As a parent, you probably know how important your child's oral care is to their overall health. But as your child grows up and becomes a bit more independent, you might not pay as close attention to how they're caring for their teeth.
Once your child enters their teenage years, they'll probably think that they know it all. And if they've had very few dental problems in the past, they may feel t
Back to school season is officially here, and soon many kids will be taking to the field or court to participate in youth sports and other outdoor activities. It's important to make sure that your child's teeth are protected in these situations. Sports can get rough and accidents happen. In fact, about 30% of pre-school children have experienced trauma to their primary teeth.
To help protect yo
Your family may be in the midst of enjoying the summer season, but the fall will be here before you know it. And although the back-to-school season is sure to look a lot different this year, there are some things that never really change.
That includes teenager oral care. Whether your teenager will be attending school in-person or taking classes online this semester, it's still important to pri