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  What to Expect If You Need a Dental Filling   Tooth decay is the destruction of the hard outer layer of your teeth, the enamel. According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, half of all American children under the age of 12 have experienced tooth decay....

  Did you know that tooth decay is the single most common chronic childhood disease? Over 50 % of 5 to 9-year old children have at least one cavity or filling, with the incidence of tooth decay increasing to 78 percent among 17-year-olds. The back teeth (called premolars...

Losing a baby tooth is a natural event for all children. Excitement for the Tooth Fairy’s visit certainly eases anxiety and concerns. Often times, a baby tooth needs to be extracted, or removed, early due to big cavities, trauma, or if they just aren’t falling...

When it comes to your children’s oral health, finding a Huntington Beach pediatric dentist with an established reputation of excellence is key. At Little Pearls Dentistry for Kids, our expert staff are all specialty trained to treat pediatric patients. Providing a comprehensive range of dental...

Did you know that according to a recent study, dental decay is the single most chronic disease effecting children? Your Huntington Beach kids dentist would like to help your children avoid developing cavities and the complications, which can arise from them. At Little Pearls Dentistry...

At Little Pearls Dentistry for Kids, your child’s smile is in the very best of hands. We specialize in pediatric dentistry and provide a comprehensive range of services designed to meet the needs of children from infancy through adolescence. As a children’s dentist in Huntington...

Periodontal disease is very common in adults. It is caused by the buildup of bacteria and plaque in our mouths. Without routine brushing and flossing, it continues to build up, forming tartar. Periodontal disease gets worse the longer it is left untreated. The first sign...

Wisdom teeth can become a real pain in your mouth! Though they are helpful, most of the time they are misaligned, which can cause a whole lot of problems! Wisdom teeth are your last set of molars. They come in much later than the rest of...