If you are part of the Hardy Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontics family, you are in a dental group that is composed of specialists that are trained in the skills and techniques to treat infants and adolescents. When you choose us, expect that you are a part of his or her care from pediatric specialist Dr. Timothy Hardy. He is trained to deal with oral health issues of children and teens. This type of care for your children sets up a lifelong relationship that is based on trust, friendship, and improved wellness education. Learn free Infant Dental Exam.
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Now is the best time to develop a habit of visiting your dentist on a regular basis at Hardy Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontics and help them achieve a lifetime of good oral health. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD), American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), and the American Dental Association (ADA) recommends establishing a “dental home” for children starting at age one. Studies have shown that when children have a dental home, they are more likely to get the preventive treatment and get the best oral care they need that they can benefit from until they grow old.
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Dr. Timothy Hardy, along with the parents can help prepare children, teens, and young adults to achieve the oral wellness they deserve that they can carry on until they grow old. We invite you to become a part of our dental family and we’ll do our best to provide you with treatment backed by training, world-class education and modern dentistry technology. Schedule an appointment at our office today for First Visit!
Contents: What is Bruxism? | Why it happens | Effects of Teeth Grinding | How is Bruxism Diagnosed? | Treatment Options Bruxism is clenching or grinding your teeth in your sleep. Have you ever heard or noticed your child making crunching, squeaking or popping sounds with their teeth while they are sleeping? They may be […]
According to the ADA, we usually already have 20 primary or baby teeth at birth. Let’s take a closer look at the development of these important teeth. Baby Teeth Growth Timeline – Age, Losing/shedding/Falling out, Coming in The first tooth to come out in infants can be as early as five months. When they turn […]
A common question parents ask is if they can take their child to their specialist. The short answer is no since your child has different oral healthcare needs than you. That is why we have pedodontist in the first place. Not all specialists are the same. An orthodontist, for example, is different from an endodontist […]
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