Tips on Thumb Sucking

Thumb sucking: it’s common. But did you know that this can actually cause serious oral health issues? Although most children go through thumb sucking phases, you’ll want to help them stop quickly so that later ailments do not result. Here are some facts to know and tips to help your child quit thumb sucking: –… Read more »

The Excitement of a Better Smile Awaits with Childhood Tooth Brushing

To guarantee your child’s teeth remain healthy and strong, you will need to brush them every single day from the time they appear above the gum line until your child can easily and safely brush their own teeth by themselves. The excitement of a better smile for children awaits with better brushing tactics. The key… Read more »

What Benefits Can Breastfeeding Provide for Your Child’s Smile?

Did you know that a child’s oral health can receive benefits from breastfeeding? Drinking from bottles can harm a child’s teeth, especially if the drink is heavy in sugars. What benefits can breastfeeding provide for your child’s smile? Here are a few facts about breastfeeding and dental health: – Breastfeeding can help protect your infants… Read more »

How to Make Your Child’s Dental Experience Less Scary

Is your child afraid of going to the dental office? Do they dread the very thought of going to the dentist for even just a basic check up? If so, we have some tips for you on how to make your child’s experience more enjoyable so visiting Dr. is easier. Tip number one is to… Read more »

Does Your Child Suck Their Thumb Regularly?

If you child regularly sucks their thumb, they could be at a much higher risk of oral health problems and issues for many years to come. Fortunately, there are plenty of treatment techniques and methods to help your children overcome thumb sucking and lead them on a path towards optimum oral health. One of the… Read more »

What to Gain from Fluoride

Do you eat and drink every day? Do you brush your teeth? What you may not know is fluoride is in almost everything you consume as well as dental products. Fluoride is important in your child’s oral care, and wants you to know the daily benefits of using fluoride and all the ways you can… Read more »

Deeply Textured Tooth Enamel on Your Child’s Back Teeth Might Need Dental Sealants to Prevent Cavities

Each tooth in your child’s mouth has a particular shape, designed by Mother Nature to maximize its ability to bite, chew or grind the foods he or she eats. Sometimes these areas can passively trap bacterial deposits. If they’re not effectively cleaned away during your twice-daily tooth brushing, it can promote cavities forming dangerously deep… Read more »

What You Don’t Know About Your Child’s Teeth Could Be Hurting Them

Nearly one in three children ages two to five years old in the U.S. are affected by tooth decay. February is National Children’s Dental Health Month and the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) and we are sharing tips and tricks for parents on how to help their kids avoid tooth decay and cavities. Parents… Read more »

Teaching Your Children to Brush Their Teeth

It is common for children to like playing with army guys. Sometimes these same children think of brushing their teeth as a chore. But the reality is that their mouths are a warzone. Children are constantly exposed to environmental toxins from food, beverages, kisses and the air. You can teach them that brushing and flossing… Read more »

How to Help Your Child When They Are Teething

If you have a child who is beginning to teeth, you must do your part to ensure their smile will shine through for years to come. Teething begins when teeth rub against the gum line and break through to become visible in their mouths. It can cause infants and young children discomfort and pain that… Read more »