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Caring For Your Child’s Toothbrush

Daily routine care for your child’s teeth is imperative. It helps to keep a great smile and also assists in overall health. One of the best ways to ensure that your child’s teeth maintain good health is by brushing them… Continue Reading →

Taking Care of Molars That Have Not Emerged From Gums

When molars erupt, this can cause extreme pain for children and be an open-area for infection. To ensure healthy eruption of your child’s molars, use these tips to take care of the molars before they have emerged from the gums… Continue Reading →

How Your Child’s Diabetes Affect Their Mouth

Diabetes is a serious condition that affects the entire body. In general, some symptoms affect vision, thirst, hunger, and can cause fatigue. Also, it affects the health of your teeth and gums. Children are still developing, so they are more… Continue Reading →

Your Child’s Summer Sleepover Dental Packing List

The long, warm days of summer have finally arrived. For your child, it is the best time of the year, a time of freedom and fun days spent with friends. If your child will be attending a sleepover this summer,… Continue Reading →

Top Vitamins and Minerals Your Child Needs for a Healthy Mouth

Many food manufacturing industries produce foods strictly for taste to entice children and adults. As a result, oral health continues to diminish day after day. Conversely, children have turned to these processed foods without any knowledge of the risk their… Continue Reading →

How Drinking Water Affects Your Child’s Teeth

Clean water is important to the health of all living things. The human body up made of 70% water. Drinking water, especially unfiltered tap water, has many chemicals and solid impurities within it. Toxic contaminants may also exist in the… Continue Reading →

Helping Your Child’s Sensitive Teeth

There are many reasons why your child’s teeth may be sensitive. Tooth sensitivity can be caused by erosion, decay, chipped teeth, receding gums, teeth grinding, fillings, crowns, and damaged enamel. Here’s how you can help decrease your child’s sensitive teeth… Continue Reading →

Getting Your Child To Stop Using Their Mouth To Open Things

Lots of kids (and adults) use their teeth to open things. Maybe there are no scissors handy, or maybe their hands just aren’t strong enough to rip open a package without help. Whatever the reason, this seemingly harmless habit is… Continue Reading →

Fun Facts About Animal Teeth

We’re pretty familiar with our teeth as they’re in our mouth all the time, but we’re not nearly as familiar with teeth in the animal kingdom. Some animal teeth are similar to ours, but the majority are much different when… Continue Reading →

3 Quick Tooth Tips For Your Child

While helping your children take care of their teeth is important, it’s also important to remember that you also want to help instill good dental hygiene habits that will carry with them through adulthood. Helping your children learn to care… Continue Reading →

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