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The Connection Between Oral Health and Overall Health in Children

The Connection Between Oral Health and Overall Health in Children

We emphasize the critical link between oral health and overall well-being in children. The mouth is a gateway to the body, and poor oral hygiene can lead to serious health issues such as cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, respiratory infections, and nutritional deficiencies. Ensuring your child’s dental health through regular brushing, a…

Tips For Managing Your Childs Dental Anxiety

Tips For Managing Your Childs Dental Anxiety

Struggling with your child's dental anxiety? Discover effective tips to ease their fears and ensure a positive dental experience with expert advice from Fort Dental Kids Dentistry and Orthodontics. Learn how early dental visits, positive reinforcement, and child-friendly techniques can help manage anxiety. From choosing a pediatric dentist to practicing…

Why Does My Child Have Bad Breath Even After Brushing?

Why Does My Child Have Bad Breath Even After Brushing?

Is your child's breath still unpleasant even after brushing? At Fort Dental Kids Dentistry and Orthodontics, we know how frustrating persistent bad breath can be for both parents and children. This common issue, known as halitosis, can arise from various factors such as inadequate flossing, dehydration, diet, or even underlying…

Keeping Smiles Bright: Summer Tips for Healthy Eating for Kids

Keeping Smiles Bright: Summer Tips for Healthy Eating for Kids

As summer break approaches, maintaining healthy eating habits for kids becomes crucial. With a break from school routines, it's easy for them to indulge in sugary treats. But fear not! Our blog, in partnership with Fort Dental Kids Dentistry and Orthodontics, provides practical tips to keep your children's nutrition on…

Best Way to Remove a Loose Tooth for Kids

Best Way to Remove a Loose Tooth for Kids

Saying Goodbye to Baby Teeth: A Milestone for Your Child At Fort Dental Kids Dentistry, we understand that losing baby teeth is a significant milestone for both children and parents. As per the American Dental Association (ADA), children typically start losing their baby teeth around the ages of 6 to…

A Parent’s Guide to Braces for their Children

A Parent’s Guide to Braces for their Children

Is it time for your child to consider braces? Dive into our latest blog to uncover everything you need to know! At Fort Dental Kids Dentistry and Orthodontics, we understand the maze of questions surrounding pediatric orthodontics. From the perfect timing to the ideal type of braces, we've got you…

Is It Okay For My Child To Use An Electric Toothbrush?

Is It Okay For My Child To Use An Electric Toothbrush?

At Fort Dental Kids Dentistry and Orthodontics, we're no strangers to parents' questions about electric toothbrushes for children. Let's dive into the FAQs! First up, safety: Learn why electric brushes are A-OK for kids aged 3 and up under the right supervision. Then, the burning question: Should your kids switch…

From Grind to Shine: Managing Teeth Grinding in Kids

From Grind to Shine: Managing Teeth Grinding in Kids

Do you hear a faint sound coming from your child when they are sleeping? Or perhaps you've noticed your little one waking up with headaches more frequently? If you're nodding along, you might be dealing with the phenomenon known as bruxism, or teeth grinding. But fret not, you're not alone…

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