National Children’s Dental Health Month is celebrated in the United States each February. However, even though the month is almost over, it is always important to be thinking about your child’s dental health, as dental health and development is a central part of their overall health and development. In today’s blog, your Richfield, MN, family… Read more »
Category: Children’s Dentistry
We know that dental health and hygiene is not just a concern for adults, but for children, too. Even if your child is practicing good oral hygiene, attending regularly scheduled checkups is still important. Today, your Richfield, MN,dentist will explain the importance of kids’ checkups, and how you can set a good example for them!… Read more »
Your Richfield, MN, dentist offers care for people of all ages, and that includes children. In addition to checkups, cleanings, and fillings, we also have preventive treatments meant to help safeguard teeth against the onset of tooth decay. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at the benefits of dental sealants.
In just a few days, children in our community will be hitting the streets, going door-to-door in costume to pick up treats and candy. While we love this holiday as much as anyone, we also know that too much sugar could mean a painful cavity. In today’s blog, your Richfield, MN, dentist will be offering… Read more »
While checkups and cleaning are crucial for protecting smiles of all ages from tooth decay, they aren’t the only option your Richfield, MN, dentist offers. In today’s blog, we would like to explain how fluoride treatments and dental sealants keep dental cavities from forming and protect the health and beauty of little smiles.
A checkup and dental cleaning before school starts can help little ones enjoy healthy and bright smiles. After all, once the school year starts finding time to see us without missing classes or extracurricular activities can become difficult. In today’s blog, your Richfield, MN, dentist discusses the importance of caring for little smiles!
From poor oral hygiene to a diet high in sugary foods and drinks, a number of factors can lead to childhood cavities. For some, these cavities could mean eventual infections or even premature loss of baby teeth, a major cause of misalignment. How do you protect little smiles from tooth decay, and when should parents… Read more »