These Halloween Candies Can Destroy Teeth

Halloween is an awesome time for families to dress up like their favorite superheroes and explore their neighborhoods together, searching for candy. However, candy contains a lot of sugar and is really unhealthy for teeth. But, among the bad candy, a few Halloween classic candies stand out as truly bad for teeth. Circus Peanuts  How can a … Continue reading “These Halloween Candies Can Destroy Teeth”

Reluctant Brushers? 3 Easy Ways to get Your Kids to Brush Their Teeth

Toothbrushing is not the most fun activity for children but it is absolutely necessary for a healthy life. Here’s how parents can encourage their children to brush by making toothbrushing fun! 1 – Brush Together   One great way to making brushing fun for young brushers is by brushing with them. This helps you get into a fun routine with your child and have a … Continue reading “Reluctant Brushers? 3 Easy Ways to get Your Kids to Brush Their Teeth”

How Dental Crown Help Children’s Teeth

In a perfect world teeth would never need maintenance, and every smile would be healthy and bright. But, life isn’t perfect, and teeth sustain a lot of wear over time. Luckily, dental crowns are a fantastic way to combat a number of tooth ailments and improve overall oral health. Dental Crowns Alleviate Multiple Problems  Dental crowns … Continue reading “How Dental Crown Help Children’s Teeth”

How Parents can Prepare for Common Dental Emergencies

Life can’t be completely mapped out, but parents can take some practical steps to prepare for some common dental emergencies. Fractured Tooth Kids play rough, and their teeth sometimes bear the brunt of their actions. If your child fractures a tooth, then gather what fragments and store them in a clean container of cool water, saliva, or … Continue reading “How Parents can Prepare for Common Dental Emergencies”

Kids and Starbucks – Should Parents be Concerned?

As a parent, you have the world on your mind when it comes to raising your child. A healthy diet is one of the primary concerns of most parents, and can go a long way in helping children get healthy teeth. Unfortunately, some of your child’s favorite drinks at Starbucks are packed with sugar, and … Continue reading “Kids and Starbucks – Should Parents be Concerned?”

4 Steps to Keep Kids Cavity-Free in 2018

2017 is almost over and the holiday season is underway. As families visit relatives near or far, oral health is probably the last thing on the minds of many parents. But, you can use the holiday down time to make a few changes in your child’s routine to get them a healthier smile in 2018. … Continue reading “4 Steps to Keep Kids Cavity-Free in 2018”

Everything Parents Need to Know about the 4 Layers of Teeth

Teeth are a lot of fun to learn about, and understanding teeth can help children enjoy going to the pediatric dentist! Did you know that teeth are composed of four primary layers? Each layer plays a pivotal role in supporting a strong smile and a healthy mouth. Try reading this article with your child, and teaching them about … Continue reading “Everything Parents Need to Know about the 4 Layers of Teeth”