The Importance of Regular Dental Visits for Your Child

Having your child attend their regular dental visits will help prevent cavities and reduce the risk of your child experiencing pain, trouble focusing in class and other possible medical issues. Small children who have healthy teeth can chew their food easily, speak clearly and smile with confidence.

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Three Stages of Hygiene to Protect Your Child from Cavities

It is never too early to encourage healthy dental hygiene for your child. Their teeth are at risk of cavities, also known as tooth decay, as soon as they first erupt. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, cavities in children is the most common chronic children’s disease in the country. In severe cases, tooth…

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Five Harmful Foods to Your Child’s Teeth

According to an online survey conducted by Stastista.com, consumers in the U.S. make 1.5 trips to the grocery store during a regular week. However, the items we buy and put into our bodies may not always be the best for us. Between snacking and trying to stay hydrated, there are many things that can have…

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How to Get Rid of Your Child’s Toothache

What is a toothache? A toothache or tooth pain often occurs when the nerve of a tooth is irritated, but there are other reasons a person could experience a toothache. Why does your child have this tooth pain? Toothaches occur from inflammation of the central portion of the tooth, where the nerve endings are sensitive…

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Halloween Candy

“Trick or treat, smell my feet, give me something good to eat…” Not every treat your child gets from a night of Halloween trick or treating will be good for their oral health. Take care of your child’s teeth by understanding how the worst, best, and everything in between Halloween candy affects their oral health:

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Back to School Dental Checkup

As the sun begins to set earlier and back to school sales have begun, we try our best to plan the remaining days of summer. Make sure your child is scheduled for their back to school dental checkup. Regular dental visits are important year-round, however, your childs’ back to school dental checkup is key to…

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How To Protect Your Child From Cavities

Sugary foods are guilty pleasures that you might treat yourself to from time to time. Your child might also love the delicious goodies too! However, it is important that after your child eats their sugary treats, they practice proper oral hygiene to avoid cavities. According to the American Dental Association (ADA), the three most important…

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