Blog Posts Categorized: Children + Family



July 3rd, 2017
Summertime Sweets Can Be Good for Teeth

Sweet treats are a summertime staple, but they don’t always have to be tough on teeth. Instead of sugar-filled ice cream and ice pops – which can leave teeth vulnerable to sugar attacks that increase the risk of tooth decay – consider satisfying your sweet tooth with fruits. Along with many overall health benefits, sweet-satisfying… Read more »

June 28th, 2017
Don’t forget the sunscreen for your sun-kissed lips!

It’s the beginning of July, the sun is out, the lake is still, your deck chair is calling to you, and you are ready to relax. You were sure to lather on the sunscreen to keep the sun burns (and the skin cancer) away – but the likelihood is that you, like most people, forgot… Read more »

June 27th, 2017
Wondering which braces are right for you? Here’s the most common types.

At any one time, millions of Americans are using dental braces. Not that long ago, patients didn’t have any options when it came to their orthodontic treatment. But today, people undergoing orthodontic treatment often have a multitude of choices when it comes to straightening their teeth or correcting their bite. Metal braces: These are the… Read more »

June 20th, 2017
Smile-healthy camping

  If you’re an avid camper, nothing makes you smile more than fresh air, stargazing and good company around a crackling fire. Just don’t get so distracted by the wonders of the great outdoors that you forget to stay on track with your oral health routine! Try these tips to help keep your smile sparkling… Read more »

June 15th, 2017
Maintaining your kids’ oral health routine during the summer

School is just getting out, and kids are back at home, adjusting to a new, class-free schedule. Routine changes can be difficult, even disruptive for children – help them keep their oral health routines in order with these three easy tips:     Bedtimes – and waking times! – can get pretty flexible in the… Read more »

June 12th, 2017
Buying toothbrush for baby

  Health professionals agree: when your baby’s first tooth begins to pop through, it’s time to start brushing teeth. But how do you know what toothbrushes are right? Many dentists recommend starting out with damp gauze or muslin wrapped around your finger to help clean baby’s mouth when that first tooth cuts through. Starting this… Read more »