Question: Is it appropriate for a dentist to do routine panoramic x-rays on kids based only on their age or stage of dental development (that is, no specific questions or cause for concern)?
In this Let’s Talk Kids’ Health Q&A with Dr. Greene, we discussed the microbiome, the best age for a first dental visit, fluoride, and more.
Raising healthy kids doesn’t have to mean being the bad guy or banning birthday cake. Nutritionist Romilly Hodges shows us what really works.
How to know what’s normal and what’s not — and when to see the dentist.
Saliva is actually much better than milk for storing a tooth that’s been knocked out. Here’s everything you need to know for a knocked out tooth.
Two main things that changed with the modern lifestyle could be to blame for much of our modern oral health problems.
If you’re sick of the struggle of getting your kids to brush before bedtime, this one tip is here to the rescue.
This is my favorite tip from a reader for what to hand out to trick-or-treaters. It’s refreshing, delicious, healthy, and protects the teeth during all that candy consumption!
Because sippy cups prevent spills, they’re often seen as a great solution for toddlers learning how to drink, but the long term damage they do just isn’t worth the convenience.
Brushing can be a confusing and scary experience for a mentally impaired child. Here’s how to brush your child’s teeth in a way that’s effective and makes them feel safe and comfortable.