Taking Care of Your Child's Oral Health
We’ve been there. Sometimes our busy lives can make us go through the motions. We try to make sure our children’s teeth are spick and span. We ask if they’ve brushed their teeth and we often get a big, open-mouthed “AHH!” to show proof. Then after a quick approving nod, we take their word and head out the door or we tuck them in and say goodnight. But maybe our kids brush their teeth well enough for their breath to smell okay, but not remove all the build-up that can lead to cavities.
Learn the 10-10-10 Rule from Dr. Pooneh Ramezani
Dr. Brite co-founder and veteran dentist, Pooneh Ramezani, DDS, shows how brushing kid’s teeth to prevent cavities only takes a couple minutes.
Prevent Dentist Checkups Like Horror Movies?
By the time your child's dentist appointment rolls around, you could find out that cavities have made on home on our kid's tiny teeth. Just the act of sitting in a dentist chair can scare a kid, not to mention the traumatizing sounds of drills and the sight of sharp, thin needles. Follow the tips in the video above to help ensure that kids cavities are prevented and dentist visits aren't so bad. If you have more questions, use the contact us info at the bottom of the website - team Dr. Brite is here to help!