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7 Ways Your Dentist Helps Preserve Your Child’s Oral Health

Parenting Your Kids to Good Oral Health As parents, we want to do whatever we can to keep our children safe and healthy. We teach our children the importance of eating healthy and getting exercise. We model good behaviors that we want our children to emulate, such as saying please and thank you, sharing toys,…
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What Can I Do About My Child’s Toothache?

Toothache Questions and Answers Aches and pains can come and go, but toothaches are one issue that we wish would go away as fast as possible. Unfortunately, toothaches consist of a pain that often doesn’t seem like it will go away. With no apparent relief in sight, children with tooth pain can be miserable and…
Find the best pediatric dentist for your child

How Can I Find the Best Pediatric Dentist For My Child?

What to look for when searching for the best pediatric dentist to suit your child.  As a parent, you know that your child’s health, including their oral health, is the most important thing in the world. You also know that you need the right professionals on your team, including a great pediatric dentist, to keep…

8 Ways to Get Kids Excited About Healthy Teeth

Sparking your kids’ interest in dental care early means healthy teeth for life. Kids who develop healthy oral care habits early on in life tend to carry these same habits through adolescence and adulthood. The trick to helping kids develop an early interest in having healthy teeth? Make dental care fun! Here are 8 tactics…

5 Steps to Spring Cleaning Your Dental Routine

Renewing Your Dental Care This Spring Spring is a season of renewal and growth. The weather warms, plants turn green, flowers bloom, and wildlife emerges to enjoy the newfound plenty. This renewal often makes it into our homes in the form of spring cleaning as well—it’s the time when we sort through overflowing closets and…

A Cavity Prevention Playlist for Kids

10 Fun Songs and Videos to Get Your Kids Interested in Brushing Their Teeth Building healthy dental care habits early in life greatly increases the chances of kids continuing to prioritize their oral health as teens and adults. A highly effective way of getting kids interested in their smiles and brushing their teeth is through…

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