Building good oral habits in children is essential to a lifetime or good oral health. Learn which snacks you should avoid to prevent cavities
Dental emergencies are common during childhood but should be taken seriously. Quick action can help avoid more extensive, costly treatment later.
It’s not unusual for kids to have fear of the dentist. Here are a few techniques to help ease your child’s concerns & apprehension.
Mouth guards serve as the best gear to protect kids against dental injuries like broken teeth and injuries to the jaw, lips or tongue.
There’s a good reason to tell the Tooth Fairy to back off & save baby teeth! Those baby teeth could actually save your child’s life one day!
As harmless as thumb sucking appears, it can lead to problems with the teeth. Thumb sucking is a popular habit among small children. The reflexive nature of the practice is so natural that thumb sucking often begins before birth. Still, as natural and seemingly harmless as thumb sucking appears, it can lead to problems […]
Do you know how to properly prevent childhood cavities? Tooth decay remains one of the most common diseases to affect children despite the fact that it is largely preventable. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states that by the age of 20 most people have some degree of tooth-root decay. The good news is […]
Children need a wholesome diet to grow big and strong. However, many parents don’t realize that good nutrition also plays a BIG role in their kid’s dental health. With Halloween approaching, followed quickly by the holiday season, nutrition and snacks are on every parent’s brain! Trick or Treating, holiday parties, junk food, and candy are […]
That’s right! Fight cavities in kids teeth with a new brushed on cavity-fighting liquid. Read on to learn more information on this new alternative for cavity fighting. It’s no secret that not many people look forward to going to the dentist. Many of which, being kids. Who wants to have an injection to numb the […]
A lot of people are actually confused as to whether flossing for kids is still important. Is it even recommended? Find out Dr. Le’s recommendation!