As a child grows up, it becomes increasingly critical that they learn how to care for their own teeth. As a baby, you take care of your children’s gums, and eventual teeth, yourself. During their toddler years, you still intervene… Read More »Healthy Children’s Dental Habits – American Dental Association
We all have our own odd, nightly habits. Some of us have snores that could virtually be heard a mile away. Others of us twitch, talk gibberish, or even walk in our sleep. It’s always fun learning from our friends… Read More »Teeth Grinding At Night Can Cause Severe Damage
A fresh, new school year has started up once again (or maybe it’s coming up very soon where you live). Many parents are scrambling to get their children back into the groove of going back to hybrid or 100% in-person… Read More »Back to School Checklist: A Healthy Smile
The teeth are quite interesting. When we are born, we don’t have any visible teeth on the surface of our gums (nor do we need them at this point in time). However, as we get a little older, our first… Read More »Why Do Wisdom Teeth Need to Be Removed?
Just like our hair, skin, and nails, our teeth, too, require certain vitamins and minerals to be their best and their healthiest. One of the minerals that our teeth need is calcium. And you bet that children’s teeth have a… Read More »How Much Calcium Does My Child Need?
Many know that there is differing information surrounding fluoride. Some believe in its importance. On the other hand, a decent chunk of people firmly believes that fluoride is harmful to the teeth. Yet, for decades, dentists have been vouching for… Read More »Is Fluoride Bad for Toddlers?
Every woman knows that becoming a mother is one of the biggest challenges they will ever face. There are so many adjustments involved. It’s enough to make any expecting or new mother’s head spin. From dealing with out-of-whack hormones and… Read More »Pregnancy, Breastfeeding, and Mother’s Dental Health
There are many things we want for our children. For instance, we want them to be kind and be able to form healthy relationships with others. Parents also want their children to stay out of trouble as much as possible.… Read More »Connection Between Oral Health and School Performance
Did you know that approximately 20% of all children have a fear of going to the dentist? Even with some of the best dental health care in the world, children in the United States still remain anxious, and for various… Read More »Help! My Child is Afraid to Visit the Dentist!
Many parents are aware of the fact that sticky, hard, sugary snacks are not friends of their children’s teeth. So, it’s no surprise that parents often don’t want their kiddos enjoying too many Jawbreakers, caramels, and taffies, for instance. These… Read More »Caffeine and Your Kid’s Teeth
Every parent understands that at some point, they’re going to have to care for their son or daughter’s teeth. It’s an integral part of helping our children stay healthy. Keeping our kid’s pearly whites in top-notch condition involves a kid-friendly… Read More »6 Ways to Get Your Toddler Healthy Gums