Posts Tagged ‘pediatric dentist las vegas’
Dental Hygiene For Kids
Below you will find some helpful dental health tips to keep your children’s smiles healthy and bright for a lifetime. Oral Hygiene for Infants Babies are born with all their teeth, but they are not visually present at birth. Baby teeth start to erupt into the mouth between six months and one year old,…Read More
Speech Pathology Dentist
Speech Pathology Language and speech pathology is concerned with issues surrounding speech-language communication disorders. Child maturation includes many milestones, including taking their first step, eating solid foods, as well as speech. The maturation of speech is one of the most critical milestones in the maturation of any child. For most children, speech comes easy, but…Read More
Why Do We Lose Our Baby Teeth?
Losing our baby teeth is an important milestone in any child’s development. Teeth are an integral part of our development whether we realize it or not. Our teeth are needed not only for chewing but also for speaking. They are also necessary for the growth and development of our face and jaws. They are…Read More
How To Stop Thumb Sucking
Thumb sucking can be an all too common habit for many children. It is also an instinctual, natural reflex for many children as a way to soothe themselves. However, over time thumb or finger sucking can be detrimental to a child’s dental and physical development. While it is perfectly natural and healthy when a child…Read More
Dental Tips For Halloween
Dental Hygiene is the practice of keeping the mouth, teeth, and gums clean and healthy to prevent oral disease, by regular brushing and flossing and routine visits to a dentist. Halloween time is a fun time for the whole family…the weather begins to turn, leaving cooler weather for lots of quality family time. It also means…Read More
Can Your Child Overcome Dental Anxiety?
Dental anxiety and dental phobia can be a major health issue for a good percentage (%) of the population. It can disrupt our lives and our health in many ways. The sad truth is many parents pass on their fear of the dentist to their children without even realizing it. Overcoming the fear is possible with…Read More
Speech Pathology and Dentistry
Speech Pathology – Speech and language pathology is concerned with issues surrounding human speech and language communication disorders. Child development has many milestones including taking that first step, first eating of solid foods, and speech. The maturation of the speech process is one of the most important milestones in any child’s development. Speech development is a…Read More
Can Children Develop Bad Breath?
Many people do not realize that children can develop bad breath. Most bad breath issues in kids are temporary. For children, the bad breath causes can be just as varied as for adults. However, there can be medical issues related, so it is important to figure out the cause. Causes Of A Child’s Bad Breath…Read More
Tips To Break A Thumb Sucking Habit
Thumb sucking begins before birth and is a natural habit for many babies. Unfortunately, if allowed to continue it can have serious developmental effects on your baby. These effects can include misalignment of teeth and facial features, speech issues, and eating issues. Once the habit gets past a certain age it can be very difficult…Read More
Is Your Child Getting Enough Calcium?
Calcium is an important building block in our diets. The proper amount of calcium results in strong, healthy bones as well as strong teeth. Vitamin D plays a supportive role, and should be understood for it’s important role in helping the body absorb the incoming calcium. Many parents want to know if their child is…Read More