As a parent, you want the best for your child, including optimal oral health. One major component of this includes preventing cavities. Childhood cavities can be painful, affect overall health, and lead to costly dental treatments. Check out our blog post where we share five tips that can help you prevent cavities in your child’s teeth.
Everyone needs to brush and floss to maintain good oral health, including kids! While many kids develop good dental habits at a young age, you may be less strict about getting them to floss. Read our blog post to find out why you should encourage flossing in a child’s daily dental routine.
Many adults don’t like going to the dentist, so it’s no surprise that kids often struggle, too. While it’s tempting to delay dental care, especially for kids who still have baby teeth, going to the dentist is essential to a child’s health. Read our blog post for advice on how to ease your child’s fears, including the use of rewards.
We understand just how difficult it can be to get your child excited about good dental hygiene. Check out our blog post for our top three tips to help get your little one excited about keeping their teeth and gums healthy and strong!
As a parent, you’ve probably heard of dental crowns or maybe even got the treatment as an adult. You may be wondering if it might be an overwhelming procedure for your young child. Read our blog post to see how pediatric dental crowns differ from regular, adult ones.
Having different dental practices for each individual in the family can easily take a toll on your schedule or planning. If this has crossed your mind, it’s time to switch to a family dentist. Read our blog post for three great reasons why!
Orthodontic treatment is common among young patients and teens. We offer two different kinds of orthodontic treatments: traditional metal braces and Invisalign® Clear Aligner therapy. Read our blog post to help decide which treatment is best for your child.
Summer is in full swing! There’s something about being on a break that makes adults and children alike want to dig into all the sweet treats. Check out our blog post for some dental-friendly summer treat options that kids will love, and dentists approve.
Fluoride is a natural mineral found in water and foods. Most people already consume fluoride through water, foods, drinks, and dental products. Unfortunately, there are many myths regarding fluoride. Do you know the myths from facts? Read our blog post to find out!
Flossing is the key to a good oral hygiene routine. However, introducing flossing into your child’s oral hygiene routine can be tricky. At what age should kids start to floss? Check out our blog post for a helpful guide to help your family decide at what age your kids should floss.