It Should Be A Smooth Transition

Some children begin to lose their baby teeth as early as age 4. The average age is 6 but 8 is not out of the range. If your child’s baby teeth came in at an earlier age than most he will probably lose them sooner as well. It’s a natural process of replacement that signals Continue Reading

Are You Ready For The Appointment?

Getting ready to take your child to his dental appointment can be stressful for you both. Even if your son or daughter has been seeing a pediatric dentist for some time there’s sure to be a bit of anxiety about the possibility of having a cavity for instance, or the dentist recommending an orthodontic evaluation. Continue Reading

Healthy Habits Are Learned At Home

Are you setting a good enough example for your children when it comes to maintaining your own oral health? Kids really do try to emulate their parents, they watch you closer than you may think. Pediatric dentists often recommend that parents brush and floss right along with their children, it makes it more fun for Continue Reading

Work Toward Compromise

We can’t expect our kids to give up all the sugary treats that they enjoy so much. After all, there are birthday parties to attend, after the game snacks to share and best of all Halloween trick or treating to do. The fact remains, however, that too much sugar will lead to tooth decay. So Continue Reading

Combine Resources For Success

The health and maintenance of your child’s oral health will depend on establishing a coordinated effort. A home care regimen should consist of daily brushing and flossing using a fluoride toothpaste and the right type of brush and eating a well balanced diet. Parents will need to do the actual brushing and flossing up until Continue Reading