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Tag Archives: Cavity Prevention

Posted:
10/06/15

A child’s favorite part about Halloween is the copious amounts of candy, this can be a parents biggest nightmare. Now is a good time to teach children about oral health and moderation when it comes to sweets without depriving them of Halloween fun. Too many sugary sweets can have damaging and long lasting effects on […]

Posted:
10/20/14

Halloween is a fun time for kids but potentially a problem for teeth. The entire holiday is centered on candy and can be a headache for parents who want to keep kids from overindulging in the sweets. The best solution for the candy binges that often occur on Halloween is to encourage moderate consumption of […]

Posted:
07/07/14

We know that being consistent creates and strengthens good habits.

As parents we do the best we can to be consistent with brushing and flossing, and we could use a boost now and then. When our child suddenly decides to exercise their independence in the form of not brushing or flossing, or when we forget to pack the [right] toothbrush or toothpaste for our weekend camping trip.

Posted:
05/17/13

Getting kiddos to brush their teeth twice a day can sometimes be a chore, but with the right tools to make it fun it can be a breeze. My kids like to see their progress and love getting an immediate reward for good behavior. For us, a simple chart can mean the difference between sparkly […]

Posted:
03/07/13

The Easter bunny is on his way, and boy is he a good hopper! It’s that time of year where children will decorate eggs, go on egg hunts and eat candy galore.  Many kids (or us adults) will dive at the chance to fill themselves with candy until they get sick. As a parent it […]

Posted:
11/26/12

With everyone mentioning all of the things that are bad for your teeth, why does no one ever say what things are actually goof for your teeth?

Yes, we know that sugar is bad and should be avoided at all costs. The daily wear and tear of eating food can be detrimental to your teeth if you do not take care of them in the correct ways. What foods are actually beneficial to your teeth though?