in Flosser picks (also called floss picks) have become very popular in recent years, especially for families with young children. Manufacturers have touted their benefits as a great, fun way to get kids into the healthy habit of flossing by even putting children’s hero icons on the handles. (Anyone up for a Dora flosser?) But do…Read More
It’s an unfortunate reality that most people in western culture still consider oatmeal a healthy way to start the day. In part 1 of this 3-part article series, we discussed the role that diet plays in tooth decay. In part 2, we explored foods that we should eat to help support greater oral health. In…Read More
The procedure we’d like to discuss and bring to light today is a procedure that most practicing dentists, biological/holistic or not, literally do multiple times each work day. I encourage to us explore together the impact that the simple filling on the chewing surface (called an occlusal filling) can have on the long-term whole body…Read More
As we mention in our article, “How to create a healthy brushing routine with your toddler or young child“, as parents, the oral hygiene routine that we model sets the example for our child’s oral hygiene. When it comes to raising our oral health awareness as a family, we should note that oral health is…Read More
With subjects ranging from fluoride and filling materials to best foods to support developing teeth and kids oral hygiene, it’s no wonder that parent’s eyes can glaze over when children and dentistry is discussed.
Where do you start to sort through the messy jumble of conflicting misinformation?