How to Treat Teeth Grinding in Kids

2020-02-13T01:41:01+00:00February 13th, 2020|Categories: Dental, Tips|Tags: , , , |

Teeth grinding, also known as sleep bruxism, is a disorder that is quite common among kids. It is estimated that 3 in 10 children involuntary clench and gnash their teeth while sleeping.  Even though teeth grinding might not be harmful at first, the long-term effects of the condition could be devastating to the dental health of your child. Some of the most noticeable effects include cracked or broken teeth, thinning of enamel, enlarged jaw muscles, wear and tear on the teeth, and tooth loss. The good news is that you can help your child to overcome teeth grinding issues. Here are a few tips on how to go about it. [...]

What Every Parent Needs To Know About Permanent Teeth

2019-11-10T00:11:06+00:00November 10th, 2019|Categories: Dental, Tips|Tags: , , , , , , |

Missing front teeth in kids is somewhat cute, more so if you're a parent. The two front teeth coming off is a huge milestone among kids, as it signifies the end of the milk teeth stage. After that comes one more round of teething before the child gets a mouthful of permanent teeth that will now (hopefully) last for a lifetime. If you're a first-time parent, or not well versed in matters permanent teeth, this blog post is here to help you out.   Various Types of Teeth  Basically, children start getting primary teeth, commonly known as baby teeth, from the age of 6 months. By the age of 2 [...]