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Importance of Primary Teeth

Some people hold the belief that primary teeth do not require as much care as permanent teeth because they will be replaced eventually. However, this is far from the truth. Primary teeth require as much care as permanent ones. As the Read More

4 Tips to Prevent Cavities

Cavities, also known as dental caries, are one of the most common health problems affecting children today. Research shows that, in America, nearly 45 % of children have or have had cavities in their primary teeth. Although they can be easily treated if detected early, cavities or dental caries can ... Read More

Children and Retainers

After your child finishes the braces stage, she or he may need to use a retainer as the last phase of the orthodontic treatment. Looking at it from an adult’s perspective, it is a simple process that will have many advantages in the future, but for a child it can ... Read More

The Origins of Dental Floss

Dental flossing is indispensable for a great dental hygiene. A good use of it helps to reach places where the toothbrush does not reach, in this way, removing food residues that could not be taken out otherwise. But, have you ever asked yourself, where does it come from? As the ... Read More

When Is It Okay For Kids To Start Using Mouthwash?

Surely you’ve seen the writing in all capital letters on the back label of every mouthwash bottle. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. So naturally you’re probably a bit skeptical about letting your child near it. But then again, it’s a useful product and tooth decay is rampant in children. ... Read More

What’s The Ideal Brand Of Toothpaste For Your Kids?

The single most common disease amongst children in America is tooth decay. Tooth decay leads to cavities, which leads to long and uncomfortable days at the dentist. That means discomfort and even pain for your child and also unnecessary time off school. If you don’t want your child to become ... Read More

3 Steps To Protecting Your Child’s Teeth

Temptations are everywhere. When it comes to dental hygiene, such is the case since birth. But as a parent, you are in the unique position to limit access to those temptations, and in turn facilitate healthy habits for when your children grow up and become independent adults. We ... Read More

Braces Vs. Invisalign: The Pros And Cons Of Each

Your child’s teeth are precious. Your child uses them to eat. It’s the focal point of his or her smile. And it’s one of the first things people see when they speak to him or her. It’s a crucial feature of your child’s mental and physical health, which is why ... Read More