Posts Categorized: Children’s Dentistry

Is Your Child Comfortable With Dental Visits?

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How comfortable is your child with the prospect of a dental visit? For many kids, a routine dental checkup is nothing to worry about. However, some may feel uneasy about these appointments, which can make them act out in response. What can you do to make sure your child is comfortable visiting the dentist? Starting… Read more »

Helping Children See The Importance Of Good Oral Care

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How do you convince your kids to take the best possible care of their teeth? While your child’s teeth are not necessarily less resistant to cavities than yours, they work at several disadvantages when it comes to oral health. One problem is that younger kids are still learning how to properly brush and floss, and… Read more »

3 Things Children Gain from Dental Treatment

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Children develop habits early, and those habits can often influence their daily routines as adults. In the case of dental health and hygiene, it’s never too early to begin showing children how to care for their teeth, and visiting the dentist is an important part of that education. Three of the most important things children… Read more »

3 Tips For Molding Happy Brushers

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Are you trying to figure out the best approach for molding your child into a happy little brusher (and flosser) who can feel positive about dental hygiene? You want your child to understand the importance of caring for one’s smile, of course, without causing your son or daughter to experience any fear when it comes to dental… Read more »

When Should My Child Visit the Dentist?

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As a parent, you do what you can to ensure that your children enjoy the best of health, including their dental health. Unfortunately, many parents don’t realize how early professional dental care should begin, and waiting too long to bring their children to the dentist can often result in early trouble, such as cavity development…. Read more »

Keeping Your Child’s Smile Safe

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Keeping your smile healthy is actually pretty easy – you brush and floss and remember to see us twice a year or so for preventive care and things are simple. However, when it comes to imposing your will onto another human (a very small, new-to-the-world one), you may feel like things become a bit tricky…. Read more »

Important Things to Know About Children’s Dentistry

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Good dental health isn’t an instinct; it must be taught, and it’s never too early to start. In addition to teaching your children to brush and floss their teeth at home, though, it’s also important that they grow accustomed to visiting the dentist as early as possible. Children’s dentistry helps ensure that your child’s teeth,… Read more »