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Jennifer Luca, DMD, MS
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Liam is here!

As most of you know, Dr. Gulati was expecting a bouncing baby boy, and Liam has finally arrived! Born April 14th, 8lbs 3oz., and 21.5 inches long, Dr. Gulati and her husband are loving being new parents! Dr. Gulati will be returning from Maternity Leave on June 12, and is excited to see all of […]

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If LeBron James is doing should your athlete.

Mouth guards, also called mouth protectors, help cushion a blow to the face, minimizing the risk of broken teeth and injuries to your lips, tongue, face or jaw. They typically cover the upper teeth and are a great way to protect the soft tissues of your tongue, lips and cheek lining. Knowing how to prevent […]

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How to convince baby it's time to part from the pacifier.

Because of the chance of orthodontic problems, the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends weaning a child from pacifier use by age 3. While we prefer the pacifier to a thumb, here’s a great article with different approaches that can reduce stress for kids and parents.

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Does your mouth itch when you eat certain fruits?

Check out this interesting article in the Washington Post.

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Lollipop, Lollipop...

The American Dental Association (ADA) recently published this great article about foods that are damaging to your teeth:

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Floss...we know when you forget!!
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Losing Baby Teeth

Losing a baby tooth is the ultimate sign of becoming a big kid. In fact, it's probably more important to 5- and 6-year-olds than learning to read, write, or ride a bike. Kids competitively track how many teeth their classmates have lost, open their mouths to show off the progress, and endlessly trade tooth stories. […]

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Tips for Teen Teeth

At Atlanta Pediatric Dental Associates, we see many of our patients through their teenage years.  Typically, when you graduate from high school, you also graduate from our practice.  As children hit adolescence and begin to care for their own teeth, Dr. Krieger review the following tips for a healthy teenage smile. Limit Soft Drinks More […]

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Tobacco use and your teenager.

Did you know that almost all adult smokers have tried smoking before the age of nineteen? In all likelihood, an individual who abstains from smoking throughout the teenage years will never pick up the habit.   Aside from being a socially undesirable habit, smoking can stain your adolescent's teeth, increase their risk of developing periodontal […]

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