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  • 7 Ways to Improve Your Child’s Dental Health

    Your child's dental care is essential to their health. However, some parents can have a hard time judging how much dental care their child needs. You know that you need to help your kids prevent cavities, but you might not always know the best way to keep tooth decay at bay. To help you maintain your child's dental health, here are seven of the best possible ways you can keep your kids' teeth i...
  • Worried About Your Child’s Teeth? Keep These 3 Parenting Tips in Mind

    As a parent, it's your responsibility to keep your kids safe, healthy, clothed, sheltered, and to teach them a love of brushing their teeth. Okay, maybe not the last one, but you should still absolutely get your kids to focus on their teeth in order to avoid some painful years down the line. Here are a few things that you should consider in regards to your children's teeth. Don't Let Them Drink ...
  • 6 Common Snacks And Drinks Impacting Your Child’s Dental Health

    Parents are always looking out for their child's health. They make sure their children eat a well-balanced diet, get plenty of exercise, and go to bed at an appropriate time. Something parents should pay extra attention to, though, is their children's dental health. There are certain snacks and drinks that may seem harmless, but can damage a child's smile. You may want to reconsider giving your...
  • 5 Steps Parents Can Take to Improve Kids’ Dental Health

    As a parent, you feel a responsibility for your kids' health and safety. You make sure they are vaccinated against diseases, fasten their seat belts, and swim with a buddy. But what about their dental health? Dental health is essential to a healthy body for a variety of reasons: Malnutrition: People with painful teeth are limited in what they can eat. Tooth pain can cause people to avoid exa...
  • How To Protect Your Children’s Teeth This Halloween

    With ghosts, ghouls, and other ghastly beings ruling over Halloween, the holiday becomes a fright fest for people across the United States. For parents, one of the biggest Halloween horrors is the toll all of the sweets take on their children's dental hygiene. The main objective for most kids on Halloween is to have a bag bursting with candy by the end of the night and then revel in their sweet bo...
  • Dental Sedation: Good or Bad?

    When parents hear that their child needs a dental procedure, it's only natural that they feel worried. This fear can compound when they learn that the easiest route will involve dental sedation. But what is dental sedation and is it safe for children? Here's what you should know about dental sedation the next time your childrens dentist recommends this option. Dental sedation: What is it? ...
  • The Ins And Outs Of Pediatric Dentistry

    When it comes to your children's health, you want to do everything you possibly can to ensure that they're receiving the proper care. You take them to a thoroughly-vetted family doctor, you choose the daycare provider with stellar reviews and recommendations, and you know all of the common signs of an oncoming cold by now. Another area of health that needs just as much of your attention is thei...
  • Top Teen Habits That Can Put Teeth At Risk

    Though many teenagers are able to maintain their oral health, late nights and bad habits might result in your teenager neglecting their regular dental care routine. After all, as your child progresses into the throes of teenage-dom, they might start to search for independence in new ways. Between the pressure exerted on them from their peers and an often chaotic social life, brushing their teet...
  • Summer Isn’t So Sweet with These Common Dental Health Issues

    Summer is one of the best times of the year. Not only are spirits high but there are plenty of activities and treats to indulge in throughout the season. If you're a parent, however, you should pay especially close attention to your child's oral health. Summer is a season of health but it's also known for more than a few sweet treats. When you're aware of the following common dental health issu...
  • What Common Dental Issues Do Teens Experience?

    Maintaining a healthy smile is more than just remembering to brush twice per day, especially when it comes to the smiles of teenagers. Amidst the ups and downs that come with raising a young adult, there are a number of dental changes that will occur at this transitional age. Though many of these oral health issues are the result of poor dental hygiene, far more are the result of factors outside o...