Who doesn’t want to add more kindhearted moments to their life? It may mean taking a breath and thinking before your speak, or letting the other person go first in line. There are lots of opportunities to be kind at home—even extending to seemingly small things like how you care for your teeth. Share these pointers to your young ones, and help them practice kind techniques as well. The smiles in your whole family will benefit from this thoughtful care. (more…)
On July 1st in Dallas, TX, check out the Red, White & the Blues event taking place during July 4th weekend at the Dallas Arboretum. Happening from July 1st until July 4th, 11am-2pm, you should pack a picnic, gather the whole family, and celebrate Independence Day surrounded by the beautiful scenery only the Dallas Arboretum can provide. Various blues bands will perform throughout the weekend to provide a cool, relaxing backdrop. $2 hotdogs and root beer floats will be available for purchase all four days. (more…)
There’s a good way and a not-so-great way to approach your child’s root canal treatment. First, you can think of it as a negative thing that you should feel bad about. Or, you can look at it as a wonderful, convenient way to rescue your child’s tooth that has become severely decayed or damaged. We, of course, encourage you to lean toward the latter. When you adopt an optimistic outlook, it makes it much easier on you and your child. Ready for some specific suggestions that can help immensely? We’ve got them!
You might think that your child simply cannot stand flossing as a general rule. However, you might be overlooking some little details that can turn your child into someone who is more than happy to floss every day. So, toss out the notion that this whole flossing during dental hygiene thing is going to turn into a lifelong struggle and, instead, come to us for advice. For the time being, get started with some details that may truly help.
Are you a fan of bluegrass? Is this music deeply rooted in American culture something you’ve been thinking your little ones might enjoy (and what better time to introduce them to it than right as Independence Day approaches)? If so, take time to head out to Bluegrass On Ballard!
Sometimes, your kids will say or do something that blows you away because they seem so mature! You may even find yourself calling a friend or family member to let them in on whatever just happened to cause you to think your little one is quickly approaching adulthood. While this is always a wonderful experience to have, it’s very important to remember that when it comes to dental hygiene, your kid is likely still very much a kid, so monitoring brushing sessions is essential. Why so? Well, consider some reasons that might sound very familiar.
Especially when you’re doing your best to keep your little ones smiling, unworried about their oral health, and then you’re also taking care of the endless list of tasks required of daily life (every single day), it’s often easy to sweep issues under the rug. One of the easiest ways to do this when it comes to smile concerns? Masking the problem, whether with pain relief, rationalization, or otherwise! Consider a few reasons why this isn’t your best plan (and call us immediately to schedule an appointment)!
Is there dental care you’ve been meaning to take care of for your son or daughter’s smile but you haven’t gotten around to it yet? Perhaps you haven’t missed the mark just yet but you know you really need to get your little one’s next visit scheduled. Or, maybe we diagnosed your child with a cavity and you’ve got to schedule a dental filling very soon. Whatever the case, we encourage you to take our advice into consideration for this summer for healthy smiles all around!
If you haven’t noticed (you probably have), the temperatures are heating up pretty quickly in our town. As a result, your desire to spend some time outdoors can cause you to hesitate. Fortunately, heading out to the park with your kids this weekend will sound much more inviting thanks to some cool treats at Pops In The Park!
As summer approaches, you can almost hear the clinking of ice cubes in tall glasses of refreshing beverages. While relying on ice is an easy and calorie-free way to keep drinks cold, it might not be the type of thing you want your little ones getting their cute tiny fingers on. Why not? Well, ice presents an oral health hazard to everyone. Consider some reminders as they apply to your kids for some direction.