Children need to see the dentist for regular visits, just like you do. Which means checkups and cleanings, as well as our unique preventive care for kids, help protect little smiles from cavities, gingivitis, and more. In today’s blog, your Austin, MN, dentists will discuss our approach to pediatric dentistry.
Category: Pediatric Dentistry
Kids need routine care to help protect their teeth from cavities and infection, and these regular visits also help instill good oral health habits. In addition, our team also provides unique treatments to help protect little smiles, including fluoride and custom athletic mouthguards. In today’s blog, your Austin, MN, dentists look at children’s dentistry.
Now that summer break is here, you should consider scheduling a visit for your child. With pediatric dentistry, we take a preventive approach to help protect kids from common oral health issues, including cavities and injury. In today’s blog, your Austin, MN, dentists are looking at the preventive treatments we offer for our smallest patients.
The health of your child’s teeth is important for their oral health and their overall health. Small infections in your child’s teeth and gums can end up having ramifications for the rest of their body. That’s why it’s important to help your child keep up with their oral health, and to help them build positive… Read more »
You may have some knowledge of athletic mouthguards because you have seen them in real life or on TV when watching professional athletes compete. However, that doesn’t mean you’ve realized you have access to them for yourself and your children (and that they happen to be extremely important in keeping your oral health safe and… Read more »
When you shift your focus from your own smile to that of your child’s you quickly recognize that your son or daughter’s habits aren’t quite as skillful as your own (not yet, anyway). As a result, you feel curious about what you can do to keep those teeth and gums healthy until your child catches… Read more »
Tooth decay is chronic among children in the United States. One way to avoid decay, which can lead to other oral and systemic problems, is by encouraging a lifetime of diligent oral hygiene in your children, and this is best done by starting them young. You can start getting your newborn used to dental care… Read more »
Did you know that children require the same level of dental care as adults? Like you, they need to see the dentist once every six months for checkups and cleanings. In addition, they may also benefit from preventive measures to help avoid the onset of tooth decay. With the right steps your children can enjoy… Read more »