Healthy Sleep Schedules For Children Of All Ages

Healthy Sleep Schedules For Children

There is no denying that sleep is important for the health and development of children of any age. Sleep is beneficial for various aspects of a child’s well being including their heart health, growth, weight, immune system, attention span, and it even helps them to learn.   Depending on their age, children need different amounts …

How To Prevent And Fix Buck Teeth, Overbite, & Negative Effects From Thumb Sucking

Thumb Sucking

Thumb sucking is one of the most common ways for a baby or toddler to self soothe, but it can also be one of the most difficult habits for a young child to break. As children get older, thumb sucking can have negative effects on their mouths and even cause damage to their teeth. What …

Importance Of Parents Helping With Their Child’s Dental Hygiene

Extractions

As a parent, you can play a vital role in helping your child develop good habits for dental hygiene that will follow them into adulthood. Good oral health can impact the overall health of any person, making it extremely important to help children establish a good foundation in maintaining their dental hygiene. Why A Child’s …

4 Common Reasons for Bleeding Gums In Children

Children Dentist

Bleeding gums in children is something that should quickly get treated; neglecting it can cause the condition to deteriorate, eventually resulting in a far worse condition. Bleeding gums can be the result of different reasons some very serious requiring immediate treatment, while others could be avoided by better educating children as to why bleeding gums …

5 Signs Your Baby Is Teething (And Needs To See A Dentist Soon)

Child Dental Care

Teething can be difficult, for both you and your baby. For many parents, waiting for their sweet little one to cut a tooth is filled with sleepless nights and tears. In addition to the attempts to manage any teething symptoms, parents might also find themselves worrying if the symptoms are normal, if something is wrong …

New AAP Guidelines: No Fruit Juice Before Age 1 to Improve Child Dental Care

Child Dental Care

Although fruit juice was once recommended by pediatricians for healthy infants and children, new guidelines released by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) have recently been established that recommend severe restrictions for children of all ages. Recommendations for Infants The AAP recommends that infants consume only human milk or prepared formula from birth until 6 …