Dental health is a rarely reported benefit of breastfeeding. Learn the 5 secrets to breastfeeding success from a Board Certified Lactation Consultant.
Need a way to have a healthy halloween without resorting to bland treats? Here are 4 dentist-recommended ways to make your halloween fun and healthier.
Being tongue tied isn’t just a figure of speech. It’s a very real medical condition that can affect oral and facial development. Learn more in this article.
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.
Having two rows of teeth as a child can be very common. But when should you take him or her in to see the dentist?
It’s a situation that’s inevitable for many parents: your child knocks out a tooth. Here are some tips to help you stay calm if you find yourself in this situation.
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.