Did you know that people with straight teeth are perceived as more attractive than individuals with crooked teeth? That’s no surprise; everyone loves a beautiful smile. However, if your teeth are a little misaligned, you might not think that getting braces is worth the money or the time. After all, you look good even without perfect teeth. But well-aligned pearly whites don’t just improve your appearance! They can also give you some significant health benefits. Here are just a few perks that come with having all of your chompers in their proper places:
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December 15, 2017
December 5, 2017
You love all your child’s smiles. You adore the grin of pure joy that comes when your child accomplishes something, and you can’t help but laugh when you see the mischievous little smirk that accompanies your little one’s shenanigans. However, those smiles might suffer if you aren’t diligent about helping your child take care of their oral health. One way you can do so is by making sure that you schedule regular visits to your pediatric dentist for your precious little boy or girl. Here are a few reasons why professional dental care is so vital for youngsters:
August 8, 2017
It’s that time of year when summer vacation is starting to wind down. Much to the dismay of children, and the relief of parents everywhere, the start of school is just around the corner. That means trips to the store for new school clothes, and maybe a new backpack. You will also be filling up your shopping cart with notebooks, pens, pencils, folders, crayons, glue and plenty of other things your child will need for a successful start to the school year.
July 28, 2017
Baby’s primary source of food is through a bottle, nevertheless, when and what you give your baby can affect their dental health. Even though they have baby teeth that will fall out, it is still important to take care of their teeth, to ready them for permanent, adult teeth.
July 1, 2017
Do you know what best methods are to help your child brush their teeth? Depending on their age, they may not be able to clean their teeth for many years. Usually, a child can safely and effectively brush their own teeth when they are around six years of age. Until then, it must be up to the caretaker to make sure their teeth are cleaned daily.