Teaching Your Children About the Dentist
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Teaching Your Children About the Dentist

I work as a clerical assistant in a pediatric dental office, and I am commonly surprised by the number of children who are scared of the dentist. Many kids think that cleanings will be painful, and they believe they will be scolded for eating sugary foods. Children are also extremely frightful of the noises made by the water spraying tools and the suction devices. As adults, we know that dental cleanings are easy and free of pain. We need to impart this knowledge to our children so they know not to fear the dentist. I have provided blogs that will help you speak with your child about dental care. Good communication, trips to your own dentist, and online videos can assist you. So will good brushing techniques that will make your child proud to see the dentist. Enjoy my articles so you can help your child build oral care confidence.


Teaching Your Children About the Dentist

  • An Overview Of Two Common Forms Of Dental Implants

    25 February 2015

    Dental implants come in various forms. For example, there are some that target the lower jaw while others can only be used on you if you have adequate bone density. Here is an overview of two popular forms of dental density: Root Form Also called endosteal or endosseous implants, these are screw-like (they can also be conical or nail-like) artificial materials that are inserted into your jawbone. Root forms come in different sizes, and your dentist will choose the most appropriate for your case depending on the existing bone density, as well as the type of crown you expect to use afterwards.

  • Tips To Give Your Child The Best Dental Care

    13 February 2015

    Though they are very young in life, statistics show that some 16 percent of kids ages 6 to 19 suffer from cavities. Because of this, you need to make sure that you are doing your part as a parent to help your child develop good dental habits and practices. There are some very beneficial and specific things that you can do to make sure that your child is on the path to positive dental care, which will help them carry these habits throughout the rest of their lives.

  • The Low-Down On Gum Disease

    31 January 2015

    More than half of patients seen in dentist offices across the country are diagnosed with gum disease; others that don't routinely see a dental provider may likely exhibit signs of this condition. Gum disease is no laughing matter. Although the symptoms may seem benign, gum disease can exacerbate and result in some deadly medical conditions. Some of the signs and symptoms of gum disease include: Bad breath. Anyone can experience bouts of bad breath, but when tartar builds up along your gum line in the mouth, you can notice chronic issues regarding your breath.

  • Are You Wise Enough To Know If Your Wisdom Teeth Have To Go?

    16 January 2015

    You may only hear about wisdom teeth when people talk about having them surgically removed – but is this a necessary procedure for everyone? A qualified professional, like Cherry Creek Oral Surgery & Dental Implants, is the only one who can definitively determine whether your wisdom teeth have to go; but, you may find it helpful to learn about the situations that typically require removal. If Wisdom Teeth Are Visible When your wisdom teeth are visible because they've broken through the gums, they often require removal.

  • How To Handle Your Child's First Dental Appointment

    13 January 2015

    It seems that there are two types of people today: there are those who enjoy a visit to the dentist, or at the very least have no fear of it, and those who dread the dentist. In order to ensure that your child does not fear dental visits, there are things that you can do early on. The first thing you can do is to take your child to the dentist at a very young age.