Why It’s Important For Kids To Brush Their Teeth Before Bed

2020-01-15T02:32:45+00:00January 15th, 2020|Categories: Tips|Tags: , , , |

Raising a child can be very demanding; you need to constantly pay attention to what they eat, how they learn and how they behave. With so much to do throughout the day, it can be easy for you to forget about your kid's bedtime oral health routine. Children also tend to be distracted, and can easily forget to brush their teeth or opt out of doing so if there is no adult to supervise them. As a parent, therefore, it is your duty to ensure that your kid brushes their teeth after dinner, just before they go to bed. Here are some of the reasons why you should ensure your [...]

Should You Teach Children To Use Mouthwash?

2019-12-09T04:20:55+00:00December 9th, 2019|Categories: Tips|Tags: , , |

A mouthwash is a dental care product that helps in dealing with plaque, germs, bad breath and dental conditions such as gingivitis and halitosis.  Despite all these benefits, one question remains. Is mouthwash ideal for children? Well, it all comes down to good dental care. Most parents give their children mouthwash as a way of dealing with bad breath and conditions such as halitosis. However, experts suggest that this might not be the right step. Here are a few factors to consider before teaching your child to use mouthwash. Are they brushing their teeth appropriately? Most children tend to brush their front teeth only. However, to achieve proper dental care, [...]

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 [...]

Why Flossing Is Important When You’re Wearing Braces

2019-03-13T05:32:30+00:00March 13th, 2019|Categories: Tips|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Braces are a great way to align a smile and make it more beautiful and healthy than it was before. They are a practical option when it comes to such things as correcting overbites, underbites, jaw position, crooked/crowded teeth, and more. While braces provide all of these benefits, it also has drawbacks. If you've ever had braces then you know that brushing and particularly flossing with braces can be a challenge. The difficulty may even discourage you or make you frustrated because caring for your gums and teeth is more complex and demands more than ever before. While brushing and flossing can take more effort and time when you have [...]