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The Best Ways to Teach Kids Good Oral Hygiene Habits

Posted on September 29, 2021

When your child can hold a toothbrush, they get to start exploring good oral hygiene habits. Learning to care for the mouth and teeth properly is essential to their confidence and health as they grow. If children experience positive things while learning these habits, they are much more likely to stick with the new practices… Read more »


Signs It’s Time to Visit a Children’s Dentist

Posted on September 22, 2021

It’s never too early to start taking care of your child’s oral health. The first visit should be as soon as the first tooth erupts, and it’s important to make sure they see a dentist at least twice a year for cleanings and check-ups. However, you might need to visit a pediatric dentist for other… Read more »


Laughing Gas — Children’s Anxiety Is No Laughing Matter

Posted on August 9, 2021

Per the American Association of Orthodontists, you should schedule an evaluation for your child to be seen by an orthodontist the moment you see signs of orthodontic problems, especially before they reach seven years of age. Did you just cringe knowing full and well that your child throws a full-blown fit at the thought of… Read more »


Why Your Child Needs to See the Dentist Regularly

Posted on August 9, 2021

When you have a child, you only want what is best for them in every domain of their life. No matter whether you’re talking about education or eating the best foods, lots of parents want to provide their children with the best possible resources for success in life and health. This includes visiting the dentist… Read more »


Children’s Oral Health: Pediatric Dentists & Orthodontists

Posted on August 9, 2021

Nearly 25% to 50% of children need orthodontics. Who better to refer them than a kids dentist? A kids dentist, or pediatric dentist, is more than likely the first oral healthcare professional to examine your child’s teeth and gums. By the age of 7 or 8, it has already been advised to have a panoramic… Read more »


Why a Pediatric Dentist Is Essential for Your Child’s Health

Posted on July 8, 2021

Perhaps there is nothing sweeter than a child’s smile on a summer day. But children, just like adults, can develop cavities and lose their precious teeth if they’re not taken care of with proper care. Once you know how a quality pediatric dentist can help your child have the wonderful smile they deserve, we think… Read more »


Missing Teeth and Their Oral Health Implications

Posted on June 4, 2021

The American Association of Orthodontics recommends seeing a professional whenever you have orthodontic problems. But ideally, it shouldn’t be later than age seven. One problem we sometimes see in children is missing teeth. Missing teeth can cause a wide range of problems including misalignment or crooked teeth. Additionally, your child may experience difficulty chewing food… Read more »


What Causes Cavities in Children?

Posted on May 4, 2021

More than four out of 10 children will develop cavities by the time they start kindergarten. According to the CDC, dental cavities remain the most common chronic disease of children ages six to 11. Unfortunately, not only do they cause discomfort, but they can lead to chronic oral health problems in the future. Here is… Read more »


Why Early Childhood Dental Visits are Important

Posted on April 29, 2021

Watching your child’s teeth grow is a fantastic milestone for any parent. They can start flashing that adorable grin when they only have a couple of teeth, and it instantly melts your heart. But, as soon as this happens, it’s not uncommon to have concerns about their oral health, especially when you notice something that’s… Read more »


6 Tips to Calm Your Kid’s Fear of the Dentist

Posted on April 29, 2021

It probably comes as no surprise that some kids are scared to go to the dentist. A visit to the dentist is a little like a visit to the doctor—kids don’t know what to expect, and they’re afraid it will hurt. But, frequent visits to the pediatric dentist are crucial for good oral health. So,… Read more »


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