Want to teach your child how to brush their teeth? Read this post to learn 5 tips for successfully teaching your child how to brush their teeth.
Teaching your child healthy dental habits is one of the best ways parents can make sure their child’s smile is happy and healthy long-term!
Going to the dentist is not the most fun thing a child can do, but it’s necessary to make sure their oral health is properly cared for. And Cascadia Kids Dentistry is here to make sure your child’s teeth grow strong and healthy, with expert and caring services performed by a friendly and compassionate staff.
Sweets are not the best food for your child, both in terms of nutrition and oral health.
In this blog from Cascadia Kids Dentistry, we’re going over the foods and drinks your child should avoid or enjoy in moderation as well as what nutritious foods they should include in their diet. Interested in learning how to make better choices for your child’s oral health? Read on to find out the top four worst nutrition habits for your kid’s teeth.
It is incredibly common and not unusual for your child’s permanent teeth to grow in crooked. This problem may correct itself by the time they have fully grown in, but if they don’t then a visit to the dentist and orthodontist can help sort it out.While genetics play a role in our teeth alignment, certain lifestyle and oral habits can encourage teeth to grow in crooked. It’s important to catch these habits early on and try to put a stop to them so they don’t have long-term consequences.
As a parent, you’ve got plenty to worry about. And while smelly breath may not be high on your list, it can sometimes indicate serious oral health problems. So if your child’s breath has been smelling bad recently, it’s a good idea to understand what may be causing this issue. Read on, and the team at Cascadia Kids Dentistry will discuss a few things that may be causing or contributing to smelly breath in kids.
If your child is old enough to start brushing their own teeth, you may be wondering what kind of toothbrush you should buy for them. What should you look for while shopping? In this blog from Cascadia Kids Dentistry, we’ll give you a few top recommendations and tips to keep in mind when buying a toothbrush for your child.
If your child’s teeth look yellow and discolored, you may be wondering what the cause might be, and whether or not you need to see a dentist to get help. In this guide from Cascadia Kids Dentistry, we’ll help you learn a bit more about may be the cause!
Seeing the dentist can be quite scary for kids, but at Cascadia Kids Dentistry, we do everything we can to help kids feel comfortable, even if they have dental anxiety. That’s why our dental team is here with a few tips and recommendations to help your kids feel safer at the dentist’s office. Read on, and see how you can help your child get through their dental appointment more easily.
At Cascadia Kids Dentistry, we’re taking your safety very seriously during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you have been concerned about the risk of COVID-19 at the dentist, don’t worry. It’s completely safe for your child to see the dentist at Cascadia Kids Dentistry.
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