While some babies are born with their first teeth, most babies start teething between 4-12 months! This process can be very painful for babies, especially when their largest teeth, their molars, begin to erupt. Take a look at our blog post to learn what to do when your baby is teething.
Good oral health is just as important for children as it is for adults. If kids neglect their dental care, they can end up with painful toothaches, disrupted tooth development, and dental problems in their adulthood. Read our blog post for ways to encourage your child to play an active role in their dental care.
It’s often a tedious task to ask your kids to brush and floss their teeth each day. Read our blog post for some tips to help your children get excited about their oral health!
Is it a daily battle to get your kids to brush their teeth? Check out our blog post for 5 tips to motivate your kids to brush without a meltdown. We talk about setting a good example, making it fun, using dissolving agents and rewards, and visiting the dentist. Contact us to schedule your child’s next dental appointment!