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The Role Of Mental Health In Oral Health In Children

Childhood is a unique place in our lives, and as parents and role models, a child’s behavior can often be influenced by how we receive them. The way they express themselves can manifest in multiple ways and directly reflect their experiences. Those factors can ultimately create both positive and negative impacts on their physical, emotional, […]

Useful Dental Care Tips For Both Mom and Baby

If you’re pregnant, congratulations! Having a new member of your family can be an exciting and nerve-wracking time, and you’re probably looking for all the tips you can to make sure your pregnancy is safe and successful for your newborn. Your OB/GYN has probably recommended the many usual tips, such as taking folate supplements, limiting […]

Ways You Can Boost Your Child’s Oral Health Through Diet

Children should always eat healthily, but for many families, that isn’t the case. For many families, getting good nutrition takes a lot of time and money. But good nutrition will provide longer-lasting effects that outlive your wallet. Maintaining all those wonderful food groups will give your children healthy hearts and minds, giving them the ability […]

Learning How To Brush Your Teeth Environmentally Sustainably

Plastic has become one of the world’s most highly used commodities – but in turn, it has become one of the most harmful materials to our environment. Often found in our toothbrushes, toothpaste tubes, and floss containers, plastic has become a standard material used in dentistry to provide people with better oral care products. If […]

That First Cup of Coffee May Be Doing Great Things For Your Smile

Let’s make no bones about it, coffee is an extremely acidic drink, and acid is no friend to your teeth. When we add sugar, cream, and flavorings to our morning latte, it can be hard to understand how coffee actually helps our teeth. While the acid is no friend of your enamel, there are other […]

How Safe Is Your Child’s Charcoal Toothbrush?

Charcoal toothbrushes have been marketed for their ability to remove stains with activated charcoal, and often because of their design; they claim to have less bacterial contamination than non-charcoal toothbrushes. For many parents wishing to understand their options, charcoal toothbrush and toothpaste can either sound like a fantastic opportunity, or a waste of time, depending […]

How Parents Can Help Prevent Tooth Decay

One thing that concerns many dental savvy parents is whether or not their child is getting enough fluoride. In the United States this isn’t generally a concern, as the water in most municipal areas has had fluoride added. Those who get their water from a well or who don’t drink city water may find themselves […]

How Xylitol Can Benefit Your Child’s Oral Health

Caring for your child’s teeth can be challenging, but caring for their teeth is an essential part of improving their oral health over time and ensuring they have healthy teeth in the future. Even with numerous reminders to brush their teeth, helping them understand why brushing their teeth is important, sometimes encouraging them through other […]

Why Your Child Can Benefit From Early Orthodontic Treatment

For many parents with children, it’s often confusing why many dentists and orthodontists recommend early orthodontic treatment. For some, parents often refuse to take their children to an orthodontist because they don’t see the reasons behind the treatment. According to the American Dental Association, the recommended age for a child’s first visit to an orthodontist […]

Foods and Beverages That Can Harm Your Child’s Teeth

Your child’s teeth are at a prime area of development; with so many varieties of food items for your child to enjoy, one aspect of being a conscientious parent is caring about what your child eats. When your child begins to ask the question “Mom/Dad, may I have this please?” one of the choices you […]

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