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When Can I Let My Kid Brush His Own Teeth?

added on: March 22, 2022
kid brushing teeth

As kids grow up, they will start to do many things on their own such as tie their shoes, dress themselves, and pack their backpacks before school. Of course, you may need to help them the first couple of times, but soon they’ll have a strong sense of independence and… Read More…


5 Ways to Get Your Kids to Brush Their Teeth

added on: January 18, 2022
father brushes teeth with daughter

Getting your kids to take care of their teeth can be hard, especially if they don’t enjoy the process of brushing. Children may brush their teeth because you tell them to, but that doesn’t mean they won’t put up a fight or do it haphazardly when you’re not looking. Your… Read More…


5 Tips to Keep Kids’ Teeth Healthy & Strong

added on: November 11, 2021
kid strength

When you’re raising kids, there are so many things you have to worry about. From their safety to their grades in school, and whether they’re eating healthy foods, it’s easy to forget one of the most important things of all — their oral health. But it’s crucial to keep a… Read More…


4 Things That Affect Your Child’s Oral Health

added on: September 13, 2021
toddler boy

It’s no secret that poor oral health can be bad news for your child’s overall health, as it can increase the risk of cavities, gum disease, and infections. This is why it’s so important to make sure your child takes good care of their teeth and gums and visits their… Read More…


4 Myths About Baby Teeth

added on: July 8, 2021
baby boy

Parents and caregivers have a lot to worry about as their children grow up. After all, things change and develop very quickly as infants turn into toddlers and toddlers turn into preschoolers. Dental care is another one of those things that are constantly changing and needs attention just like everything… Read More…


Do Kids Really Need to Floss?

added on: May 17, 2021
child and mom brushing teeth

It’s not uncommon for patients to ask your pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg; “My child brushed his teeth twice a day every day, so how can flossing actually make that big of a difference?” The truth is, flossing is a crucial part of any home oral hygiene routine and can help… Read More…


Can Allergies Harm Your Kid’s Teeth?

added on: May 11, 2021
young girl sneezing

From brushing habits to sugar intake and how often you visit your pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg, there are a lot of things that can affect your kid’s oral health. But can allergies actually be one of those things that can harm your kid’s teeth and increase his risk for cavities?… Read More…


Early Childhood Dental Issues Every Parent Needs to Be Aware Of

added on: December 11, 2020
toddler exclaims

We do everything we can to make sure our children stay healthy, from encouraging them to eat healthy foods to getting active and, of course, taking good care of their teeth. But did you know that there are some early childhood dental issues that may not seem too concerning on… Read More…


Does Your Child Need to Brush His Tongue?

added on: November 10, 2020
girl sticking out tongue

You will hear your pediatric dentist in Reynoldsburg talk a lot about how important it is for your little one to brush and floss his teeth every day to protect them against cavities. But did you know that he should also brush his tongue, as well as his teeth? The… Read More…


What’s the Best Milk for Teeth?

added on: August 17, 2020
glass of milk - Buckeye Pediatric Dentistry in Reynoldsburg

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…


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