Category: Children’s Dentistry

Sealants And Fluoride Treatment Protect Kids Against Decay

How much can you really do to keep your kids safe against tooth decay? As they age, kids will reach a point where they no longer need their parents’ help with brushing and flossing. However, even if you are not physically caring for their teeth any longer, you still need to help them remain free… Read more »

Encouraging Kids To Brush And Floss On Their Own

Is your child old enough to brush and floss their teeth without your help? As kids take on more responsibilities for themselves, it can sometimes be difficult to know what they are or are not ready for. Even if they feel that they can competently clean their teeth without your direct assistance, they may lack… Read more »

What Can I Do To Make My Kids Less Vulnerable To Cavities?

Parents are understandably worried about keeping their kids as healthy as possible. For first-time parents in particular, it can feel intimidating to go through the many responsibilities you have when it comes to keeping them safe. As soon as your child’s teeth start to appear, that list of responsibilities will include cavity prevention. Fortunately, this… Read more »

The Value Of Early Pediatric Dental Appointments

Parents can have countless moments of joy as they raise a young child, but they also have a large number of responsibilities when it comes to caring for a baby or toddler. One skill you will need to pick up quickly concerns caring for your child’s oral health. As soon as their teeth begin to… Read more »

Let’s Talk About Keeping Your Child Safe From Cavities

You want to take great care of your kids, and give them the skills and knowledge to care for themselves as they age. Dental health is something to focus on at an early age. After all, once a child’s teeth start to arrive, they become vulnerable to dental decay just like adults! At our Riverside,… Read more »

Our Dental Office Can Provide Dependable Care For Kids

By making sure your child’s smile receives quality care from the moment their teeth begin to arrive, you can help them avoid oral health difficulties. This commitment to their dental health can help them avoid developmental concerns, and grow up with a smile that is lovely and healthy. It is difficult to overstate the importance… Read more »

Tips For Helping Kids Develop Good Oral Health Habits

As soon as a child’s teeth start to arrive, parents have to concern themselves with protecting those teeth against decay. While kids typically pick up the responsibilities of brushing and flossing their own teeth at a relatively early age, the support you give them before and after this point can help stay safe against dental… Read more »