Gregory E. Oxford, DDS, MS, PhD & Isabell G. Oxford, DMD

100 Whetstone Place, Suite 308, St. Augustine, FL 32086 (904) 810-2345

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You Don't Need to Pass a Football Like Patrick Mahomes to Remove a Loose Baby Tooth

Kids get pretty inventive pulling a loose primary (baby) tooth. After all, there's a profit motive involved (aka the Tooth Fairy). But a young Kansas City Chiefs fan may Read More

Topical Fluoride Could Boost Your Child's Avoidance of Tooth Decay

Tooth decay is perhaps the biggest danger your child's teeth can face. Not only can it rob them of primary teeth now, but the loss of teeth at this Read More

How to Ensure Your Child's Teeth and Gums Stay Healthy Now and Later

Being a parent can be a rewarding role. But it's also hard work, especially the effort required in keeping children healthy. In that respect, there's one area you don't Read More

Keep Your Child's Fluoride Intake at a Safe but Effective Level

Fluoride is an important part of your child's dental development. But if children take in too much of this important mineral, they could experience enamel fluorosis, a condition in Read More

How to Care for Your Child's Valuable Primary Teeth

Infancy is perhaps the only time in a person's life where a smile with just a few tiny teeth is still endearing. More will come—and then each will gradually Read More

Healthy Smiles for Alfonso Ribeiro and Family

If there's anything that makes Alfonso Ribeiro happier than his long-running gig as host of America's Funniest Home Videos, it's the time he gets to spend with his family: Read More

3 Surprising Sugar Sources Your Baby Might be Consuming

Tooth decay is an ever present danger for your baby’s developing teeth. It begins with disease-causing bacteria feasting on leftover sugar, producing high levels of oral acid that slowly 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 Read More

Keep Watch for Bite Problems with your Child's Teeth

Around ages 6 to 8, a child's primary teeth will begin to loosen to make way for their permanent teeth. If all goes well, the new set will come Read More

Introducing the Royal Baby...and His New Teeth!

Not long ago, a certain Royal Baby made his first major public appearance. At a “crawl-about” in New Zealand, young Prince George (the 8-month-old son of Prince William and Read More

Know What to do to Ease Your Child Out of the Thumb Sucking Habit

Thumb or finger sucking is a normal activity for babies and young children — they begin the habit while still in the womb and may continue it well into Read More

Giuliana Rancic Prepares for Her Son's First Dental Visit

When Giuliana Rancic, long-time host of E! News, first saw her new son, she said it was “the best single moment of my life.” Recently, on the eve of Read More

The Importance of the Age One Dental Visit

Did you know that the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that all children have their first dental visit by the age of one? You might be surprised by Read More

Your Child's Age One Dental Visit

Parenthood comes with no manual — if it did it would surely include many essential tips to make your job easier while improving your children's lives. One important fact Read More

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