If your child has a tendency to breathe through their mouth as opposed to their nose or has difficulty making certain sounds, they may have an orofacial myofunctional disorder. Oro
Did you know that 1 in every 5 children between the ages of 5 and 11 have an untreated cavity? Or that as much as 30% of children will develop...
Our little ones don’t stay little forever. In fact, they grow up much quicker than we would like. And one of the first signs that our babies are sprouting up...
As parents, there are few things more difficult than knowing that our children are experiencing pain or discomfort. When they stub their toe, we kiss it better. When they get...
When women are exploring their birth control options, they’ll often create lists of pros and cons. At the very least, they’ll weigh the effectiveness of various types of birth
Kids are cute—and they’re dirty. Don’t get us wrong. No one loves kids more than pediatric dentists—we get to work on their heartwarming smiles every day. It’s one of the
Why Your Baby Puts Everything in Their Mouth
Adults—concerned parents in particular—often find themselves asking, “Why do babies put everything in their mouth?” It seems like anything they can get their little hands o
There’s a question that keeps every good dental and oral health professional up at night: Why do some people fear visiting the dentist? Is it that the chair isn’t comfortable e
How to Properly Clean Your Baby’s Gums
Is there anything cuter or more endearing than your baby’s toothless, gummy smile? Maybe there’s a cat video out there that comes close. Or one of those adorable puppies with..
They grow up so fast, don’t they? One minute, they’re all goo-goo-gaga and gums and the next thing you know, they’re driving themselves off to university and complaining abou