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Concussion Signs, Symptoms & Treatment for Your Child

Concussion Signs, Symptoms & Treatment for Your Child

According to the CDC, a concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury caused by a bump, blow, or jolt to the head or by a hit to the body that causes the head and brain to move rapidly back and forth. This sudden movement can cause the brain to move around inside the skull,… Continue Reading

May is National Drowning Prevention Month

May is National Drowning Prevention Month

As the weather warms up and school is about to let out, your kiddos will probably be getting more time in at the beach and pool. May is National Drowning Prevention Month and we wanted to be sure our parents were prepared with the latest safety tips.  Check out this link for information on keeping… Continue Reading

5 Ways to Make Brushing Teeth More Fun for Your Child

5 Ways to Make Brushing Teeth More Fun for Your Child

Here’s a statistic that might set your teeth on edge: One-third of children don’t brush their teeth every day. That’s one in three. It’s no wonder, then, that tooth decay is one of the most common diseases among children in the United States — five times more common as asthma, in fact. American dentists call… Continue Reading

FAQ From American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry

Parents often come to us with questions about their baby’s dental health, from what they should use to clean their teeth, when they should take them to the dentist for their first visit, and the difference between a pediatric dentist and a family dentist. Here’s a great FAQ article from The American Academy of Pediatric… Continue Reading

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24/7 Pediatric Care Centers is not a substitute for Emergency or Trauma-related medical care.
If you feel your child is experiencing a life-threatening event, immediately call 911.