Oral Health Care   •   May 25, 2018

Make Flossing an Essential Part Of Your Child’s Life to Prevent Oral Problems

Flossing on a regular basis can do wonders to your little one’s teeth. A child will not understand the basic rules of maintaining a good dental hygiene until and unless you teach them about it. You may feel that flossing is only necessary after a certain age, but it is equally important for children. Kids […]

Joyful Smiles, Tooth Decay   •   April 30, 2018

Incorporate Good Oral Habits in Your Child and Stop Tooth Decay from Occurring

A child will follow whatever people around him/her would do, especially, the parents. Likewise, your good dental habits somehow influence them. It is quite essential to teach your kids how to maintain a great oral health right from an early age. This way, they won’t face complications later in life. Tooth decay is one of […]

Tooth Decay   •   April 4, 2018

Tooth Decay, A Common Issue in Children, Know its Causes and Prevention

Tooth Decay makes a person go through an excessive amount of distress, thus, imagine how difficult it would be for a child to cope up with the condition. A jovial environment is what a child deserves but the state of happiness might alter due to poor dental health. There are certain facts associated with tooth […]

Joyful Smiles, Oral Health Care   •   March 9, 2018

5 Substitutes of Sugar for Your Child Which are Equally Delectable

Every child has a sweet tooth and some cannot even pass their days without having chocolates. The more your kid gorges on sugary food items, the more you start worrying about their teeth. But would it be justified if you try to eliminate your child’s sweet tooth? There are quite a lot of alternatives of sugar which […]

Tooth Decay   •   October 23, 2017

Facts About Tooth Decay

Dental caries also known as tooth decay is the single most common chronic childhood disease; it is five times more common than asthma and seven times more common than hay fever.  Dental caries is the most prevalent unmet dental need. Although we have progressed in preventative care, the amount of tooth decay seen in children […]