Tooth Care for Kids

The dental experiences your kids have are important in determining how well they will take care of their teeth as adults. That’s why it’s important to make sure that they have a great dentist, and that they develop good habits.

However, it can be tough to make sure that your children are comfortable with the dentist, and some kids really hate brushing their teeth, let alone flossing. What can you do to make it easier? This blog contains tips and tricks for parents on all aspects of children’s dental health. You’ll also find articles on dental conditions that affect children, and what to do about them if you see symptoms. I’m a parent too, and I know that taking care of your children’s teeth can be tough. I hope my blog will help.

Understanding How A Deep Baby Tooth Cavity Is Treated

If you have a child, then your son or daughter may end up with a cavity in one or several of the primary teeth. In fact, about 42% of all children between the ages of 2 and 11 will have cavities. The baby teeth do have a layer of dental enamel to protect the teeth...

Bruxism: Why It Happens And How To Treat It

If you grind your teeth while you sleep, you may wake up with a sore jaw, facial pain, or headaches, and you may not realize why. This is a habit that is hard to control because it takes place when you sleep, but it is something that needs to stop. Teeth grinding, or...

5 Myths About Children’s Teeth

Myths about your child’s health can cause some serious, detrimental problems to their health, whether it be in the present or somewhere down the line in your child’s future. Many people seem to be negligent regarding tooth care for their child for a host...