Kids Dentist, Oral Health Care   •   December 29, 2020

Things to know before choosing a mouthwash for your kid

As a professional pediatric dental service provider, we often come across questions from parents about what oral health products are best for their kids. It is due to this reason that we decided to post a blog that will cover all information about things to know before choosing a mouthwash for kids. Therefore, if you […]

Oral Health Care   •   September 17, 2020

How to choose toothpaste & toothbrush for kids?

Choosing proper toothbrush and toothpaste is a very important step if you want to maintain the oral health of your child. Selecting these items might feel like a task to do with so many items in the market. The confusion mostly occurs for speech rs due to the lack of knowledge regarding the particular topic. […]

Kids Dentist, Oral Health Care, Thumb Sucking   •   September 10, 2020

Thumb Sucking: Is it Good or Bad for Your Child?

Raising a young child brings many different aspects. Small children seem to learn how to get past all your best child-proofing strategies, outgrow their clothes every other month, and when is it time to try potty-training? As a specialized pediatric dental practice, Joyful Smiles can’t help you out with problems like those, but we’ve got your […]

Kids Dentist, Oral Health Care   •   August 26, 2020

3 Reasons Why You Should Visit A Pediatric Dentist

Every child is fond of fizzy drinks and all sorts of candies and chocolates. Not only kids, but even adults love eating their favorite candies and drinking cola. But, when it comes to kids, they are not aware of the damage the excessive consumption of colas and candies can cause to their oral health. The […]

Kids Dentist, Oral Health Care   •   August 7, 2020

Why Should You Give Space To Your Kid’s Permanent Teeth?

Not all parents are aware of the importance a child’s baby teeth are for his or her dental health in the future. By design, our baby teeth serve as guides for the permanent teeth, to help them grow properly. For people whose baby teeth erupted early, their surrounding teeth shift into the adjacent space not […]