Are Dental Clinics Open? Is it Safe to Visit a Dental Clinic? Here are answers to all your quiries by Dr Premila Naidu, Pediatric Dentist and Founder – Small Bites. She also talks about the various saftey measures taken at Small Bites to prevent the spread of Covid-19. To know more about the Saftey measures
Here are some useful tips shared by Dr. Premila Naidu, a Pediatric Dentist Dental caries is one a bacterial infection of the tooth. It is one of the most common diseases seen in children. We as pediatric dentist see cavities in children as young as 2 years old. There are few things we can do
The world has witnessed many pandemics and emergencies. But our generation has never seen crisis of this magnitude ever. Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS -CoV 2) known to be very contagious. Though children do not seem to be at high risk of contracting the virus, they can still be carriers of it, mainly
Caring for your child’s primary teeth is extremely important. Here are a few oral hygiene tips to keep your toddler’s teeth and gums healthy. KEY HIGHLIGHTS Good oral hygiene practices should start at an early age Proper oral care will help prevent tooth decay and other dental problems Here’s what you can do to keep
This lockdown for a lot of kids has meant access to cookies, pastries, candy and all things sweet throughout the day. Since the schedules has changed for children, the usual routine of brushing twice and flossing may get disrupted, as they aren’t spending blocks of time doing activities or going to school, and are also
From cavities to gingivitis, Dr Premila Naidu, founder and director, Small Bites, lists the common dental problems that children suffer from and the treatments they can avail. Small Bites is an exclusive dental care clinic for kids in Bengaluru with child-themed consultation rooms, toys and play area. What are the common dental problems in children?
SAFETY PROTOCOLS AND GUIDELINES The covid19 outbreak has warranted health care facilities like clinics and hospitals to put in place a plethora of precautionary measures to prevent the spread of the virus. So, as we open the gates of Small Bites after the lockdown, we have ensured all safety measures as directed by the government
What causes dental cavities in Children? Whenever you have food or drink containing sugar, it reacts with the bacteria in your mouth to produce acid. Dental plaque, a sticky layer which builds up on your teeth, contains bacteria. The acid attack lasts for at least 20 minutes, but often much longer if food becomes stuck