Gum disease, tooth loss and heart health
Most people may not be aware of the distinct connection between the health of their gums and the health of their heart. If you care for your oral health, you are also caring for the rest of your body because of the link between dental and overall health.
Preventing early childhood cavities
Yes, even baby teeth are at risk of cavities. It's important to start caring for your child's teeth as soon as they erupt so that you can enjoy their happy & healthy smiles for years to come. Learn about the risk of early child cavities and how to prevent them in this post.
Dentists, your child and oral health
A dentist is a very important person when it comes to keeping your child healthy! This is great to remember during National Children's Dental Health Month. In this post, we explain the beneficial impact a dentist has beginning in childhood and continuing on throughout a lifetime.
Clinician's Corner: Losing Baby Teeth
During National Children’s Dental Health Month, we have to discuss one of the most universal and exciting experiences of childhood— losing baby teeth!
What to do when your child has a toothache
If your child complains of tooth pain or a toothache, you will want to do whatever you can to help them feel better. You will need to determine what is causing their pain so that you can find the best solution to relieve it.
Help your child floss
Get an early start forming your child's oral health routine. Show them the proper way to floss, and encourage them to make it a daily habit.
Clinician's Corner: Raising a cavity-free kid
It can be difficult to help kids take care of their teeth, but luckily Dr. Eileen Crespo is here to help! Children's Dental Health Month is the perfect time to begin a good oral health routine that will keep smiles healthy throughout the years.
Guide to your child’s teeth
National Children's Dental Health Month is the perfect time to become more familiar with your child's teeth. In this blog update, Dr. Reena walks us through essential information for understanding oral health and creating smart habits to aid the development of your child's smile.
Choosing between a general and pediatric dentist
To kick off National Children's Dental Health Month, Dr. Templeton offers a guide for parents and caregivers to help them decide between a general family dentist or someone who specializes in pediatric care. Getting your child in for regular check-ups and preventive care is the most important thing, no matter who they see, but the information provided here can be helpful when choosing a dentist.