Avoid the Teeth Brushing Battle Using These Tips To Help Your Child Brush Every Day!

If you regularly find yourself at a standoff with your child when it comes to their daily tooth brushing routine, you are in good company! Many parents find themselves chasing their littles with a toothbrush and toothpaste, trying to get to their tiny chompers. In fact, studies have shown that almost half of parents face… Read more »

Get Your Child Ready for a Successful New School Year With These Back-to-School Dental Health Strategies

Did you know, according to the American Dental Association (ADA), your child’s routine dental checkup is as vital to their health as getting a booster shot? Or that cavities from tooth decay are one of the most common chronic diseases of childhood in the U.S.? If your child has untreated cavities, they may be afflicted… Read more »

Teach Your Teen Now How They Can Avoid Tobacco, Vaping and Underage Drinking for a Healthy Life

When it comes to your child’s oral health, good habits are essential. Likewise, bad habits can harm their smile and general health. We are going to tackle the tough topic of encouraging teens to abstain from harmful habits like smoking, vaping, and underage drinking. Teens today are still smoking even though it is as dangerous… Read more »

Protect Your Child’s Smile This Summer With Our Healthy Tips and Tools!

Summer is here with its warmer weather and fun outdoor activities! Whether you are on a staycation or vacationing, you can make sure your child’s smile thrives during this time when routines change and slow down. You still want to make sure your child’s smile doesn’t take a break from healthy habits, no matter what… Read more »

This Summer, Be Prepared for Dental Emergencies That Can Happen With Your Child!

Summer is a busy time when active children love to get outside to run and play, ride their bikes, and swim. Along with this energetic season comes the potential for accidents or injuries to occur. But you can get your household ready so that you have what you need to handle an oral injury that… Read more »

A Water Flosser Is an Easy Tool Kids and Teens Will Love!

When you visit the dentist, we always know when you have not been flossing your teeth regularly, and the same goes for your child’s smile! It is because when your child neglects their daily oral care, harmful oral bacteria builds up around the gum line and adding insult to injury by hardening (mineralizing) into tartar… Read more »

What Can You Do if Your Child Has an Ongoing Thumb, Finger, or Pacifier Habit?

Your child’s developing smile depends on a variety of things: their diet, oral health habits and even their family tree. Their day-to-day habits can impact their smile if they develop problems because of thumb, finger, pacifier or lip sucking. This sucking is a natural reflex for babies as it helps them feel comfortable and secure… Read more »

Celebrate National Children’s Dental Health Month Promoting Water as Nature’s Drink!

When it comes to your children’s smile, there are many things you can do to help them develop healthier teeth and gums. We support the American Dental Association’s (ADA) slogan for 2021’s National Children’s Dental Health Month this February. The slogan is “Water, Nature’s Drink” and encourages all to make water your first drink of… Read more »

When Was Your Child’s Last Dental Exam? Start the Year off Right by Scheduling Their Next Visit!

Did you know that the earlier your child has regular dental checkups, the healthier their mouths will be as they grow? Just like you, they need routine dental checkups and cleanings to protect their developing smile from cavities and tooth decay. Not just for adults Even your child’s baby teeth are important since they are… Read more »

You Can Help Your Child Enjoy Healthier Sweets During the Festive Holiday Season!

With the holidays in full swing, many of us are making the season more festive for our children this year by indulging their sweet tooth in treats like mouth-watering pies, home-baked cookies, and decorated cupcakes! The problem is what our children eat will affect their oral health. A good rule of thumb is to monitor… Read more »