Jonathon Everett Lee, D.D.S., Inc.

Brian D. Lee, D.D.S., M.S.D., Inc.

Christian P. Yee, D.D.S.

Diplomates of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry
650.574.4447

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Pediatric Dentist

Mouth Madness Tournament – Matchup #2

The Second Matchup for the Mouth Madness Tournament showcased Second Molar against Tartar the Terrible. It was an easy victory for Second Molar with his Healthy Oral Hygiene Routines. Second Molar was able to dodge sugary foods and drinks while executing the moves he learned from...
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National Children’s Dental Health Month

This February, to celebrate National Children’s Dental Health Month, there will be a one-on-one tournament of oral health care. This tournament will showcase two teams: Team Little Teeth vs. Team Mouth Monsters. Here at the Bay Area Pediatric Dental Wellness Group, the coaching...
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Happy New Year 2016!

Dear Patients, Families and Colleagues, 2016 has come and we are thrilled to ring in the New Year with exciting news! Dr. Jonathon Everett Lee and Dr. Brian D. Lee welcome Dr. Christian P. Yee, who for the past three years has been an associate dentist in our office, as a full...
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What is the Most Common Childhood Infectious Disease That is Five Times More Common Than Asthma? The Answer is Cavities!

Do you want your children to be one of the 42% of children ages 2 years of age to 11 years of age who have had cavities in baby teeth or the 21% of those ages 6 years to 11 years who have had cavities in permanent teeth? As reported in the San Francisco Chronicle, in California,...
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Bullied for Buck Teeth

Bullying is aggressive behavior or intentional harm carried out repeatedly over time in a relationship characterized by an imbalance of power. You may have read or heard about the story of Greyson Bruce, the nine year old boy who was being bullied because of his Rainbow Dash...
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Is Health Care Controlled by Insurance Companies?

Delivery of health care is changing, and societal changes, health insurance, costs and access to care are intertwined in the practice of healthcare. How does this affect the quality and standard of care? In the December 2013 issue of the American Journal of Orthodontics and...
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Age One Dental Visit Highlights on CBS

One of my Friends, Colleagues and Mentors, Dr. Charlie Czerepak, who is the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Parliamentarian and National Spokesperson, was featured on Chicago’s CBS affiliate’s WBBM-TV 5 p.m. newscast. The two-minute segment captures both the...
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2014 AAP Updates for Schedule of Health Screenings and Assessments for Well-Child Visits

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has updated its schedule of the health screenings and health assessments that are recommended at each well-child visit from infancy through adolescence (Newborn through Twenty-One years of age)*. The updated periodicity schedule reflects...
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Oral Habits

For many children, nonnutritive sucking is quite common and completely normal for infants and young children. Nonnutritive sucking refers to when babies suck their fingers, thumb, pacifier, toy, or blanket. Oftentimes, these sucking habits provide comfort and security for the...
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Caring For Your Child’s Dental Health: A Conversation With Nellie Acevedo & Rosie Pope

Check Out Nellie Acevedo’s Mom Blog- Brooklyn Active Mama’s post on your child’s dental health. Nellie who balances fitness, career and motherhood has a conversation with fellow mom and parenting expert Rosie Pope on caring for your child’s dental health....
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