People who believe that sleep apnea is a condition that strikes only adults should know that it can also happen in children.
Getting a youngster to relax in the dental chair can be a challenge, but our pedodontist at Pediatric Dentistry and Beyond has the experience to make a child of any age feel comfortable during a visit…
Some mothers nurse their babies, while others bottle-feed their infants. It’s each mom’s personal choice.
Most babies suck their thumbs. It’s a convenient and instant source of comfort.
Babies use their mouths in many ways, with the most important one being nursed via a bottle or breast.
Moms and dads often wonder which toothpaste is the best for their children. There are many formulas and brands to choose from, so, naturally, the process can be confusing.
Welcoming a newborn into your family is exciting.
It’s very exciting when your baby’s first teeth start to erupt through her (or his) gum line, which happens between the ages of 4 and 24 months.
Babies and toddlers love sucking on pacifiers and their thumbs. “Binkies” and thumbs comfort them and offer a temporary distraction.
Though your baby has yet to sprout teeth, it’s still important to provide him (or her) with superior oral care.
It can be a challenge for parents to get their children to form healthy habits. Teaching them to maintain excellent dental hygiene can also be tough.