Month March 2017

How Stress Affects Your Oral Health

Are you feeling stressed out? Your dentist can tell! According to the Academy of General Dentistry, there’s a direct connection between emotional anxiety and our oral health. If you’re one of the 44 million people suffering from regular anxiety, keep… Continue Reading →

Help Your Kids Live With Braces

Being a teenager is hard enough. Being a teen with braces can be even harder. However, each year 3.5 million children and teens begin orthodontic treatment. So while it may feel like the end of the world to them, braces… Continue Reading →

Family Friendly Destinations In New York

Before you know it, school will be out for spring break and your kids will be begging for something to do. This time off is a great opportunity for some family bonding and luckily you can find plenty of worthwhile… Continue Reading →

Thumb Sucking 101

Along with their favorite blanket and stuffed animal, thumb sucking is a calming and soothing habit used by children. If you find your child stuck on this tendency, don’t be alarmed; an average of three out of four children suck… Continue Reading →

Tips To Help Kids Maintain A Healthy Dental Routine

If fighting with your kids to brush their teeth takes more time than the act itself, you’re not alone. Luckily, there’s a way to win that battle. Here’s how to make sure your child is cleaning their teeth twice a… Continue Reading →

How To Hack The Lunch Pack

As a parent, packing your child’s lunch is about as challenging as doing your taxes. It can be difficult to find the balance between packing a lunch that’s healthy and un-squished and one that’s delicious enough for your kids to… Continue Reading →

#InternationalWomensDay: How To Celebrate With Your Daughter

International Women’s Day is about more than just telling your daughter how beautiful she is. It’s a day to encourage your daughters to be bolder, stronger, and more powerful. Focus on what it means to be a woman and how… Continue Reading →

How To Handle A Dental Emergency

Accidents happen. However, knowing what to do when one occurs can be the difference between saving and losing a tooth. Pediatric dental emergencies are common, so it’s important to know a few basic guidelines to prepare you for the inevitable…. Continue Reading →

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