Strengthen Your Child’s Teeth with Safe and Effective Oral Health Care

Did you know that as soon as the first tooth erupts above the gum line in your child’s mouth, tooth decay can occur? Thus, caring for your child’s oral health begins immediately. If teeth are visible, they need to be cleaned with toothpaste. Ideally, you should use a drop of toothpaste roughly the size of… Read more »

7 Simple Strategies for Calming Your Kids at the Dentist’s Office

Many children find sitting still in waiting rooms difficult. Here are seven simple strategies for helping your kids stay calm at the dentist’s office. -Help your children sleep well the night before the appointment. Cranky children are rarely calm, so ensure your children get a full night’s sleep — and maybe a nap — before… Read more »

Helping Your Child Win the Plaque Wars

Many children like to play with army guys. These same children might find brushing their teeth to be a chore. What they may not understand is that their mouths are a warzone. Children are constantly exposed to environmental toxins from food, drinks, kisses and breathing. Brushing and flossing teeth is like fighting the bad guys… Read more »

Dental Sealants Can Help Protect Against Dangerous Cavities

Cavities are a serious oral health problem that can compromise your ability to comfortably chew food. As time goes by, the tooth decay will continue to spread, requiring more significant treatment measures. Eventually, it could even lead to the total loss of the afflicted tooth. The permanent molars and premolars in the back of your… Read more »

Tooth Fairy Adventures

Think back on the days that you believed in Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny. Do you remember the excitement the prospect of losing a baby tooth brought? Knowing that the Tooth Fairy was going to come to take the tooth and leave money is a highlight of childhood. Bringing the magic of the Tooth… Read more »

How to Pick Out the Right Floss for You

You probably know that there are a number of things you can do to protect your teeth. Similarly, you know that brushing and flossing are vital to your oral health. However, do you know how to determine the type of floss that’s best for your teeth? If you have large gaps in your teeth, you… Read more »

Inviting the Tooth Fairy to Create Oral Care Awareness for Your Child

It’s that time of year again when parents invite Santa into their holidays to make parenting fun. Mythological helpers can help make the job of parenting more festive and in the case of the Tooth Fair, productive. The Tooth Fairly has been making children smile for decades, along with Santa and the Easter Bunny. But unlike… Read more »

When to Take kids to the Dentist

Being a parent is tough work – making sure your kids’ teeth are healthy is even more difficult. Young children especially are notorious for not wanting to brush their teeth or do other things they need to in order to maintain their oral health. One of the best ways to help kids with their oral… Read more »

Why Your Kids need Sealants

If you take your kids to the dentist on a regular basis, it’s likely that your dentist has at some point recommended sealants for their teeth. You may be wondering why would recommend sealants, so that’s why our team here at in , put this list together of reasons that your kids need dental sealants…. Read more »

Getting Your Child Ready for Their First Dental Visit

You and our dentist should each take part in making sure your child’s first dental appointment is a positive experience. Be aware that any anxiety displayed by you, the parent, will be picked up by your child. Also, if a dentist is unfriendly, unnecessary fear can be caused in the child. Your Role There are… Read more »