17 Results for tag: oral health
The toothbrush is a small but mighty tool in the quest for excellent oral health
! There are two basic types of toothbrushes, manual and electric, and both will do a good job of cleaning your teeth. However, an electric spinbrush may be more beneficial for your child.
Benefits of an Electric Spinbrush
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We made a list of fun, educational resources at Jenkins and LeBlanc to help your child understand the importance of oral health
for their developing teeth. More
Drinking water is essential for growing your child's healthy smile. Not only does it help keep your child's mouth clean, but it keeps them hydrated and improves their oral health
, too. Here are helpful tips from the board certified pediatric dentists at Jenkins and LeBlanc to encourage your child to drink more water. More
Does your child have a tendency to suck on their thumbs, fingers, and pacifiers? No worries parents! For many children, this behavior is completely normal. Often, children do this as a source of relaxation and comfort. However, if your child continues to suck on their fingers or thumbs beyond the eruption of their permanent teeth, dental problems may arise. More
At Jenkins & LeBlanc, our board certified pediatric dentists are experts in the dental health needs of children and adolescents.
Here are some of the stories parents have shared with us about the positive experiences their children have had at our offices. More
Growing Healthy Smiles
As your children grow, they will need your help to build good oral hygiene habits. Here are some tips from the board certified pediatric dentists at Jenkins & LeBlanc on how to help with your child's oral care routine in the early years.Contact your nearest Jenkins & LeBlanc office with ... More
Prevent Oral Injuries with a Mouth Guard
Sports are more popular than ever, and since school has started, that means it’s time for fall sports! Along with after school practices and making sure the uniforms are clean for game day, parents have another important task: deciding if their child needs a mouth guard.... More
Teaching your children about the importance of good dental hygiene is the first step in helping them develop healthy oral care habits that will last a lifetime. Here are a few tips to start your kids learning how to take care of their smile.Contact your nearest Jenkins & LeBlanc office with any questions, or call to ... More
You may have asked yourself that very question:
We understand you may have a dentist that you and your adult family members go to for your dental health needs, but young children benefit greatly from a pediatric dental specialist. Here’s why:
Pediatric dentists have extensive experience with the best ... More
Losing baby teeth is a natural part of every kid’s childhood. Whether your child has just wiggled his or her first baby tooth out or had a permanent tooth knocked out during a game of dodge ball, we have answers to your questions and are here to help with your emergencies.
What do I do when…my child loses a baby tooth?
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