Even during the pandemic, we’re committed to educating students about oral health during Children’s Dental Health Month. Learn how we’re doing it:
Many children experience injuries and accidents – even dental emergencies. Learn what to do if your child chips, cracks, or knocks out a tooth.
Oral health is determined by a lot of things and what we eat is one of them. Help your kids establish great habits by packing a mouth-healthy lunch.
Making sure your child has great overall health starts with great oral health. Here are some quick tips to get your kids excited about brushing.
Making sure your child has great overall health starts with great oral health. Learn why baby teeth or ‘milk teeth’ are so important to protect.
Caring for your child’s mouth begins when the first tooth erupts. Learn what baby bottle tooth decay is and how to prevent it.
Many parents are curious as to what age kids get braces. A dentist talks about what to expect when getting braces for kids.
Good oral health for children starts after the first tooth. How do you know when to switch your child from baby toothpaste to regular toothpaste?
If your child is about to have their first dentist visit, don’t fret! Read this blog post to learn what will happen at that appointment.
Your child’s first dentist visit is one of their many “first” milestones. But did you know that their first dentist visit should happen by their first birthday?
A pediatric dentist shares oral health tips for kids, including when a child should first see the dentist and what to do if a tooth gets knocked out.
There are tons of hidden sugars in kids’ beverages, but you can help minimize the negative effects on their teeth! Learn how in Dr. Goodell’s blog post.