February is Children’s Dental Health Month; an event focused on increasing awareness about the oral health and dental care needs of kids throughout the nation.More
As children begin choosing costumes for trick-or-treating, parents start gathering bags of Halloween treats, ensuring they have an ample supply to hand out to neighborhood kids. In most cases, parents will default to standard bags of candy, figuring that classic sweets are the best option.More
As your child becomes a teenager, you often give them a bit of freedom in regards to managing their personal care habits. However, a surprising number of teens fall short when it comes to handling their oral health needs, treating activities like brushing and flossing as a nuisance instead of part of a self-care routine.More
Did you know that February is National Children’s Dental Health Month? It’s a joint venture between the American Dental Association and National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research designed to raise awareness about the importance of good oral health and practices in children.More
Prevent Blindness America has declared December as Safe Toys and Gifts Awareness month to help ensure that all children are only given toys that are safe for them to enjoy. In recognition of the event, here is some information every parent needs this holiday season and all year long.More
Halloween is an exciting time of year for children, families, and even adults who enjoy dressing up for the annual festivities, like trick-or-treating. While most of the emphasis is on candy and costumes, it’s also important to take a moment to focus on safety.More
Now that the school year is in full swing, many parents want to make sure their children have access to healthy foods for lunch. But, getting your kids to eat healthily isn’t always easy, which is why it’s important for their meal to be fun too. Additionally, you want them to be easy to pack and carry so that bringing a lunch to school isn’t a burden for your child.More
Receiving proper dental care is critical for your child’s oral health. Most parents focus on the basics, making sure their kids brush and floss correctly and bringing them in to see the dentist for cleanings and exams every six months. However, some children’s teeth need extra attention, and the most common form is orthodontic treatment.
But, when is the right time to have your child screened for these specific needs? The answer may surprise you.More
It’s that time of year again! Children are preparing to jump onto the school bus and head back to class.
Often, this is an exciting but stressful time for students and parents. To help make managing tasks associated with back-to-school activities easier, here are five great tips to get you started.More
With these statistics in mind, it is a huge priority in the dental industry to educate and emphasize the importance of proper dental health for our children, starting at an early age.More