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July 9, 2020

What Causes Bad Breath in Toddlers?

If you’ve noticed that your toddler’s breath is not as fresh as it should be, you’re not alone. Bad breath, also known as halitosis, is common among toddlers. If the condition persists, visit your trusted team at Jet Set Smiles Pediatric Dentistry to help identify the cause of your toddler’s bad breath. We are here […]

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June 8, 2020

Do Cavities in Baby Teeth Really Need Fillings?

Your trusted team at Jet Set Smiles Pediatric Dentistry is proud to offer quality preventive services for long-term healthy smiles. If, however, your child develops a cavity, we may recommend a dental filling. Some parents wonder if cavities in baby teeth really need treatment. After all, those tiny chompers will eventually fall out! How Do […]

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May 12, 2020

Should My Child Use a Mouthguard During Sports?

Have you been wondering how to protect your young athlete’s teeth? We, at Jet Set Smiles Pediatric Dentistry, recommend that all children wear mouthguards if they are engaged in any sports activity that involves contact with other players or hard surfaces. With more than five million Americans losing their teeth every year due to sports-related […]

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April 6, 2020

Why Choose Dental Sealants?

Encouraging your child to brush and floss daily is the best way to prevent cavities. However, it’s not always possible to reach every groove or crevice, especially on the teeth at the back of the mouth. At Jet Set Smiles Pediatric Dentistry, we offer quality preventative services, including dental sealants, to protect your child’s pearly […]

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March 17, 2020


Hello Jet Setters!  Like many of you, here at Jet Set Smiles we are closely monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19).We will be following the Arizona State Board of Dentistry Guidelines  and will keep you updated with any changes. As for your child or children who have an upcoming dental appointment you may have questions: We are […]

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January 6, 2020

How Can I Keep My Child from Wanting to Eat Toothpaste?

While brushing with toothpaste is essential for keeping your child’s teeth clean and free from cavities, it is important to avoid swallowing it. Ingesting fluoride toothpaste in a small amount is generally considered to be safe. However, large amounts can damage your child’s permanent teeth, as well as causing stomach pain, diarrhea, vomiting, and other […]

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December 10, 2019

How Do You Treat Dry Mouth in Children?

Dry mouth is a condition that typically affects adults, especially the elderly. However, even children can develop this condition. Dry mouth can jeopardize your child’s oral health, nutrition, and development, and may, at times, require intervention from your trusted team at Jet Set Smiles Pediatric Dentistry. We are all about keeping your child’s smile healthy […]

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November 19, 2019

How to Assemble a Tooth Fairy Kit

Establishing a tooth fairy tradition is a wonderful way to tap into your child’s imagination, to emphasize the importance of healthy smiles, and to help make oral hygiene more exciting. So, how do you get prepared? The first step is assembling a tooth fairy kit. The following are some ideas to get you started on […]

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October 10, 2019

How Milk May Help Reduce Tooth Decay Caused by Sugary Foods

We all know that drinking milk is excellent for growing bones and teeth, but did you know that drinking milk after consuming sugary foods can reduce the damage sugar can do to teeth? While it’s always a good idea to limit children’s sugar intake, you can always count on milk and dairy products to help […]

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September 16, 2019

How Teething Fits into Infant Development

Congratulations on the arrival of your new baby! So much is going on through your mind as you hold your little one in your arms. Before you know it, your child will begin teething, which is a normal part of infant development. Most babies teeth between six and ten months of age, and most children […]

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