Losing baby teeth is a rite of passage for kids and one significant step to becoming a grown up. So, what do you do when your child loses a tooth? We'll walk through oral health care for kids, when and why they lose teeth, and aftercare.
It’s that time of year - spring is just around the corner, and easter candy is everywhere.
If you’re stocking up easter baskets, or just enjoying the treats of the season, here are our top 3 tips for taking care of your teeth.
Sedation dentistry allows patients to feel more comfortable during dental procedues, but is sedation a safe option for children?
Our hearts go out to our kids when they’re ill. We want to help them feel better faster. That’s why there are many over-the-counter (OTC) medications for kids that help relieve cold, flu, and allergy symptoms. But do these syrups affect your child's dental health?
We want to give a special shout out to our local CherryBerry here in Plymouth, MN! Thank for sending us the coupon gift cards to hand out. We appreciate your special treats to reward our littlest patients, like Logan, for their good dental health care habits. She was pretty happy about it, too! @CherryBerryPlymouth
If you are ready for a challenge for the chance to win one three very cool, family-friendly prizes, then you'll want to learn more! Prizes include:
BABY TEETH MAY BE TEMPORARY, but they’re certainly not “practice teeth”. Your child’s early dental care is so incredibly important!
YOUR MOUTH TELLS US A LOT... Even when you’re not speaking. It tells us if you have been brushing and flossing. It also provides clues about your overall health.
SWISH, GARGLE, SPIT – simple, right? Mouthwash is usually seen as an addition to your oral health, the cherry on top of your hygiene routine. But are you using the right kind, and are you using it correctly?