We recently held a highly illuminating teleclass on pediatric dental care, hosted by Dr. Adam Silevitch, DMD, Partner at Pediatric Dentists NYC, PC – also our generous sponsor.
Dr. Adam answered questions regarding your childrens’ teeth, from the basics to some “hot button” issues.
Some of the topics that Dr. Adam covered were: what to expect from my child’s first dental visit, what to do when my child has trauma to their front teeth, oral hygiene instruction for the home, foods to avoid, thumb and pacifier habits, and more.
In case you missed it, you can listen to the class re-play here.
Check out these marvelous resources that Dr. Adam thinks you would find extremely useful, from the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and the American Dental Association, for tips and information about keeping little teeth healthy:
And watch Dr. Silevitch on Sesame Studios “The Feelingwells”!
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Dr. Adam Silevitch, DMD, earned his dental degree from the Boston University School of Dental Medicine before completing specialized post-graduate training in pediatric dentistry from Columbia University where he served as chief resident. He is an Attending Pediatric Dentist at New York Presbyterian Hospital-Columbia, as well as an Assistant Clinical Professor at Columbia University School of Dental Medicine. Dr. Silevitch is the Chair of the Children’s Dental Health Committee of the New York County Dental Society. Additionally, he is the Vice President of the New York Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and the Secretary/Treasurer of the Northeastern Society of Pediatric Dentistry. He has offices at 505 LaGuardia Place (Greenwhich Village), 16 Court Street (Brooklyn Heights), and 7 West 45th Street (Midtown). More information about Dr. Adam and his pediatric dental practice can be found at www.pediatricdentistsnyc.com or by calling (212) 995-8888.
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