February is Children’s Dental Health Month, a great time to talk about why taking care of your kids’ oral health is so important. As a registered dental hygienist, I spend much of my day educating parents about how to maintain their child’s teeth and gums so children can be healthy and pain-free.
Somehow, dental care for babies and toddlers often gets skipped in parenting classes. This allows people to believe the myths that because baby teeth are temporary they don’t matter, and that kids don’t need to see a dentist until they have a full set of teeth or worse, until they experience pain. Not true! Read More >>