Between stubbornness, unhealthy foods, and busy schedules, maintaining your child’s oral health is a tough task. Keeping your child cavity-free may get a lot tougher in the summer. Not only do children's schedules get more irregular in the … [Read more...] about How to Keep Your Child’s Summer Cavity-Free
Mothers who use the same utensils and drink from the same glass may increase their child’s likelihood of developing a cavity. Although it is tempting to kiss your growing baby on the lips, you might want to fight the temptation. There is evidence … [Read more...] about Can Your Kiss Increase Your Child’s Chances of Developing Cavities?
Early childhood caries (ECC), is now the most common chronic early childhood disease in the United States. If you've had your young child to the dentist and have discovered that he or she has a cavity, you may be wondering if you should hassle … [Read more...] about Your Child’s Baby Tooth Has a Cavity – Should You Have it Filled?
The mouth is full of necessary bacteria, but it can be harmful if it is the type of bacteria found in plaque. The hardest substance in your child’s body is enamel, which is comprised of minerals. The problem is that although it is so hard, it … [Read more...] about Bad Bacteria: How the Type That’s Found in Plaque Creates Cavities