What’s the Best Milk for Teeth?

added on: August 17, 2020
glass of milk

When you’re choosing the right milk for your family, you certainly have a lot of options to pick from these days. From milk made from almonds to milk made from coconuts, and from soy milk to cow’s milk, the dairy aisle is packed with so many different varieties of milk,… Read More…


Are Sports Drink Damaging Your Kid’s Teeth?

added on: June 22, 2020
teens drinking sports drinks

When we think of drinks that are terrible for kids’ smiles, we automatically turn to soda. While these sugary, carbonated beverages are absolutely bad for growing teeth (and adult teeth, too!), there’s another type of drink that’s just as concerning to your pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg. Today, we’re talking about… Read More…


Children’s Dental Health Month

added on: February 10, 2020
Children's Dental Health Month

It’s officially one of our favorite months — National Children’s Dental Health Month! Every February, the American Dental Association promotes children’s dental health all month long, which is certainly something your pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg can get behind. Each year has a different theme surrounding the observance. This year’s theme… Read More…


How Can Thumb Sucking Affect My Child’s Teeth?

added on: December 20, 2019
baby sucking thumb

Many kids suck their thumbs, and it’s an incredibly common habit. After all, it can help kids self-soothe and feel safe and comfortable. But your pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg wants all parents to know that there are some risks that go along with thumb sucking. What Are The Risks of… Read More…


Toothbrush Care Dos & Don’ts

added on: December 16, 2019
toothbrushes

No matter what type of toothbrush your little one uses, it’s important that you know the best way to take care of it. The truth is, your pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg will tell you that there are “rules” to proper toothbrush care. To make sure your child’s toothbrush lasts as… Read More…


How The Great American Smokeout Can Help Children Stay Healthy

added on: November 22, 2019
cigs

The Great American Smokeout is hosted on the third Thursday of every November, and while its purpose is to help smokers set a day to work towards a smoke-free life, quitting smoking can not only help you get healthier, it can protect your children’s health, too. The truth is, those… Read More…


Top Tips To Keep Kids Healthy This Flu Season

added on: November 7, 2019
family in bed with sick kids

It’s that time of the year again when the sounds of sneezes and sniffles, and coughs and congestion, are in the air. That’s right, it’s flu season, which can be a concerning time for any parent. At our pediatric dental office in Reynoldsburg, we want you to know that your… Read More…


Boom! Halloween Candies That Do Battle With Our Teeth

added on: October 21, 2019
bowl of chocolates

We know this time of year is filled with candy. Everywhere go you, every store you know has aisles of sweets and treats that are enough to tempt even the most nonexistent sweet tooth. Imagine what it’s like for little ones? They see bags and bags of sugary sweets, all… Read More…


5 Foods You Shouldn’t Eat With Braces

added on: June 6, 2019
girl with metal braces holding strawberries

Millions of Americans have braces to help straighten their smiles. The majority of these orthodontic patients are kids or teens. At our pediatric dental office in Reynoldsburg, we know just how important braces can be for developing smiles. In fact, properly aligned teeth can help with speech, reduce the risk… Read More…


Fun Facts About the Tooth Fairy

added on: April 16, 2019
tooth fairy

One of the most exciting events in a kid’s early years is losing their first tooth. The anticipation of a visit from the Tooth Fairy just makes the milestone even more thrilling for young kids. But who is this magical fairy? How old is she? How much money does a… Read More…


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