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Dental sealants protect our children’s teeth. 40% OF KIDS WILL have at least one cavity(a permanent hole in a tooth) by the time they start school, usually due to poor oral hygiene and eating and drinking lots of sugary things. There is sugar in so much more than just sweet …

HOPEFULLY WE ALL know how crucial daily flossing and twice-daily brushing are for healthy smiles, you need to take care of your teeth and keep them clean. It is important that you remember that the foods children eat are also important for their oral health as they develop. Vitamins Support …

BY THEIR ELEVENTH birthday, 2 in 5 kids will have at least one cavity, but parents can do a lot to keep their child’s teeth healthy. One major culprit of cavities are sugary drinks. Sweet drinks like Kool-Aid, lemonade, cokes, and even fruit juice are culprits for cavities. The worst …

AROUND 1 IN 5 children with a snoring habit get it from sleep apnea, a sleep disorder that causes repeated brief interruptions to breathing during sleep. This disorder, as well as being potentially life-threatening, can have serious consequences for oral health. What Is Obstructive Sleep Apnea Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA …

DENTAL INJURIES are part of being a kid as well as lots of scraped knees and bumps and bruises from running around and discovering the world. Parents want their kids to enjoy everything childhood has to offer, but preferably while avoiding some of its downsides, such as preventable tooth injuries. …