Pediatric Dental Group Blog

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Tips for Parents on How to Care for Their Child’s Teeth

Parents want the best for their children. That includes the clothes they wear, the food they eat, and the schools they attend.

Can Probiotics Improve Oral Health?

You've probably heard about how good bacteria from probiotics can help balance the bacteria in the gut. A similar balancing act is something that scientists believe can help improve the number of good bacteria in your child's mouth.

Tips for Healthy Food and Oral Health

Putting your child on the right track toward good dental hygiene starts with a healthy, balanced diet. Proper nutrition will give your child strong teeth and can prevent cavities.

Flossing Teeth for Young Children: Should Babies and Children Floss Their Teeth?

Most Americans understand how important flossing is in theory. This oral health practice defends your teeth against cavities and protects against gum disease.

Preparing Your Child for Their First Dental Visit

According to experts, your child should have their first dental visit as soon as their first tooth appears. However, it usually does not happen at that time for most kids. Also, if they visit the dentist at such an early age, they are generally unaware of what is happening. But if your child visits the dentist at an early age, they adjust quickly to the environment and the clinic which is beneficial in the long-run.

Is Mouthwash Good or Bad for My Child?

No one wants to be known for having smelly breath. That's why adults often use a minty rinse to freshen their breath and keep their mouths clean. As a parent, you want your child to have good breath, too, so you may be wondering, is using mouthwash good or bad for your child?

How To Reduce Your Child's Risk of Oral Cancer

In the U.S., there are about 54,000 new cases of oral cancer every year. While most of these are adult patients, oral cavity cancer can affect children of all ages. Mouth cancer can affect various tissues in the mouth, including the gums, cheeks and hard palate. The most common types are sarcoma and lymphoma.

Celebrating Women in Dentistry

March is the time to celebrate women's history month. Women throughout history have made great contributions to humankind in every field: Eleanor Roosevelt, Amelia Earhart, Marie Curie, the list goes on and on.

What Is Dental Health Month?

February is National Children's Dental Health Month, a time when healthcare professionals spread the importance of oral health to patients, especially those who have not paid a visit to the dentist in a long time.

The Connection Between Nutrition and Oral Health

Poor health in one area can affect the health of other organs. One specific aspect of health that affects the entire body is diet and nutrition. Your organs cannot receive the appropriate sustenance without the proper food and nutrients. One specific organ that is significantly affected by diet and nutrition is the mouth.

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