Author: Kim Higdon

28 October
The Best Pediatric Dentist in Lehi, Utah Celebrates National Brush Your Teeth Day

Sweets are the number one contributor to tooth decay. That means after Halloween, we typically see a lot more cavities from patients who decided to indulge over the holiday. That’s why we use the day after Halloween to help spread awareness about tooth decay with...

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03 October
The Safest Candy for Your Child’s Teeth

Halloween season is upon us, and your children are sure to be coming home with tasty treats from school or anyplace else. While we all know that candy can be bad for teeth, there are still ways to enjoy the holiday without any unwanted visits...

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25 September
Best Ways to Prevent Cavities

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25 August
What to Do if Your Child Broke Their Tooth

Is a broken child tooth an emergency? Injuries and accidents are a normal part of children as they grow up. But sometimes teeth can sustain injury and need to be evaluated. The thought of your child breaking a tooth is often traumatic. If your kid has...

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25 July
How Sedation Dentistry Can Help Children with Fear and Anxiety

At Dry Creek Pediatric Dentistry, we serve residents from all over the Lehi, Utah area. As a leading pediatric dentist, we’re trusted by families to look after all of their dentistry needs, from that first tooth poking through right into early adulthood. Getting young children comfortable...

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15 June
Tongue & Lip Ties

As part of our pediatric practice in Lehi, Utah, we often see children and adolescents with tongue and lip ties. These can cause a range of issues with feeding and speech as well as interfere with the positioning of the teeth.

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10 May
Pediatric Dentist Utah County

At Dry Creek Pediatric Dentistry, we understand that it can sometimes be hard to get your kids excited about going to the dentist, especially if it’s their first time. But, as a pediatric dentist in Utah county, we can’t stress enough how important it is to bring your child to the dentist at an early age.

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01 May
Dentistry for Children Lehi, UT

Does your child need to go to the dentist? Unfortunately, many parents wait for years before taking their children for a dental visit, either because they think their kids are too young, or that their teeth are perfectly healthy.

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27 April
Lehi Pediatric Dentistry

Most parents believe that setting up dental appointments for their children is worthwhile. But, many still fail to set up an appointment for a variety of reasons. Some believe their child is too young, while others think as long as their child’s teeth are healthy, there’s no real reason to go to a dentist.

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