentist
    A general discussion of dentist fear and how to overcome it (child dental).

  • Definition of Pediatric Dentistry
    "Pediatric Dentistry is an age-defined specialty that provides primary and comprehensive preventive and therapeutic oral health care for infants and children through adolescence, including those with special health care needs."

  • Dental advice for parents
    Learn how to keep your child's teeth and gums healthy.

  • Dental Health Foundation
    The Dental Health Foundation promotes the oral health of the public by: Providing leadership, advocacy, education, and public policy development.

  • Dental Health Guide
    Your child's first teeth will begin coming in between three and sixteen months (usually around six months). The two bottom front teeth will be the first to come in and this will be followed by the four upper teeth in four to eight weeks.

  • Dental Health Topics
    A very thorough and comprehensive source of family dental information - very useful.

  • Dentist Info.com
    entistinfo.com is an excellent source for dentists and dental information. At the site you can find a dentist, look up dental definitions, browse frequently asked questions, ask a question to Dr. Tooth.

  • Dentistry.com
    Dentistry.com is a privately operated organization that provides information-based resources, catering to dental professionals and consumers.

  • First Aid for Dental Emergencies
    General First Aid for Dental Emergencies.

  • Glossary of Dental Terminology
    A nice resource of dental terminology for the curious parent. (child dental)

  • Natal and Neonatal Teeth
    Teeth that are present at birth are natal teeth, and teeth that emerge through the gingiva during the first month of life are neonatal teeth.1

  • No Cavities Club
    At Colgate's Kid's World you can ask the Tooth Wizard a question, join the No Cavities club for activities.

  • Oral Health America
    Oral Health America is the only national, independent 501 (c) 3 organization dedicated to improving oral health for all Americans.

  • Pediatric Dental Health
    Information and resources for parents and clinicians regarding children's oral health.

  • Pediatric Dental Health Resources
    Pediatric Dental Health Resources Lesson Plans And Coloring Sheets

  • The Dental Consumer Advisor
    The purpose of this site to provide useful and practical information for the public concerning issues of dental care for families and children.

  • The Dental Zone
    The Dental Zone is designed to provide you with the information you need for white, fresh smelling, and healthy smiles. Our articles are easy to read and chocked full of information for you and your children.

  • The orthodontic information page
    Find out how braces can improve your appearance, improve your health, make you look beautiful. Examine initial data (not verified) that orthodontic treatment could lower your risk of heart disease. View before and after pictures of adult orthodontic patients. Find out about the risks of orthodontics and how to avoid the unsafe dentists.

  • Tooth Facts for Kids
    Dental hygienists are your partners in health. They are health care professionals who teach you how to keep your mouth, teeth, and gums healthy.

  • Tooth Fairy
    Be true to your teeth or they will be false to you. Lots of information about children and dentistry.

  • Total Dental.net
    Welcome to totaldental.net, the largest dental information resource on the web.

  • Web Dental Office
    All the dental advice and information you need to keep your teeth and gums healthy for all your life.

  • Yo, It's Time For Braces
    Millions of Kids have braces on their teeth. Do you have braces? Do you think you might need them? There is a lot of information on this site to help you understand different types of braces and appliances, to help you know what is going to happen, and to help you cope with braces when you are home.

  • Your Child's Teeth--A Guide for Parents - from the AAFP
    Your child's first teeth are important. Even though they are often called "baby teeth," some of them last until your child is a teenager. This handout answers some questions about children's teeth and gives advice on keeping your child's teeth strong and healthy.

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