Back-to-school rituals are an easy way to remember important health dates. Add your child’s biannual dental checkups to your back-to-school list.
Did you know problems with baby teeth may cause problems with your child’s permanent adult teeth? Future dental issues can be painful and pricey, which is why it’s essential to create excellent oral habits as soon as you can. Read on to see how.
Tooth extraction can be scary. But with the right preparation, you and your child can lower the anxiety around this procedure.
The process of losing baby teeth can often ebb and flow. Learn more about the transition to adult teeth and what to do if your child’s baby teeth aren’t coming out naturally.
A mouthguard maybe isn’t one of the first things that come to mind when thinking about your child’s oral health. But if your child grinds their teeth, it might just make a huge difference.
Less bleeding, quicker healing, and shorter dentist visits? Count us in! Laser dentistry offers those benefits and many more over traditional pediatric dental care methods.
You want to protect your baby from painful dental problems in the future, right? Discover how so-called baby bottle rot could be affecting your child today, and how you can care for their gums before they’ve even started teething.
Getting your wisdom teeth taken out can be a scary proposition even for adults, so when it comes to kids who need their wisdom teeth removed, parents need to do all they can to prepare their children for the procedure.
Knowing what to do when faced with a dental emergency can help your child prevent more serious problems as well as ensure their discomfort is relieved as soon as possible. Here’s how to handle four common dental emergencies.
With laser dentistry, there’s less discomfort during and after treatment, so your child won’t mind seeing the dentist. Establishing good oral health habits now can set the stage for a lifetime of better oral health. Here’s how lasers can help.
Does your child seem destined to develop tooth decay? Learn effective strategies to prevent tooth decay and keep your child’s smile healthy and bright for a lifetime. You have more control than you may know. Check out these useful evidence-based tips.
Proper dental hygiene begins when your child’s first baby teeth begin to break through the gums and continues through adulthood. It’s the early habits, however, that make a huge difference, especially after your child has that first cavity filled.
Teeth grinding can damage your child’s teeth over time, so getting treatment as soon as possible is really important. But unless you “catch” them in the act, how can you tell if your child is grinding? Look for these telltale clues.
They’re all over school and a common reward. How can you avoid sugary treats? Check out these 10 strategies to protect your kids’ teeth this Halloween