Summer is coming to an end. With the months winding down, you want to spend as much quality time as possible with your children.
Following good oral health practices from a young age helps to establish lifelong patterns. Make oral care fun for the kids!
My husband and I have three wonderful grandchildren, ages 7, 9, and 11. Their parents are our son, Louis, and our daughter-in-law, Christine.
Kids with good self-esteem recognize good qualities about themselves and believe in their abilities.
While there are plenty of benefits to online activity, such as educational content and the chance to keep in touch with relatives, there is a dark side.
Today’s parents feel the need to structure each day for their children… and this can result in the little ones getting less fresh air than is desirable.
Our kids learn about themselves through interacting with other people and the world around them. The most effective vehicle for learning is play.
It might be a rite of passage to crack a tooth on the monkey bars, but there are some dental problems that you shouldn’t ignore or accept as childhood milestones. Here are just a few signs that something more serious is going on with your kid’s teeth.