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Nutrition and Oral Health: Good and Bad Food for Teeth

added on: May 17, 2024
Young girl holding an apple with a heart shape cut into it.

Making the best choice for your children is always a priority as a parent, but its hard to know what’s most important for their oral health. While regular brushing and flossing are major factors, the food your child consumes also significantly impacts their dental health. In this blog, we will explore the idea of good… Read More


added on: May 13, 2024
Toddler girl sitting on the floor with a pacifier.

As parents, we often find ourselves with conflicting advice concerning our children’s habits and behaviors. One of the many debates revolves around thumb sucking and pacifiers. Are these innocent habits harmless, or should parents be worried about potential long-term effects on their child’s oral health? Let’s explore the facts behind the myths.   The Comfort… Read More


added on: April 18, 2024
speech therapist working on child speech development in a one-on-one session

Child speech development is a complex process that covers various aspects of language acquisition, articulation, and oral motor skills. What may not be immediately apparent is the connection between speech development and oral health. The relationship between the two is significant and can have long-lasting implications for a child’s overall well-being. In this blog, we’ll… Read More

Posted In: Oral Health

added on: March 13, 2024
young boy smiling and holding his tooth that has just fallen out

In the journey of parenting, you are met with plenty of milestones, like your baby’s first step, first words, and first teeth. But just like getting new teeth, your little one will lose them. In this blog we will discuss when your child’s first teeth come out, what to do, and how to plan their… Read More


added on: January 29, 2024
Young boy excitedly looking at dentist during an appointment.

The journey to good oral health can never start too early.  One of the first steps on this journey is to have regular dental check-ups, but why? What would happen if your child were to go to the dentist regularly? In this blog, we will explore the importance of routine dental visits for your child… Read More


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