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    • Healthy Smiles for National Children’s Dental Health Month

      February is National Children’s Dental Health Month! This month is all about promoting the benefits of good oral health to children, their caregivers, teachers and many others. Some of our doctors and team members are using this opportunity to visit local schools to help educate!  As we’ve addressed before, it is a common misconception that…

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    • November is American Diabetes Month. According to the American Diabetes Association, approximately 283,000 Americans under the age of 20 have been diagnosed with diabetes. If your child has diabetes, they can become more susceptible to dental issues such as cavities. Because of this, it’s important to ensure that they are practicing good oral hygiene.  How […]

    • Before permanent teeth come in, a child’s primary teeth — commonly known as baby teeth — will erupt. The technical term for these is deciduous teeth, because they eventually fall out. While adults have 32 teeth on average — 28 if they’ve had their wisdom teeth removed — children have far fewer baby teeth.  While […]

    • A big part of keeping your child’s smile healthy is making sure they eat healthy food. This can sometimes be challenging when it comes to school and having to pack them lunches every day. While some foods to avoid might be obvious — like gummies and soda — some nutritious foods are actually hard on […]

    • A common misconception about baby teeth is that caring for them isn’t necessary since they eventually fall out. In reality, caring for baby teeth is just as important as caring for adult teeth. When you don’t properly care for baby teeth, your child is more vulnerable to tooth decay. Tooth decay is the most common […]

    • February is National Children’s Dental Health Month. This month aims to raise awareness about the importance of oral health to children, their caregivers, teachers, and many others. According to the ADA website, National Children’s Dental Health Month began as a one-day event in Cleveland, Ohio, on February 3, 1941. The first national observance of Children’s […]

    • Welcome to 2023! With the new year comes new beginnings, resolutions, and the best part – insurance resets! Dental insurance benefits typically reset at the beginning of the year, making room for your child to get preventative care and any needed dental treatment either free or at a more accessible price. A common myth is […]

    • November 1 was National Brushing Day, which reinforces the importance of children’s oral health and promotes good tooth-brushing habits. Choosing the best toothbrush for your child is important to ensure that they can properly care for their teeth. With different ages comes different toothbrushes, and it’s important to know when to switch them out.  0 […]

    • Every year in October we celebrate National Dental Hygiene Month! This is the time of the year when we recognize the work dental hygienists do, and help raise awareness on the importance of good oral health. As your partner in oral health, your dental hygienist helps to keep your child’s teeth clean and educate on […]

    • As children grow, they begin to lose their baby teeth. Most kids lose their first tooth around the age of 6, and will continue to lose their baby teeth until around the age of 12. With each tooth loss, comes the tooth fairy! National Tooth Fairy Day is celebrated today, August 22.  Losing a tooth […]

    • National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day is coming up on May 7. This day seeks to raise awareness about the importance of children’s mental health and show that positive mental health is essential to a child’s healthy development. We understand the anxieties that are associated with going to the dentist. We have a passion for […]