Children love running around, playing and being on their feet at all times. With their increased activity level, dental emergencies and injuries can happen. According to research,
Remember when your parents used to tell you that gum could stay in your stomach for all eternity? How about getting rotten teeth from chewing gum? The myths are endless! The surprising thing is that, gum can also be held responsible for reducing cavities!
When you have children, sometimes you can predict their sick days and other times, it’s unpredictable. One thing you can be certain of is that children inevitably get sick. When kids are sick, it’s an inconvenience to both the parent and the child – children are absent from school and parents end up taking time off work.
More children these days are suffering from tooth decay, tilted and chipped teeth, as well as bleeding gums and mouth problems than ever. This rise in oral health issues seems to have risen as the dietary habits of the society inclined towards processed and refined food instead of whole and healthy meals.
YOUR BRANTFORD PEDIATRIC DENTIST BLOG
There are several aspects you should consider when choosing a pediatric dentist over over a general dentist. Our pediatric dentists in Brantford receive extensive and additional training of two to three years after completing dental school. This extensive training helps them specialize in dental problems and care that is specific to children, young and teens.
YOUR BRANTFORD PEDIATRIC DENTIST BLOG: New Study Finds Saliva Can Prevent Cavities
According to a study found by our Brantford Pediatric Dentist written by Harvard professor Erica Shapiro Frenkel it is stated that saliva’s composition of 0.5% mucus has salivary mucins which are microbiome agents active in providing a safe environment for oral hygiene.
YOUR BRANTFORD PEDIATRIC DENTIST BLOG: An Apple a Day... Is There Truth to It?
Now you’ll have to admit that your mom was right when she said: An apple a day keeps the doctor away. According to a new study found by Brantford Pediatric Dentist Peachtree Kids Dental from the Appalachian State University’s professor David Nieman...