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Your little bundle of joy has arrived and you are balancing feeding schedules, sleep, diaper changes and remembering to take care of yourself! While we can’t be there to help with your daily routine of life with a baby, we can help you with your baby’s (future) teeth! For parents of babies, a common question […]

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Brushing, flossing and regular visits to your dentist at Bite Size Pediatric Dentistry in Frankfort, IL and Oak Lawn, IL are some of the best ways to keep a healthy smile. But our diet also plays a huge role in our dental health! Eating foods like fiber-rich fruits and vegetables and calcium-rich foods like cheese […]

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The question, “can’t my kids just see our family dentist?” is commonly asked. The simple answer – yes! kids can see a general family dentist. But did you know that pediatric dentists receive 2 to 3 more years of specialized training after dental school to practice dentistry specifically geared towards children?  Our Bite Size dentists […]

Featured Image For Sugary Drinks & Our Teeth

While daily brushing and flossing and visits to your pediatric dentists at Bite Size Pediatric Dentistry are important for dental health, our diets also play a big role in protecting our teeth. We all love a little candy, cookies, and cupcakes for a treat but we can’t forget about drinks like soda, chocolate milk and […]

Featured Image For How do I motivate my child to brush their teeth?

What is a task that many kids don’t enjoy and need a little motivation to complete? Brushing and flossing! Our Bite Size pediatric dentists are frequently asked how to help kids enjoy taking care of their teeth. Here are some of our tips to help make daily brushing fun! let your child pick their tools […]

Featured Image For Mixed Dentition – what does this look like?

The time has come – your child has a wiggly tooth! They are now at the age where baby teeth will exfoliate (get loose and come out) and adult teeth are moving into their new home. This exciting time generally occurs around age 5 or 6, but it is always important to remember that each […]

Featured Image For LightScalpel – the quick & efficient way to revise lip/tongue ties!

My child has a “lip tie” – what should I do?! “Lip tie” and “tongue tie” refers to the tissue (frenum) that attaches the upper lip to the gums or under the tongue. In some cases, this tissue can be very tight, thick or abundant and can effect nursing, speech, feeding, and sleep! See our […]

Featured Image For Toothpaste – how to find a flavor my child will like

Working with kids, we frequently get asked by parents about toothpaste – what brand to buy, how much toothpaste to put on our toothbrush, and more importantly – where can I find a flavor my child will like? Most grocery stores likely have the usual flavors – mint, strawberry or bubblegum, but what about kids […]

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Gingivitis is inflammation of the gum tissue and an early form of gum disease. The good news is gingivitis is reversible! But what can we do to help prevent gingivitis for our kids and ourselves?! Keep reading to learn more! Plaque is a sticky film that naturally forms on our teeth and contains bacteria – […]

Featured Image For Panoramic Xrays & Missing/Extra Teeth

The question of “why do you take xrays on baby teeth, aren’t they going to fall out?” is common in pediatric dentistry. And while xrays are used for many purposes in dentistry, panoramic xrays are a great tool for dentists to view the entire mouth in one image – both the top and bottom jaw. […]


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