February is National Children’s Dental Health Month

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month. The goal of this annual celebration, sponsored by the American Dental Association (ADA), is to raise awareness about the importance of kids’ oral health.

We all know how important it is take good care of our children’s teeth, and teach them how to keep their smiles healthy, strong and beautiful. We also know that it can be a battle to convince a toddler to brush their teeth for the recommended two minutes. Sometimes we even wonder whether it’s worth all the fuss to care for teeth that will soon fall out and be replaced with a permanent set. But those baby teeth are just as important as permanent teeth. Not only do they help kids chew and speak, they are placeholders for permanent teeth. If kids lose their teeth prematurely, their permanent teeth can come in crooked or otherwise compromised. Kids who have cavities in their baby teeth will almost certainly have decay in their permanent teeth.
Here are some tips and tricks to help encourage routine oral health practices, and help you keep you and your little ones smiling through it all.
• Our office is kid-friendly. We understand that a new experience is fun and scary so we encourage our little patient’s caretakers to stay positive about coming to see us. We help you out with this by having a fantastic team who involve the kids with hands-on learning activities. Our goal is to help each child develop beliefs, skills, and behaviors to support a lifetime of health.
• We’re here for you, both of you. During the appointment, we’ll do a dental exam to look for any signs of tooth decay, and check your child’s bite, gums and other parts of the mouth. We are also open to any questions you may have about how to care for your child’s teeth and gums.
• Don’t skip dental appointments. Regular visits help protect against issues that could cause pain and create a fear of the dentist. Visit the dentist once every six months, even if there’s no issue.
• The more they know the better. Children’s characters take trips to the dentist too! Find a book that features a dentist visit to help your little one understand what their own adventure could be like. Also take them along with you for your annual checkup.
• As kids realize that taking care of their teeth makes them look and feel good, they may actually start looking forward to visiting the dentist!
Here are some tips and tricks to help encourage routine oral health practices, and help you keep you and your little ones smiling through it all.
• Our office is kid-friendly. We understand that a new experience is fun and scary so we encourage our little patient’s caretakers to stay positive about coming to see us. We help you out with this by having a fantastic team who involve the kids with hands-on learning activities. Our goal is to help each child develop beliefs, skills, and behaviors to support a lifetime of health.
• We’re here for you, both of you. During the appointment, we’ll do a dental exam to look for any signs of tooth decay, and check your child’s bite, gums and other parts of the mouth. We are also open to any questions you may have about how to care for your child’s teeth and gums.
• Don’t skip dental appointments. Regular visits help protect against issues that could cause pain and create a fear of the dentist. Visit the dentist once every six months, even if there’s no issue.
• The more they know the better. Children’s characters take trips to the dentist too! Find a book that features a dentist visit to help your little one understand what their own adventure could be like. Also take them along with you for your annual checkup.
• As kids realize that taking care of their teeth makes them look and feel good, they may actually start looking forward to visiting the dentist!
Here are some tips and tricks to help encourage routine oral health practices, and help you keep you and your little ones smiling through it all.
• Our office is kid-friendly. We understand that a new experience is fun and scary so we encourage our little patient’s caretakers to stay positive about coming to see us. We help you out with this by having a fantastic team who involve the kids with hands-on learning activities. Our goal is to help each child develop beliefs, skills, and behaviors to support a lifetime of health.
• We’re here for you, both of you. During the appointment, we’ll do a dental exam to look for any signs of tooth decay, and check your child’s bite, gums and other parts of the mouth. We are also open to any questions you may have about how to care for your child’s teeth and gums.
• Don’t skip dental appointments. Regular visits help protect against issues that could cause pain and create a fear of the dentist. Visit the dentist once every six months, even if there’s no issue.
• The more they know the better. Children’s characters take trips to the dentist too! Find a book that features a dentist visit to help your little one understand what their own adventure could be like. Also take them along with you for your annual checkup.
• As kids realize that taking care of their teeth makes them look and feel good, they may actually start looking forward to visiting the dentist!
Here are some tips and tricks to help encourage routine oral health practices, and help you keep you and your little ones smiling through it all.
• Our office is kid-friendly. We understand that a new experience is fun and scary so we encourage our little patient’s caretakers to stay positive about coming to see us. We help you out with this by having a fantastic team who involve the kids with hands-on learning activities. Our goal is to help each child develop beliefs, skills, and behaviors to support a lifetime of health.
• We’re here for you, both of you. During the appointment, we’ll do a dental exam to look for any signs of tooth decay, and check your child’s bite, gums and other parts of the mouth. We are also open to any questions you may have about how to care for your child’s teeth and gums.
• Don’t skip dental appointments. Regular visits help protect against issues that could cause pain and create a fear of the dentist. Visit the dentist once every six months, even if there’s no issue.
• The more they know the better. Children’s characters take trips to the dentist too! Find a book that features a dentist visit to help your little one understand what their own adventure could be like. Also take them along with you for your annual checkup.
• As kids realize that taking care of their teeth makes them look and feel good, they may actually start looking forward to visiting the dentist!
Here are some tips and tricks to help encourage routine oral health practices, and help you keep you and your little ones smiling through it all.
• Our office is kid-friendly. We understand that a new experience is fun and scary so we encourage our little patient’s caretakers to stay positive about coming to see us. We help you out with this by having a fantastic team who involve the kids with hands-on learning activities. Our goal is to help each child develop beliefs, skills, and behaviors to support a lifetime of health.
• We’re here for you, both of you. During the appointment, we’ll do a dental exam to look for any signs of tooth decay, and check your child’s bite, gums and other parts of the mouth. We are also open to any questions you may have about how to care for your child’s teeth and gums.
• Don’t skip dental appointments. Regular visits help protect against issues that could cause pain and create a fear of the dentist. Visit the dentist once every six months, even if there’s no issue.
• The more they know the better. Children’s characters take trips to the dentist too! Find a book that features a dentist visit to help your little one understand what their own adventure could be like. Also take them along with you for your annual checkup.
• As kids realize that taking care of their teeth makes them look and feel good, they may actually start looking forward to visiting the dentist!
Here are some tips and tricks to help encourage routine oral health practices, and help you keep you and your little ones smiling through it all.
• Our office is kid-friendly. We understand that a new experience is fun and scary so we encourage our little patient’s caretakers to stay positive about coming to see us. We help you out with this by having a fantastic team who involve the kids with hands-on learning activities. Our goal is to help each child develop beliefs, skills, and behaviors to support a lifetime of health.
• We’re here for you, both of you. During the appointment, we’ll do a dental exam to look for any signs of tooth decay, and check your child’s bite, gums and other parts of the mouth. We are also open to any questions you may have about how to care for your child’s teeth and gums.
• Don’t skip dental appointments. Regular visits help protect against issues that could cause pain and create a fear of the dentist. Visit the dentist once every six months, even if there’s no issue.
• The more they know the better. Children’s characters take trips to the dentist too! Find a book that features a dentist visit to help your little one understand what their own adventure could be like. Also take them along with you for your annual checkup.
• As kids realize that taking care of their teeth makes them look and feel good, they may actually start looking forward to visiting the dentist!
Here are some tips and tricks to help encourage routine oral health practices, and help you keep you and your little ones smiling through it all.
• Our office is kid-friendly. We understand that a new experience is fun and scary so we encourage our little patient’s caretakers to stay positive about coming to see us. We help you out with this by having a fantastic team who involve the kids with hands-on learning activities. Our goal is to help each child develop beliefs, skills, and behaviors to support a lifetime of health.
• We’re here for you, both of you. During the appointment, we’ll do a dental exam to look for any signs of tooth decay, and check your child’s bite, gums and other parts of the mouth. We are also open to any questions you may have about how to care for your child’s teeth and gums.
• Don’t skip dental appointments. Regular visits help protect against issues that could cause pain and create a fear of the dentist. Visit the dentist once every six months, even if there’s no issue.
• The more they know the better. Children’s characters take trips to the dentist too! Find a book that features a dentist visit to help your little one understand what their own adventure could be like. Also take them along with you for your annual checkup.
• As kids realize that taking care of their teeth makes them look and feel good, they may actually start looking forward to visiting the dentist!
Here are some tips and tricks to help encourage routine oral health practices, and help you keep you and your little ones smiling through it all.
• Our office is kid-friendly. We understand that a new experience is fun and scary so we encourage our little patient’s caretakers to stay positive about coming to see us. We help you out with this by having a fantastic team who involve the kids with hands-on learning activities. Our goal is to help each child develop beliefs, skills, and behaviors to support a lifetime of health.
• We’re here for you, both of you. During the appointment, we’ll do a dental exam to look for any signs of tooth decay, and check your child’s bite, gums and other parts of the mouth. We are also open to any questions you may have about how to care for your child’s teeth and gums.
• Don’t skip dental appointments. Regular visits help protect against issues that could cause pain and create a fear of the dentist. Visit the dentist once every six months, even if there’s no issue.
• The more they know the better. Children’s characters take trips to the dentist too! Find a book that features a dentist visit to help your little one understand what their own adventure could be like. Also take them along with you for your annual checkup.e are some tips and tricks to help encourage routine oral health practices, and help you keep you and your little ones smiling through it all.
• Our office is kid-friendly. We understand that a new experience is fun and scary so we encourage our little patient’s caretakers to stay positive about coming to see us. We help you out with this by having a fantastic team who involve the kids with hands-on learning activities. Our goal is to help each child develop beliefs, skills, and behaviors to support a lifetime of health.
• We’re here for you, both of you. During the appointment, we’ll do a dental exam to look for any signs of tooth decay, and check your child’s bite, gums and other parts of the mouth. We are also open to any questions you may have about how to care for your child’s teeth and gums.
• Don’t skip dental appointments. Regular visits help protect against issues that could cause pain and create a fear of the dentist. Visit the dentist once every six months, even if there’s no issue.
• The more they know the better. Children’s characters take trips to the dentist too! Find a book that features a dentist visit to help your little one understand what their own adventure could be like. Also take them along with you for your annual checkup.
• As kids realize that taking care of their teeth makes them look and feel good, they may actually start looking forward to visiting the dentist!
Here are some tips and tricks to help encourage routine oral health practices, and help you keep you and your little ones smiling through it all.
• Our office is kid-friendly. We understand that a new experience is fun and scary so we encourage our little patient’s caretakers to stay positive about coming to see us. We help you out with this by having a fantastic team who involve the kids with hands-on learning activities. Our goal is to help each child develop beliefs, skills, and behaviors to support a lifetime of health.
• We’re here for you, both of you. During the appointment, we’ll do a dental exam to look for any signs of tooth decay, and check your child’s bite, gums and other parts of the mouth. We are also open to any questions you may have about how to care for your child’s teeth and gums.
• Don’t skip dental appointments. Regular visits help protect against issues that could cause pain and create a fear of the dentist. Visit the dentist once every six months, even if there’s no issue.
• The more they know the better. Children’s characters take trips to the dentist too! Find a book that features a dentist visit to help your little one understand what their own adventure could be like. Also take them along with you for your annual checkup.
• As kids realize that taking care of their teeth makes them look and feel good, they may actually start looking forward to visiting the dentist!
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