As a parent, you may have experienced the challenges of taking your child to the dentist. Many children, especially at a young age, have a fear of dental visits. This fear can stem from various factors such as previous negative experiences, the unfamiliarity of the dental environment, or even the fear of pain.
As we all know, the 'back to school' season is an exciting time for students, parents, and teachers alike. But aside from the manic shopping for school supplies, the meticulous preparation of lesson plans, and the frenzied anticipation of seeing old friends, there's another important aspect that's often overlooked: hydration.
As we wave goodbye to the summer and welcome the new school year, it's crucial to pay attention to our children's nutrition. Healthy eating habits for back to school are vital in ensuring our kids perform well academically, socially, and physically.
Thumb sucking and pacifier use are common behaviors in children, primarily because they provide a sense of comfort and security. But what are the potential effects on a child's dental health?
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics urges kids to eat nutritious foods for dental and general health. Studies show that what you take in can help strengthen your teeth.
You want the best for your children, including their oral health. After all, their teeth and gums affect their overall health and development. June is Oral Health Month, the perfect time to shed light on the top five common oral health problems children face and practical prevention tips.
When dentists detect cavities in children, their top priority is to protect the tooth and restore its health. They use restoration techniques that ensure safe and long-lasting results.
From baseball to soccer or lacrosse, spring sports offer a great way to enjoy the outdoors and stay fit. Unfortunately, with increased physical activity comes the risk of dental emergencies. Accidents can happen in any sport, along with dental injuries attending them.
Dental anxiety can make it challenging to maintain oral health. Modern dentistry offers many solutions to help patients feel more comfortable and one option is IV sedation dentistry.