Fluoride can help strengthen your teeth’s natural defenses against cavities, which is why the remineralizing agent is added to our tap water. Recently, the American Dental Association (ADA) reassessed their rules concerning children and fluoride use. Find out what this mean for your little one, as well as tips for improving your child’s oral health.
Category: Children’s Dental Care
Summer break has finally arrived. As parents, this means your little ones are now home from school for a few months. During this time, they may lose their old routines which can mean more snacking and less dental maintenance. However, you can still take steps to help keep their smiles healthy during summer break.
Once children start having their teeth erupt, they become vulnerable to the same oral health issues as adults, such as tooth decay and in some cases, gingivitis. Kids require dentistry to protect their smiles and help them enjoy optimal oral health. Fortunately, we take a preventive approach to dentistry to help children potentially avoid these issues… Read more »
As a parent, you care deeply about making sure your child is healthy and happy. Obviously, you want them to enjoy a healthy smile. Do you have questions about caring for little smiles? How do you protect their teeth from tooth decay and other oral heath concerns? When should your little one see the dentist?
As your child grows, there are a number of firsts, such as first steps or first words. However, don’t forget about his/her first visit to the dentist! Like you, your little one needs routine dental care to stay healthy and avoid cavities. How do you prepare for your child’s first visit?
February is National Children’s Dental Health Month. We would like to take this opportunity to remind parents about what they can do to help improve their children’s oral health. What do you know about children’s dentistry? Like adults, kids need dental care to avoid common problems, such as tooth decay. A visit is also a… Read more »
If you’re interested in improving little smiles with children’s dentistry then contact your dentist as soon as possible. With children’s dentistry, we can identify and treat common oral health problems. Your child can start a new year with improved oral health and a more beautiful and confident smile. We can also help instill habits that… Read more »
Dental care helps ensure people of all ages enjoy healthy and beautiful smiles. As a parent, you want your child to avoid tooth decay and other oral health problems. You may have questions about children’s dentistry, such as, “How soon do kids see the dentist?” and “What happens during a kid’s checkup?”
There are a number of ways your children can avoid cavities. With the right care and attention your little one can enjoy a healthier and brighter smile for years to come. Our smiles can impact your overall health, so taking steps to avoid tooth decay and other oral health concerns is especially important for your… Read more »
As a parent, you want what’s best for your little one’s wellbeing. Our oral health impacts not only our appearance, but our overall health as well. For kids, routine dental care and maintenance is crucial for ensuring good health as they grow older. Fortunately, there are a number of ways to keep children’s smiles healthy.