Baby teeth start to come in between the ages of six and 12 months. By the age of three, most kids typically have all of their baby teeth. Your child's baby teeth play a major role not only in helping your kids munch and crunch on healthy foods but also in helping them develop healthy smiles as adults.
While baby teeth may not seem very important because they eventually fall out to make room for
Valentine's Day is an incredibly fun day for kids. You get to pick out cool Valentine's cards for your friends (complete with holographic stickers), decorate a fun Valentine's baggie where your friends can drop off their own Valentines at your desk, and munch on candy throughout the day.
While your kids are showing their friends some love during the holiday, make sure they're also showing their
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