Everyone needs to see the dentist no matter their age, but for children, it’s especially important during their formative years. While many parents think that it’s convenient to let their kids just tag along with them when they see...
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You might think that dentists sound like broken records when they say that daily brushing and flossing must be supported by periodic visits to the dentist for regular cleanings. But the fact is, there aren’t enough reminders in the...
Babies love their pacifiers. They’re soothing, help them to relax, get to sleep, and stop fussing. But as babies get older and develop teeth, it’s time to start thinking about how to wean them off. Mainly because prolonged pacifier use can lead to slanted teeth and other oral health complications.
Having healthy teeth is so important, both for children and for adults. Kids are every bit as prone to oral health issue as adults, so early dental check-ups are crucial. It’s suggested that as soon as your child has two teeth beside each other, it’s time to schedule their first visit to the dentist.
Visiting the dentist is so important for preventative care. Dentists help keep on top of your child’s dental health, preventing problems before they start. But often times, children are prone to nervousness when it comes to clinical environments. Children, especially those with special needs, require extra care and consideration in order to make their experience at the dentist a positive one.
Braces for your child are a big investment of both time and money. Having a straight, beautiful smile will do a lot for your child’s self-esteem and self-image. It’s important they know the right foods and drinks to consume while they have braces so nothing moves out of place. Having to make extra trips to the orthodontist is annoying, and interferes with your child’s progress..
The dentist’s chair can be an unfamiliar and intimidating environment, especially for children. You can explain the benefits of proper dental checkups to your child, but if they are frightened of the experience then they’ll be little inclined to listen to rational reasoning. This can mean a giant headache for everyone involved. What’s more, one bad experience can sit with them long after you’ve left the clinic and form negative associations, making the next visit all the more difficult.