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The Right Way to Remove Your Child’s Loose Teeth

One inevitable thing parents have to deal with is helping their babies remove baby teeth. However, some do it in a rough, forceful manner that leaves a traumatizing experience in the child's mind. We don't want you to create anxiety and fear in your kid when removing loose teeth. That's why we've created this guide [...]

2022-05-23T13:56:50-04:00By |Childrens Oral Health|Comments Off on The Right Way to Remove Your Child’s Loose Teeth

Shelby Township, MI Dentist Discusses Teens’ Dental Health

There are nearly endless reasons why you would want to have a healthy smile. A gorgeous and healthy smile not only enhances your beauty but also boosts your confidence especially when you are looking to meet new people. If you fail to take good care of your pearly whites, both your teeth and gums could [...]

2022-05-23T13:49:13-04:00By |Childrens Oral Health|Comments Off on Shelby Township, MI Dentist Discusses Teens’ Dental Health

How to Protect and Keep Your Child’s Teeth Healthy

Optimum dental care must begin even before a baby's first tooth makes an appearance. To know why read the following: Dental care can prevent and help treat clinical manifestations of several pathological processes in the oral cavity and teeth Dental care can build trust in children to accept dental procedures (if needed) Dental care plans guide [...]

2022-03-21T19:31:37-04:00By |Childrens Oral Health|Comments Off on How to Protect and Keep Your Child’s Teeth Healthy

Kiddie Dental Talk: How To Stop Pacifier Use and Thumb Sucking?

Sucking on the thumb and pacifier is a habit that most kids and babies have. They display this behavior when feeling comfortable, nervous, or engaged in their sleep. Though considered normal, thumb sucking and pacifier use is an unhealthy habit that babies or kids should stop doing once they reach a specific age. Just imagine [...]

2022-03-05T08:12:17-05:00By |Childrens Oral Health|Comments Off on Kiddie Dental Talk: How To Stop Pacifier Use and Thumb Sucking?

A Child’s First Visit to the Dentist – National Children’s Dental Health Month

No matter how many people parents talk to and consult with, they are still apt to get conflicting or confusing advice on all sorts of topics that pertain to the health and wellbeing of their children. This is especially pertinent when it comes to children’s oral health care. This could explain why tooth decay in [...]

2020-02-28T16:21:29-05:00By |Childrens Oral Health|Comments Off on A Child’s First Visit to the Dentist – National Children’s Dental Health Month

Dental Tips for Keeping Your Child’s Smile Bright and Healthy – National Children’s Dental Health Month

As the American Dental Association winds down February 2020’s National Children’s Dental Health Month, it is important that parents didn’t miss any of the helpful tips and messaging that was shared throughout February 2020 regarding achieving and maintaining their children’s oral health. During this observance period of the importance of children’s oral health, many guidelines [...]

2020-02-28T16:26:41-05:00By |Childrens Oral Health|Comments Off on Dental Tips for Keeping Your Child’s Smile Bright and Healthy – National Children’s Dental Health Month

When Should I Take My Child to the Dentist?

The health of your child’s teeth is vital for their overall wellbeing. Being a parent, you have to make sure that your child’s pearly whites remain strong and free from cavities. That said, children are more prone to cavities and tooth decay. Without proper care, bacteria can attack their tiny teeth, leading to cavities. At [...]

2019-02-25T08:15:26-05:00By |Childrens Oral Health|Comments Off on When Should I Take My Child to the Dentist?

Help Build Healthy Smiles During National Children’s Dental Health Month

In the spirit of the National Children’s Dental Health Month, it is time to get reacquainted with the dental health and hygiene of your children. Tell us, when was the last time you asked your children if they have been flossing? Do they brush twice a day? Children are more prone to getting cavities as [...]

2019-02-25T08:17:49-05:00By |Childrens Oral Health|Comments Off on Help Build Healthy Smiles During National Children’s Dental Health Month

National Children’s Dental Health Month

One of the most important skills that we can teach our children is good oral health care. Good habits of brushing and flossing start early, so starting your children on the path to a life-long healthy mouth is one of the first things that parents should start teaching their children. With most children getting their [...]

2018-03-13T22:56:30-04:00By |Childrens Oral Health|Comments Off on National Children’s Dental Health Month

Tooth Decay in Children – Creating a Lifelong Healthy Mouth

As parents, you probably already know that it is important to start teaching your children the benefits of a healthy dental health routine as early in their life as possible. Being a good example and helping your kids learn how to care for their teeth, even when they are just toddlers is crucial to creating [...]

2018-01-26T11:48:50-05:00By |Childrens Oral Health|Comments Off on Tooth Decay in Children – Creating a Lifelong Healthy Mouth
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