According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, children should have their first dental checkup sometime after their first tooth appears and no later than their first birthday. Most children get their first tooth around six months of age, though … Continue reading
With all the thousands of decisions you make in a day, the choice of which toothbrush to use probably does not even cross your radar. Most people simply choose one in a color they like, figuring all toothbrushes are the … Continue reading →
Many people may be assuming that it is too late to have their teeth whitened before the holidays roll around, believing that it is a long process that requires a substantial investment of time in a clinical setting. Today’s advanced … Continue reading →
During pregnancy, an expectant mother’s body undergoes many changes as her baby develops. For many women, one of the most noted changes is in their oral health. Fluctuating hormones, morning sickness and pregnancy cravings can all lead to a need … Continue reading →
Does your child play sports? Here are some tips for helping your little athlete keep his or her perfect smile.
If you’re like many parents, you’re likely to have a child who is involved sports. While there are many positives that come with taking part in athletics, there are always risks as well, regardless of the sport. Contact sports in … Continue reading →
Halloween is a time when children across the nation are showered with their favorite candy treats. Most households provide the trick-or-treaters with chocolate candy, which is the most popular type of Halloween offering. Because the sweet intake is increased over … Continue reading →