You know the basics when it comes to keeping your child's teeth happy and healthy: brushing teeth twice a day, flossing regularly, and visiting your pediatric dentists for bi-annual check-ups. But did you know that the snacks your kids are eating can have just as big an impact on their dental health?
From what's in their lunchbox to what they're eating in front of their tablets, your child's f
December is finally here, and the holiday season is right around the corner. While the holidays are typically filled with family fun and beautiful lights, they're also often filled with a lot of sugar. From chocolate gelt and sufganiyot to chocolate Santas and candy canes, many kids this season will be putting their teeth through the wringer.
To help you keep your child's teeth safe from the ba
According to the CDC, it's recommended that your child brushes their teeth twice a day and that they visit the dentist at least once every six months. The reason for that six-month check-up isn't just for a cleaning. While it's true that only a pediatric dentist can remove tartar from your child's teeth, your pediatric dentist is doing far more during your child's dental exam than making sure your