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MICHEL LAPOINTE
01:29 13 May 17
Excellent personalized care. Very professional delivering the greatest results. Happy satisfied customer for 10 years. Dr. Ursula Parducho is the best dentist in the South Bay. I highly recommend her for all your dental needs. Michel Lapointe, CPAread more
Claudia Laura
02:00 08 May 17
I love this office!! From when you step into office there's a friendly smile. Dr.s hands are gentle on your teeth. VERY professional staff!!read more
Danial Golforoush
04:48 18 Apr 17
I have been going to beach smile dental for almost 3 years. I have a very good experience With Dr. parducho she is very knowledgeable and they using cutting edge technology equipment to diagnose. I refered my family members to beach smile dental in Redondo beach. They all having very positive experience. If you are looking for a honest and Knowledgeable dentist beach smile dental is the place to go you won't be disappointedread more
Shahram Ray
19:18 28 Mar 17
This dental practice offers the most pleasant experience with the state of art technology I highly recommend them. From the pleasent wecolme you receive at front desk followed by the most gentle dental work I have ever received. They really know how to care for their patients. Dr. Parducho is an incredible talented dentist who completed three filling without me feeling any pain. What I really appreciate is that she took the time to show me what was happening. Highlighting the problem area and explained the procedure. She also educated me on the best way to care for my teethread more
Brandon Chavez
03:35 03 Feb 17
Best dentist... Really friendly, modern office, pleasant atmosphere, excellent staff. Dr Parducho diagnosed my grinding on the first visit!! I was with my previous dentist for years and he never told me about it. After Dr parducho had me fitted for a bite guard and since then I noticed how well rested I feel waking up with less tension. I found a great dentist that truly cares about her patients and has a great sense of empathy.read more
Storian Feather
23:40 12 Jan 17
She is the best dentist in town she does such a great job! The office is very clean which is a must when going to a dentist! The staff are very kind and sweet! As I said best dentist I've been to by far!read more
Johñ Serna
05:37 12 Jan 17
Dr. Parducho is the best dentist I have ever seen! She and her staff are very professional. The office is a very nice environment. The doctor puts me at ease. She explains what she is doing. Her manner has a soothing effect and makes me relax. The doctor's assistants are very attentive. The doctor and her assistants help put me at ease, which reduces my nervousness. I will definitely see Dr. Parducho for all my future dental needs.read more
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Beach Smile Dental
4.5
Based on 43 Reviews
Dima K.
Dima K.
2017-05-26 07:44:42
Dr. Ursula and her staff are the most highly skilled and caring dentist office I have ever been to. I have been to dentists from Europe to the USA and there...
Bola G.
Bola G.
2017-04-22 15:35:14
I came across Beach Smile here on Yelp due to an emergency. Well, it's been a a great pleasure going to see Dr. Parducho and staff. All very professional...
Eli L.
Eli L.
2017-02-06 14:18:18
Beach Smile Dental is a modern and immaculate dental office. All of the staff are very friendly, knowledgeable, and professional. I always feel I am in good...
Adriara R.
Adriara R.
2017-02-03 20:22:56
Vanessa is a great dentist. She's very kind and patient. Her staff is extremely skilled and knowledgeable.
Hector C.
Hector C.
2017-02-03 19:37:07
Doctor Vanessa and her staff (Gisela, Fernanda, and Adriana) are great. I went in worried about the pain I had in my teeth and they instantly put me at ease...

Children and Kids Cavities and Learn To How To Protect Your Toddlers Teeth

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Children and Kids Cavities and Learn To How To Protect Your Toddlers Teeth

 

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Tooth decay and cavities affect not only adults but also our children – and from a very early age. So to keep your kids smile happy and healthy, make sure you keep their teeth properly cleaned and flossed and include regular dental visits to reduce the likelihood of later treatments and unexpected costs.

You may think your children will always have strong, healthy teeth but recent reports are showing tooth decay occurring at an earlier age than ever before, and the importance of teaching your children how they can have good oral health habits to last them a lifetime.

The incidence of tooth decay is occurring at an earlier age for children and even toddlers with international (and local) reports revealing children developing cavities in their primary teeth from ages 2 and up, according to USA’s National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research

The National Institute’s research is a concern for parents because 42 percent of children ages 2 to 11 develop a cavity in their primary (AKA milk or baby) teeth, in addition  surveys which have identified that more than 40% of 2-4-years-old are not being seen by a dental professional and 44% of 5-years-old have at least one decayed, missing or filled tooth.

What Are The Causes of Tooth Decay in Toddlers?

In toddlers, tooth decay begins in the mouth as bacteria begin to eat away the primary teeth. A common cause of toddler tooth decay occurs when your child goes to bed with a bottle (AKA baby bottle tooth decay). When milk or juice from the bottle sits in your child’s mouth overnight it provides an ideal environment for breeding bacteria.

Unhealthy eating habits such as children sucking on sweets for prolonged periods or eating a lot of sugary foods can also contribute to tooth decay along with poor oral hygiene.

How Can I Prevent Tooth Decay in My Toddler?

To prevent tooth decay in toddlers, never allow your child go to sleep with a bottle or a sipping cup of milk or juice. If you provide your child a drink before bed or to sleep, use only water. Dental experts recommend that if your children do drink milk or sugary drinks, they should be consumed quickly instead of sipping them slowly (to reduce the exposure time of teeth to decay-causing sugars from the drinks in a bottle or sipping cup).

Be sure to floss daily and brush your child’s teeth twice daily (avoiding sugary foods where possible). Highly acid foods, (eg. cola) or fruit juice, literally dissolve the enamel and subsequently make your child’s teeth more susceptible to cavities.

Brush your toddler’s teeth at least twice daily after eating sweets (or other foods) with a with a soft-bristled brush, but make sure fluoride toothpaste is only used when your child is capable of spitting it out without swallowing it. To brush baby teeth correctly, either you or your child should hold the brush at a 45-degree angle, with gentle strokes covering the entire tooth surface for at least 2 minutes.

Treating Tooth Decay in Toddlers

If your child does develop tooth decay, to prevent the bacteria from spreading, dental work will be required (fillings to correct smaller cavities or a full crown if the damage is extensive). A tooth with decay throughout may require extraction to prevent the bacteria spreading to other teeth. If the decay is severe in primary teeth, pitting or staining in the secondary (adult) teeth can occur.

The habits you start early for your child’s baby and adult teeth are important for long-term oral hygiene and health. Although your toddler’s teeth will fall out, don’t ignore their care. For a healthy smile throughout their lifetime, make sure your children are protected from cavities at an early age.  Contact us now to discuss your children’s dental health and how we can help.

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