The arrival of your baby’s first teeth is an exciting milestone. Keep these do’s and don’ts in mind as you try to provide relief to your teething baby.
With April bring National Facial Protection Month, there is no better time to create awareness about wearing a sports mouthguard!
Your child’s toothbrush is their primary tool for a lifetime of strong, healthy teeth! Here are tips for your kids toothbrush care.
We’ve all seen children with a “silver tooth” or stainless steel crown. But why does it have a crown? What is the reason for it all?
Early childhood is the perfect time to start enforcing positive brushing habits. Here are some great tips to help motivate children to brush their teeth.
How can you help your child overcome their fear of the dentist? It’s natural for people to fear the unknown, especially children. Going to the dentist can be overwhelming for a child. There’s a large and unusual chair, lots of scary equipment that make noises and they put objects into your mouth. But dental hygiene […]
How can you help prevent baby bottle tooth decay in your child? Although baby teeth are not permanent, it is incredibly important that they stay healthy until they fall out to make room for adult teeth. Cavities in toddlers and infants are known as Baby Bottle Tooth Decay. These cavities can prevent children from having […]
Do you know how to save a knocked out tooth? Whether it’s on the field, the court, at school, or at home, a knocked out tooth can be scary for both the child and the parent. Some of the most important steps to save a knocked out tooth are often missed due to the shock […]
The first visit to the dentist is a big deal! Most parents usually ask, “when should my child first see the dentist?” According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry the answer is “first visit to the dentist by their first birthday.” This may seem early to many parents, but studies have shown that kids are […]
For adults, taking a trip to the dentist involves checking for cavities, having a cleaning and x-rays taken, but are dental x-rays safe for kids?