It may not seem logical, but infants and small children can get cavities!
When was the last time you inspected your child’s current toothbrush?
Between their afterschool activities, social lives, homework and school classes, today’s youngsters lead very busy lives.
It may be hard to believe, but just as adults are susceptible to gum disease, so are young children.
Baby pacifiers have many nicknames. Just a few are binky, bip, bobo, bubba, button, chupy, fee fee and hushie.
Making your child's first dental visit a positive experience is essential for establishing a lifetime of good oral health habits.
Getting children to brush — let alone floss — their teeth can often be a challenge. When teeth are not brushed regularly or well enough, cavities inevitably develop.
Getting children to go to a dental appointment can be a challenge for many parents.
Cavities are permanently damaged areas that turn into tiny holes.