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Dr. Angelica R. Rohner
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2045 Brookwood Medical Center Dr.
Suite 21 Birmingham, AL 35209

Birmingham Children’s Dentist Encourages Dental Health Every Month

February 8, 2017

See Birmingham Children’s dentist for your kids’ smiles. The American Dental Association designates February as National Children’s Dental Health Month. Of course, for Birmingham children’s dentist Dr. Angelica Rohner, every month is children’s dental health month! But now seems like a particularly appropriate time to talk about how parents can help their children have healthy and beautiful smiles.

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Prevent Cavities with Your Pediatric Dentist in Birmingham

December 23, 2016

Parents can help prevent kids’ cavities. Dr. Angelica Rohner, pediatric dentist in Birmingham, partners with you to keep little smiles strong.Most everyone gets cavities–kids, too, of course. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control says that 19 percent of children ages two to 19 have untreated tooth decay. Why does this happen? What can parents do to prevent cavities? Your pediatric dentist in Birmingham, Dr. Angelica Rohner, has some suggestions for bright, long-lasting smiles.

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Birmingham children’s dentist and pediatric dental issues

June 22, 2016

Preventive services from your Birmingham children’s dentist, Dr. Angelica Rohner, keep kids smiling. Read about common dental problems kids have.As a Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry, Dr. Angelica Rohner is highly skilled in all aspects of dentistry for kids in the Birmingham area. She knows what can go wrong with young teeth and gums and how to prevent those common problems. (more…)

Birmingham children’s dentist gives anti-cavity tips

May 19, 2016

Baby teeth aren’t throwaways. Learn to keep them healthy and bright with anti-decay tips from Angelica Rohner, children’s dentist in Birmingham.True, your child will lose his baby teeth, and receive a whole new set of permanent ones. However, keeping baby teeth healthy and in place remains an important goal for parents and Birmingham children’s dentist, Dr. Angelica Rohner. Learn what this Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry recommends as best anti-cavity strategies. (more…)