What causes dental cavities in Children? Whenever you have food or drink containing sugar, it reacts with the bacteria in your mouth to produce acid. Dental plaque, a sticky layer
Oral health isn’t separate from overall general health. Often we ignore the part of the body that bears the brunt of neglect and oversight. The mouth and its organs are
Children learn by copying important adults in their lives. This is a natural process by which children learn about the world around them. Your behaviour, expressions and reactions will usually
Is Fluoride good or bad for children? What are the risks and benefits of fluoride? Many parents are confused about fluoride. In this blog post, we will answer these and other questions.
2020, like any other year, brought with it an opportunity for a fresh start and new beginnings – It was after all the start of a new decade! Balancing between
Brushing your babies’ teeth can be quite a stressful ritual. Babies are restless and don’t understand why their mothers would want to force open their mouths and insert an object
Black spots on teeth, caries, decay is a oral manifestation that takes months or even years, and doesn’t happen overnight. While we are often presented with it accidentally when brushing
Hidden sugars. Most of us as parents know that sugars damage the teeth and cause caries, but we still don’t know much about hidden sugars that are lurking in unexpected
Today has begun as just another regular day. The holidays are on, the child has a set of toys he or she is pre-occupied with, you have planned a number
X-rays, also known as radiographs, are an essential part of any dental care treatment plan. They are diagnostic, but they can also be preventative, by helping a dentist diagnose potential oral care issues in a child’s mouth.
As a parent, you’re looking after every aspect of your child. Their food and sleep and movement. Yet what if you suddenly found out your child has black spots on
If you as a parent have had only one thought in your mind and looked after your baby’s teeth because it helps them chew, below are more reasons to spend that much more time with them brushing every morning and night.