How to Brush Your Child’s Teeth

Does your child like playing with army guys? Your same child might not enjoy brushing his or her teeth, and yet children’s mouths are war zones. They are constantly exposed to environmental toxins from food, beverages, kisses and even the air. Have you thought to teach them that brushing and flossing their teeth is like fighting the bad guys in... read more »

How to Know When to Pull Your Child’s Tooth

You may know that losing a tooth is something every child should eventually go through. In general, children usually lose their first tooth when they turn six years old. However, do you ever wonder if you may need to pull your child’s tooth? If possible, it’s better to let the tooth fall out naturally. Once their tooth becomes loose, we... read more »

How to Keep a Strong and Healthy Smile as a Teenager

Maintaining a high self-esteem can be tough as a teenager, especially when you have an unattractive smile. However, there are things you can do to boost your self-esteem and achieve the stunning and healthy smile you deserve. Those things are: -Keep up on oral hygiene: Oral hygiene is vital for your oral health. So, please remember to brush your teeth... read more »

Helping Your Kids with Gum Disease

You may know that gum disease is a serious problem that can lead to more serious issues. While this is true, would you be surprised to learn that some of the things you’ve heard about gum disease may not be completely accurate? This is especially true when it comes to children, who are actually as vulnerable to gum disease as... read more »

The Dental Issues to Avoid While Swimming

You may not know this, but your smile could be in danger while you're at the swimming pool. It's true! There are several problems that could occur while you're enjoying yourself in the water. Whether you are swimming in a school gym or at your local recreation center there are things you can do to protect your smile while in... read more »

Safe and Effective Oral Health Care for Kids

A wonderful new year is upon us once more, and we look forward to making smiles bright all year long. If your child is in need of an oral exam or professional cleaning, our superstar team at Price Pediatric Dentistry is here to meet their needs. Whether your child is teething, has lost another tooth, or needs a cavity filled,... read more »

Choosing the Right Toothbrush for Your Child

Do you know what you would do while you’re standing in the store choosing a toothbrush for your child? Did you know that your little one’s toothbrush can actually have a major impact on their oral health? How do you choose the right brush for your child? The first thing you should consider is the firmness of a brush’s bristles.... read more »

What Causes Tooth Decay in Kids?

Did you know that your children are actually vulnerable to tooth decay? Fortunately, there are a few things you can consider doing to prevent tooth decay. There are also a few things you could unintentionally be doing that may leave your child more prone to tooth decay. One thing you’ll need to do is help your child brush when they’re... read more »

Let the Tooth Fairy Help Your Child Smile

As parents, we welcome helpers to motivate our children. Even mythological helpers can help make the job of parenting more fun and in the case of the Tooth Fair, productive. Along with Santa and the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairly has been putting smiles on children's faces for decades. In the case of The Tooth Fairy, however, visits come throughout... read more »

Your Baby Bottle May Be Harming Your Baby

Did you know that a baby bottle can be harmful to your child’s teeth? Beyond the shifting movement of teeth that may be caused, falling asleep with the bottle in their mouths can lead to what is commonly referred to as baby bottle tooth decay. Baby bottle tooth decay can happen for a variety of reasons, but it is preventable.... read more »