1. Is Chewing Traditional Gum A Good Thing?

    Is Gum Good for Gums? Bubblegum! Spearmint! Cinnamon! There are so many flavors of gum that there are almost too many to count. Chewing gum can be a perfect activity when you are feeling stressed, you need to focus, or if you have smelly breath. But is chewing gum good for children? Of course, there…Read More

  2. Teeth Stains and Your Child’s Dental Health

    Protect Your Child’s Teeth From Stains Now that the winter holidays are over, we can slowly stop eating all the cakes and cookies that seem to go along with the season. But, more problematic holidays are on the horizon. Parents need to be prepared for the impending holidays and the harmful treats …Read More

  3. Common Pediatric Dental Mistakes Parents Make

    Good Dental Health Starts With the Parents Picture this, several years from now, your child is in the dental chair and has cavities and painful dental decay. Your child is probably inconvenienced by having to leave school in order to get their teeth fixed by a professional dentist. Not only is the d…Read More

  4. The 4 Most Sugary Foods and Drinks For Your Children

    Sugar-Filled Food and Drinks That Are Terrible for Your Child’s Teeth Based on the obesity statistics of America, you would assume that sugar and fat are the major food groups of our country. Though both sugar and fat are collectively considered one of the food groups, it is not supposed to be the…Read More

  5. Why Pediatric Dental Check-Ups Are Important

    Check-Ups Are Important! Especially for Your Kids Check-ups are important! Whether they be for your physical or dental health! However, despite the importance of check-ups for adults, children also need to have their teeth looked at at least twice a year. Why? Well, just like adults, children can de…Read More

  6. Why Does Your Child Need a Pediatric Dentist?

    The Importance of a Pediatric Dentist Just as you need routine services like doctor and dentist visits, so does your child. Actually, they might need it more so! Pediatric dentistry is the study and care of children’s oral health. A pediatric dentist will be able to examine your child’s teeth an…Read More

  7. Have Our Dentist Fit Your Child for a Mouthguard

    Why Children Need Mouthguards Most dental imperfections occur when you have an accident. For instance, a chipped tooth, cracks, and missing teeth can be the result from childhood accidents, such as falls, crashes, and from athletics. Because children live such active lifestyles, it is important to k…Read More

  8. 6 Ways to Get Your Child to Brush Their Teeth

    Our oral health is incredibly important from the day our first tooth breaks through the gums. However, many kids struggle to get in the habit of taking care of their teeth. In fact, the National Children’s Oral Health Foundation reports that over 40 percent of children have their first cavity by t…Read More

  9. 5 Signs Your Child Needs to See a Dentist

    As children grow and develop, regular dental check-ups are vital to ensure their teeth are healthy and their smile is bright. It is recommended to visit the dentist every six months, but in between check-ups, there are some signs you should be on the lookout for. We’re going to discuss five of tho…Read More