Robert DDS Aubuchon MSD Pediatric Dentist

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Robert DDS Aubuchon MSD Pediatric Dentist
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3320 Webster St
Oakland, CA 94609
(510) 452-4466

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Did you know that the tooth fairy is an American icon, and doesn’t really travel outside of the United States? However, she is a distant cousin to La Petite Souris, the French mouse who has traded money for lost teeth since the 17th century. #ToothFairyTuesday

A sippy cup is a great way to give your child a bit more independence as they get older, and gain dexterity in their hands. But, be careful about what you serve them! Help keep cavities at bay by only filling their sippy cup with water, and not sugary fruit juice. If you must give them juice, dilute it with water to keep their sugar intake down. #DentalFAQ

It’s important to keep your tooth brush where it can get the least amount of bathroom germs possible (Yuck!). The best place to store your toothbrush is in a cabinet, upright. Or, in a closed area where it can dry without touching other brushes or being exposed to micro-particulates from the toilet. #dentalFAQ

During the first few years, thumb sucking or pacifier habits probably won't do any damage. But if the habit persists after baby teeth are falling out it can cause problems. One approach for breaking the habit is to talk about eliminating pacifiers with your child for 3 days before it happens. Give her several reminders so that she has time to mentally prepare herself and then be sympathetic, but firm when the day comes. Which ways have you found successful for eliminating the pacifier habit?

Looking for after school snack ideas? Keep it simple! An apple with some peanut butter is a dental friendly snack that will fill them up until dinner time. We give it a thumbs up because its low in sugar, the kids like it because it tastes great. Sprinkle some granola on top to add a salty crunch!


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