According to Visa’s 2015 Tooth Fairy Survey, American children receive an average of $3.19 per lost tooth from the Tooth Fairy. Times certainly have changed! Who is this Tooth Fairy anyways? We have the origins of the Tooth Fairy here.
Burg Pediatric Dentistry will become Burg Children’s Dentistry!
Kids come with a lot of questions, whether they’re asking them or you are we understand how confusing things can be. One thing that shouldn’t be confusing is your child’s dental and orthodontic care and when you should introduce them to your family’s provider. We wanted to provide answers to some of the most […]
Diet isn’t just something that affects physical health; it also has an impact on dental health. The foods you eat affect teeth and gums in addition to weight and health more generally. Consuming excessive amounts of starches and sugars can produce harmful acids that lead to tooth decay, and this is one of the most […]
Anyone who has young kids knows that it is not always easy getting them to floss their teeth. Like any part of dental care, it can be hard to motivate kids to take that important step in flossing. For very young kids getting into a flossing routine is great to encourage long term dental health, […]
By being aware of the dental problems that are more common with children, you can be more aware of not only the problem but the cause as well, more effectively preventing these issues before they can take root.
While stopping the evils of Professor Plaque,The Infector, and even Cavity Miner is time consuming, Molar Man sets time aside to meet with daycares and schools to teach about his important job.
Teething is a stressful process for both children and parents alike. While it may not make the process any less painful, having a better understanding of the teething process can be useful in preparation.