No kid enjoys sitting in a dentist’s chair with an adult’s latex-gloved hands in their tiny mouth. Cavities always prolong the experience, and often include some scary instruments that would make anyone cringe. The best way to keep your child’s dental visits as quick and painless – and to keep their smiles healthy as they grow up – is to help your child to develop healthy habits early on. These 9 tips, along with regular brushing, flossing, and dental checkups, will help you do just that.
Edward A. Glover, D.D.S
April 1, 2016
Being a teenager can be tough. With the pressures of school, extracurricular activities, and the ever-increasing responsibilities of home and social groups, it can be hard to find time for your every-day dental health.