#Dental Health

Want to help improve your child’s dental health? Check out these blog posts to create the best oral hygiene routine for your child.

Teen “Night Owls” More Likely To Have Tooth Decay

Recently published research shows that teenagers who stay up late are up to four times more likely to require dental fillings than those who have an earlier planned bedtime. The study published in the International Journal of Dental Hygiene basically states that teens who stay up later than their parents often do not brush their …

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Parent teaches kid about their smile and oral hygiene

5 Mistakes Parents Make With Their Kids’ Smiles

Kids rely on their parents for the guidance and tools to a healthy smile and ongoing oral hygiene habits. We assembled a list of 5 mistakes that some parents make when managing their children’s oral health. Hopefully, you’re on the right track to superstar parenting, but let’s review. 1) Letting children brush alone Most children …

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Who Needs Teeth?

Parents have so many resources today to help them to educate their children in fun and colorful ways, including educational games and apps, videos, and traditional books. We came across an illustrated children’s book called “Who Needs Teeth” that has some wonderful reviews from parents on Amazon.com. Two of the seven great reviews so far, …

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Teething

Your baby is teething when his or her first set of teeth, called primary teeth, break through the gums. This usually begins around the fourth to twelfth month, starting with one of the front bottom teeth. The upper front teeth usually follow. The remaining teeth (20 total) will slowly come in until the child is …

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