You might think that children don’t need to go to the dentist as often as adults. After all, they’re kids, right? Their teeth are just fine. Well, the truth is that childhood dental checkups are just as important – maybe even more. Regular checkups will help make sure your child learns habits that will help […]
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Tooth decay doesn’t just affect adults – it can strike children as well. It can result in not only excruciating pain, it can also lead to issues that can last for years. Thankfully, though, there are a lot of things you can do to keep your child from ever having to experience this problem. Start […]
At their young ages, children depend on their parents to provide for them and oversee their general healthcare. When it comes to dental care, there areother ways to protect your child’s teeth in addition to brushing and flossing: Be mindful of what goes in your child’s mouth While trying to pacify a baby, it’s common […]
Dentistry may seem somewhat simple. You need your teeth cleaned, or a cavity taken care of, so you make an appointment and go see your dentist. Yep, simple enough. Now is that the same for a child? The short answer is yes, but in reality the answer is a very big NO. Just like when […]
Does your child still suck his or her thumb? Children, 6 and older, who have lost all their front baby teeth, should not suck their thumb, as it can prove hazardous for their teeth and jaw. The habit of thumb sucking ordinarily decreases in children between the ages of 2 and 4. However, this is […]
Pediatric dentists are involved in a profession that works around the oral hygiene and health of kids right from the start through the teenage years. These dentists have qualifications and experience that are needed to examine and recommend care for children’s mouths, gums, and overall oral health throughout the different stages they pass through in […]