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  • Why Baby Teeth Matter
    When our children are infants, their baby teeth are a BIG deal. We spend hours consoling them as they drool and gnaw on their hands during the teething process. We Read more
  • It's (Not) All About the Candy!
    Halloween can be so much fun! It’s an event that seems to start at the beginning of the month and just keeps going. Between picking out costumes, carving pumpkins, attending Read more
  • Choose (Dark) Chocolate Over Crackers! - Simple Swaps for Healthier Teeth
    A pediatric dentist advising you to give your child dark chocolate instead of the ever-popular fish-shaped crackers? It sounds crazy, right? Well, this post is the "Eat this, not that" Read more
  • What is a Pediatric Dentist and Why Go to One?
    What is pediatric dentistry and how is it different from general dentistry?  The short answer is that pediatric dentistry is a specialized practice of dentistry that is focused on meeting the Read more
  • Tongue-Tie: What Is It and What Can You Do About It?
    Have you ever heard of a baby being born with tongue-tie? Maybe you have. Maybe not. The truth is, most people don’t hear about tongue-tie until their child is born Read more
  • Activated Charcoal for Your Teeth
    The internet and social media are buzzing with ads and promotions about the latest miracle ingredient- activated charcoal. This black substance can be used on everything from your hair to Read more
  • Encourage Your Child to Stop Thumb Sucking Around Age 3
    One of the biggest concerns we hear from parents is about their child's thumb sucking habit. Our advice: if they're under age 4, there's no need for concern — yet. Read more
  • Singer Dua Lipa Sees the Wisdom in Postponing Tour Dates
    When die-hard music fans hear that their favorite performer is canceling a gig, it’s a big disappointment—especially if the excuse seems less than earth-shaking. Recently, British pop sensation Dua Lipa Read more
  • Keep an Eye on Your Young Children's Fluoride Intake
    We've known for a long time that fluoride strengthens tooth enamel against decay. We've also learned that fluoride consumption early in life pays later dividends with healthier teeth. But while fluoride Read more
  • Ripple Effects - Your Child's Nutrition
    School is just weeks away. Soon, we will be looking at school supply lists, organizing backpacks and getting back in our early morning routines. We’ll also be packing lunches and Read more
  • Ready for Summer Camp? Be Sure to Pack a Toothbrush
    Summer is the time for many children to experience the fun and freedom of sleepaway camp. Along with greater independence, camp brings increased responsibility for kids to take care of Read more
  • Practice Proactive Prevention to Enhance Your Child's Dental Development
    Like any parent you want your child to grow up healthy and strong. So be sure you don't neglect their dental care, a crucial part of overall health and well-being. The Read more
  • Easing Your Child's Anxiety
      So you looked at your calendar and realized that your child’s next dental appointment is coming up. Now, you are trying to mentally prepare both yourself and your child. How Read more
  • Johnny's Teeth Aren't Rotten Any More
    Everyone has to face the music at some time — even John Lydon, former lead singer of The Sex Pistols, arguably England’s best known punk rock band. The 59-year old Read more
  • Battle of the Binkie
    Battle of the Binkie Paci, pappy, binky, dummy, soother, nuk nuk. No matter what you call it, these little bits of plastic and silicone have a way of running our lives. Read more
  • Could A Dental Checkup Save Your Life?
    Most everyone knows that going to see your dentist for regular checkups and cleanings can help save your smile — but did you ever stop to think that it just Read more

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Anderson Pediatric Dentistry

198 Mutual Drive Anderson , SC 29621

Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

7:30 am-4:30 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-4:30 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-4:30 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-4:30 pm

Friday:

Hospital Cases

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed