There are some daily habits that you should break to protect your teeth. First, avoid drinking coffee and other sugary drinks. While these can taste good, they can cause erosion of the enamel. Hence, it is better to take at least a half hour break after consuming these drinks to prevent tooth decay. To further … Continued
Some things are taking a break during the COVID-19 pandemic but tooth decay isn’t one of them. Our blog has tips for maintaining good hygiene habits.
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Bad breath can be pretty embarrassing, not only for you, but your kids too! If you’ve noticed that your kid’s breath isn’t very pleasant, don’t worry just yet. Read our blog post for ways to help your kids avoid bad breath. Contact our office to schedule a checkup for you and your young ones.
Read our blog post for tips to get your child’s smile ready for school this fall! Does your young scholar have a dental hygiene routine worthy of an A+? We can provide additional instruction on improving your family’s oral care. Contact our team today!
Read our blog post to decide if an electric toothbrush would improve the quality of your child’s oral care routine! Our team would be thrilled to recommend our favorite products. Contact us for more ways to promote superb oral health for your children.
Is oral hygiene a daily battle with your children? Check out our blog post for 5 tips to encourage your kids to establish and enjoy a consistent dental care routine. We welcome patients of all ages at our office. Contact us to schedule appointments for your entire family!
The purpose of Emergency Medical Services for Children Day is to raise awareness about the need for specialized emergency care for kids. Read our blog post to learn about pediatric dental emergencies: what to do and how to prevent them. If your child experiences a dental injury, call us ASAP!
Do you want to improve your baby’s oral health? Read the our blog for recommendations about your baby’s first dental visit, thumb and pacifier sucking, brushing your baby’s teeth, teething, and preventing bottle tooth decay. Contact us about more dental tips for your child!
We often get parents who ask us when they should start taking care of their babies’ teeth. The answer: even before they come in! It’s always good to get them used to the idea of cleaning their mouths as soon as possible. As their teeth begin to come in, you can introduce them to different … Continued