Maintain Optimum Oral Health with Teething Treatments

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Are you aware of what teething is and the effect it will have on your child’s smile and their oral health care? If you do not know what teething is, it is a common oral health condition in which their teeth erupt above the gum line to settle firmly in their mouth. Although the process… Read more »

Why Invest in Dental Sealants?

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Has your child gotten their first permanent back molars? Has Dr. recommended dental sealants for your child? Here are the basics of what you need to know to consider this investment: First of all, what are they? Dental sealants are clear, protective shields that will stick to the grinding tops of your child’s molars, keeping… Read more »

Tips to Improve Your Child’s Brushing Treatments

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Are you looking to improve your child’s oral health care? If so, one of the best places to begin is with the child’s brushing treatments. Because most children under 5 cannot brush their own teeth safely and efficiently, it must be done for them. This task should be done for 2-3 minutes at a time… Read more »

What Toothbrush and Toothpaste is Right for Your Children

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Would you be surprised to hear that kids are actually as vulnerable to getting gum disease as adults are? Similarly, did you know that more and more kids are suffering from cavities? As you may have heard, brushing your child’s pearly whites can help you prevent tooth decay, but would you be interested in learning… Read more »

Your Kids’ Oral Health: Tooth Decay

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You probably understand that you should be brushing and flossing your mouth regularly if you’d like to prevent decay. However, are you aware that children may actually be as susceptible to cavities as you are? In fact, about 42% of kids between two and eleven years old will have a cavity. Moreover, 28% of children… Read more »

Baby Teething Remedies: The Facts

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If you’ve ever raised a child, you probably know that teething can be an exciting and difficult time. Usually, your child’s first tooth will come in when they’re about four months old and will continue erupting until they’re about two years old. Sadly, teething can be very uncomfortable, but there are a few things you… Read more »

Help Your Child Enjoy Brushing

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You know that it can be hard to help your kids open their mouths when it’s time to brush their teeth. But it’s very important to help your children brush their teeth–especially if you want them to enjoy a healthy smile. Do you ever wonder what you can do to make brushing fun so your… Read more »

Pacifiers: What You Need to Know

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You probably know that when your child cries, a natural solution is to hand them their pacifier. Fortunately, there isn’t anything wrong with that—in fact, a pacifier can comfort your child and help you, as their parent, get some precious rest. However, if your pacifier isn’t used properly, or is used too long, they could… Read more »

What Thumb Sucking Does to Your Child’s Teeth

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As you may know, your child could suck their thumbs for a number of reasons. In fact, most children suck their thumbs to comfort themselves when they’re upset, or when they are trying to fall asleep. However, do you know what thumb sucking can do to your child’s oral health? While thumb sucking may be… Read more »

Facts on Baby Teeth

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Naturally, most parents are concerned for their children, especially when they are in any type of pain. As you also know, most parents are concerned with their children’s health and wouldn’t like to do anything that could be bad for their health. However, do you know what you can do to when your child’s tooth… Read more »