06Apr
2018
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Want Kids with Healthier Teeth? Eat Dinner Together

Want Kids with Healthier Teeth? Eat Dinner Together

It is sad but true that many families don’t even eat a single meal together each day. We’re all so busy that parents may not always be home for dinner, leaving the kids to fend for themselves with whatever is leftover in the fridge. However, eating dinner together as a family every night may help […]

03Apr
2018
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Dental Care – You Are the Best Role Model Your Child Can Have

Dental Care – You Are the Best Role Model Your Child Can Have

Maybe you have struggled with dental health, but you want your kids to do better. Improving your own oral hygiene routine may be the most important factor. Here are a few things you can do to set the example for your kids and be a role model that leads to a lifelong happy smile. Show […]

27Mar
2018
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7 Snack Ideas for Healthier Teeth and Gums

7 Snack Ideas for Healthier Teeth and Gums

We often equate the word snack with the idea that something has to be bad for you. Kids love to snack, but you want to protect their teeth. Well here are 7 ideas for healthy snacks that will satisfy your child’s hunger without posing a risk to his or her teeth and gums. Raw vegetables […]

20Mar
2018
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4 Techniques for Better Brushing

4 Techniques for Better Brushing

You want your kids to have healthy teeth, and that means brushing the right way. But perhaps you grew up in a household where brushing wasn’t considered that important. How can you teach your kids to brush the right way if you have never learned? Here are 4 tips to help you teach good brushing […]

09Mar
2018
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Getting Your Child Ready for a Root Canal

Getting Your Child Ready for a Root Canal

There may be no more terrifying term in the dental industry than root canal. Of course, your child probably doesn’t know that, so it is up to you as a parent to prepare your child for the procedure in a way that will minimize anxiety. How can you do so? Here are a few tips […]

16Feb
2018
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What to Expect at Your Child’s First Dental Visit

What to Expect at Your Child’s First Dental Visit

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that parents schedule a baby’s first dental visit as soon as that first tiny tooth emerges (usually around 6 months of age), but at least by your child’s first birthday. What can you expect at this initial dental visit? Here’s what it is like at BRSH+FLSS Pediatric Dentistry. […]

13Feb
2018
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Is Cavity Prevention Really a Matter of Life and Death?

Is Cavity Prevention Really a Matter of Life and Death?

We know that dental care is important. We’ve all seen the struggle of elderly ones who no longer have their teeth. But did you know that proper oral hygiene can be a matter of life and death? Here are three reasons you want to help your kids stay cavity-free. #1 Risk of Infection When tooth […]

09Feb
2018
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3 Reasons Your Children Should Never Miss Their 2 Annual Dental Checkups

3 Reasons Your Children Should Never Miss Their 2 Annual Dental Checkups

You may be a big proponent of dental hygiene at home. But does your child really need to see a pediatric dentist twice per year?  We’re going to look at three reasons that the answer is yes, two annual visits to the pediatric dentist’s office are a must. #1 A Professional Cleaning Daily brushing at […]

06Feb
2018
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3 Food Secrets for a Brighter Smile

3 Food Secrets for a Brighter Smile

Kids love to snack and while certain snacks may put a smile on a child’s face today, it could lead to a toothache in the future, so choosing the right options is important for parents. Here are 3 secrets to better snacking for kids. #1 Apples Fight Cavities An apple a day may keep cavities […]

02Feb
2018
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3 Tips for Teaching Your Kids to Floss the Right Way

3 Tips for Teaching Your Kids to Floss the Right Way

Flossing is an important part of a good oral hygiene routine. As a result, parents need to teach their children how to floss properly. Here are three tips to help you teach your kids to floss the right way. #1 Set the Example Your kids are only going to want to do things they see […]

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