Oral & Vision Health Blog

Tricky Treats: Dental Care for Kids on Halloween

Kids and adults alike love Halloween. But, our favorite Halloween treats can be a nightmare for our teeth. Sugary snacks combined with biting down on hard candy can lead to decay ...
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4 Things to Consider When Finding A Pediatric Dentist

Finding the right dentist for your child is an important decision. Taking your child to a dental appointment can often result in fusses, distress and even meltdowns. Instead of ...
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Kids: Healthy Diet Tips for Healthy Teeth

You make sure your kids have a routine when it comes to good oral hygiene. They brush twice a day, they floss regularly, and they visit the dentist before heading back to school. ...
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Halloween Health Tips: Oral Care Tricks after Treats!

Your kids are anxiously awaiting next week’s trick-or-treating adventure. Their excitement over costumes, dressing up as their favorite princess or superhero, and of course ...
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4 Ways to Keep Your Kids Distracted at the Dental Office

Visiting a dental office isn’t usually an exciting time for adults, much less for children. Adults typically keep themselves busy by answering emails on their phone or reading a ...
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What is the ideal oral health routine for kids?

There are few things that bring you more joy than the beaming, contagious smiles of your kids. These goofy grins, filled with delight at some of the silliest or simplest things, ...
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Top 5 Websites for Children's Oral Health Information

It seems every other week, there’s a new social media post about the best way to parent or some new tip that’s trending. It’s hard to keep up with opinions, medical changes, and ...
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Children's Dental Health Month: Encourage Good Habits

It’s February, and that means it’s time to focus on your children's dental health! While it’s important all year, the American Dental Association sponsors Children's Dental Health ...
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Know You’re A.B.C.s: Autism, Braces & your Child - Help Them Prepare

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) presents as a variety of sensory and communicative issues that can trigger behaviors during a dental visit. This means a whole new set of obstacles ...
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