Does Your Child Need Teeth Whitening?

The urge to get teeth whitened is popular among everyone, even tweens and teens. Sometimes parents of young children will wonder whether a teeth whitening procedure is safe for their child. A lot of parents end up getting professional grade teeth whitening procedures...

Flossing Tips

Although a bit time consuming, flossing is an often overlooked but vital part of oral hygiene. For children as young as two, at least by the age of six, flossing should become part of a daily routine. Even for baby (or primary teeth), once teeth start growing in...

At-Home Tooth And Braces Care

When a child or teenager wears braces to straighten the teeth, oral hygiene is more important and also more difficult. It takes more time to brush teeth with braces, but it is a necessary part of caring for the health of your teeth and gums. By following the steps...

Can Cough Syrup Cause Cavities?

Is there a correlation between cough syrup use and cavities? When cough and cold season strikes, it can be hard not to reach for that trusty bottle of cough syrup, but did you know that your go-to cough remedy may be contributing to your child’s tooth decay or...

What Is Baby Bottle Tooth Decay?

Babies and toddlers who experience tooth decay at a young age are referred to as having “baby bottle tooth decay”. Temporary baby teeth that are shed around the early school age years are nonetheless very important. Baby teeth provide infants and toddlers...

Can Candy Cause Cavities?

That special time of the year is approaching. No, not your anniversary; Halloween. And with Halloween – like clockwork – comes trick or treating, comes gobs and gobs of candy and chocolate, comes limitless amounts of sugar, comes worries about cavities and...

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