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AAPD President Dr. Joel Berg was interviewed by CNN regarding new analysis on dental fillings in children that suggests non-metal fillings may contribute to behaviorial problems. The study authors caution that their results only point to an association; they say their analysis does not prove that BPA causes any behavior changes.
 
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Jun 14, 2012 04:20 PM
AAPD Immediate Past President, Dr. Rhea Haugseth was interviewed by The Daily Blabber from iVillage based on how sharing spoons or forks with your child can increase their risk of tooth decay.
 
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Jun 14, 2012 04:16 PM
April is National Facial Protection Month, and the American Association of Orthodontists (AAO), the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (AAOMS), the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD), and the Academy for Sports Dentistry (ASD) are teaming up to remind parents, coaches and athletes to play it safe as they prepare to suit up for recreational and organized sports.
 
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Jun 14, 2012 04:12 PM
AAPD Vice President & Spokesperson Dr. Edward H. Moody and AAPD Spokesperson Dr. Cynthia L. Hipp were interviewed by Everyday Health.com for an article on kids and cavities.
 
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AAPD Immediate Past President Dr. Rhea Haugseth was interviewed by Mom. Me for expert advice on how to take care of your child’s grin. Dr. Haugseth was asked 10 popular pediatric dentistry questions spanning topics such as when teething starts; how should parents/caregivers care for their child’s first teeth; the first dental visit; flossing; fluoride; pacifier usage; sugar intake and braces. ​
 
Dental caries (tooth decay) is one of the most common health problems impacting young children’s primary teeth.[1]
 
As a continuation of a March 6 story in the New York Times (http://www.nytimes.com/2012/03/06/health/rise-in-preschool-cavities-prompts-anesthesia-use.html), NBC Nightly News aired a segment on the increase in dental decay rates in preschool children.
 
On March 6, the New York Times ran a front-page story regarding the increasing rate of preschoolers with dental decay. As a result, AAPD spokespeople were quoted throughout the piece, including AAPD President-Elect Dr. Joel Berg and AAPD members Drs. Jed Best, Rochelle Lindemeyer, and Man Wai Ng.
 
American Baby Senior Lifestyle Editor Jessica Hartshorn referenced the AAPD during a discussion with CBS News on how to take care of the first set of your children’s teeth. In fact, some parents don’t realize the importance of keeping the pearly whites healthy even though they are not permanent.
 
Sunstar Americas, Inc. interviewed AAPD President-Elect, Dr. Joel H. Berg (Wash.), about how dental professionals can best impact children’s oral health and included the interview in their February’s E-Brief Newsletter.
 
New Jersey Family interviewed President-Elect, Dr. Joel H. Berg (Wash.) regarding the latest on stem cell technology.
 
Marita Gomez with TribLocal interviewed AAPD President, Dr. Rhea M. Haugseth (Ga.) about the consumption of fruit juices and its dangerous effects on children’s teeth.
 
Judi Ketteler with TopDentists.com has published a series of pediatric dentistry articles and featured AAPD President Dr. Rhea M. Haugseth (Ga.) discussing the roles and benefits of seeing a pediatric dentist. Haugseth was quoted extensively, and shared that it’s important to educate parents and caregivers on their children’s oral health care.
 
Dr. Amr M. Moursi (N.Y.) appeared in a Skype interview with Mark Hartley, editor of RDH Magazine, published by the PennWell Corporation discussing access to care and the relationship of the parent in pediatric treatment.
 
Tamara E. Holmes with InsuranceQuotes.com interviewed AAPD President, Dr. Rhea M. Haugseth, regarding the lack of dental insurance and dental care available to toddlers.
 
Too many parents of children with special healthcare needs come upon dental care for their child out of necessity or urgency. In order to make the relationship most beneficial, the preferred way is to establish a Dental Home during your child’s infancy.
 
Dr. Rhea M. Haugseth (Ga.) shared the consequences of long term thumb sucking for the readers of Parents Magazine. The news brief appeared in the June 2010 issue. “It can change the shape and size of the palate, so she may need a retainer or brace that she may not have otherwise,” said Rhea Haugseth, D.M.D., a spokesperson for the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry.
 
AAPD Immediate Past President Dr. John R. Liu (Wash.) explained to She Knows website about baby teething and remedies for your baby.
 
Dr. Martin J. Davis (N.Y.) explained the importance of baby teeth to Westchester Family magazine for an article that appeared in their October issue.
 
AAPD Immediate Past President Dr. John R. Liu (Wash.) was featured in the Q and A for the blog, “Charge up for Good Health,” by Jenna McCarthy.
 
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