Month: June 2018

Does Your Child Have Dental Questions?

Children are an inquisitive bunch of human beings. If you have your own children, you probably get asked tons of questions every day on a wide variety of topics? While a lot of the questions might be things like, “why is the dog doing that?” or “why do I have to eat peas?,” there may… Read more »

Can Brushing The Teeth Be Fun For Kids?

Learning the new skills necessary to become healthy and independent can be challenging for a kid. One of those necessary life skills every child needs to learn is effectively brushing his or her teeth. While it can feel like another boring chore, having fun while brushing the teeth can help encourage kids to stick with… Read more »

Yikes! My Kid’s Gums Are Bleeding!

Maybe you or your child have noticed a bit of bleeding during flossing or brushing teeth? For adults, bleeding gums is often a sign of gingivitis, the earliest form of gum disease. Gingivitis can affect children, too, but there may be other factors at play. Kids often brush or floss too forcefully, which may lead… Read more »

Can A Routine Help My Family’s Smiles?

Routines can be very beneficial to oral health. Routines are helpful in making sure that nothing is missed because it becomes muscle memory to do the thing. When children are younger, helping them learn a routine can be helpful in creating habits that will serve them well for a lifetime. When it comes to taking… Read more »