As a parent, you have many things to worry about with your children. Dental problems can be a continual source of stress and financial burden. Because most dental problems are preventable, you can eliminate this from your list of concerns by taking important steps to keep your children’s teeth and gums healthy. Continue reading Five Tips to Help Your Kids Have Healthy Teeth and Gums
Toddlers can be difficult, to say the least. The combination of increased mobility, a stubborn desire for independence and the entrance of new teeth can be the perfect storm for a nightly battle. Developing a consistent pattern for oral hygiene is extremely important in your toddler’s earliest years. Without exercising this essential routine, you could be the recipient of bad news at your toddler’s first dental visit. Continue reading How to Brush Your Toddler’s Teeth
It’s actually a lot earlier than you probably think!
Your child needs to see a dentist as soon as he or she has teeth. This can be as early as six months of age. We know this may sound super early, but if you think about it seriously, anyone with teeth needs to see a dentist. We’ll explain why. Continue reading When Should My Child Start Going to the Dentist?
This month, dental professionals are reminding people all over the country that children’s dental health is a vital part of their overall health. We know that children keep parents very busy, and it can be tough to remember all the things. This is your friendly reminder to put a dental visit on the calendar for your children! Continue reading February is National Children’s Dental Health Month
We are committed to providing the best conservative dental care possible. SDF is one of the ways we give you an alternative treatment option. Continue reading How Prosper Family Dentistry Treats Cavities Without Drilling