By Admin User on August 27, 2013
Good oral hygiene habits in pediatric patients may not be as common as it should be, but as dental professionals know—establishing routine oral hygiene during childhood is an essential component to lifelong healthy teeth and gums. With a multitude of risk factors that could potentially impede the condition of oral health, it is important that […]
By Admin User on May 22, 2013
Having a disability of any kind is difficult enough, but when diagnosed in children, they can be especially influential on their abilities to perform functions of daily living. Conditions such as autism, orofacial clefts, and down syndrome are becoming more prevalent across the globe, and they can easily inhibit the ability to achieve proper oral […]
By Admin User on February 11, 2013
ABC News discusses National Children’s Dental Health Month, and many of the new technologies being integrated into products related to oral hygiene.
By Admin User on March 7, 2012
As you may have heard, there has been a dramatic increase in the number of ER visits from the U.S. public (especially among young children) who need immediate care for extensive dental issues due to poor oral hygiene.  As a result, patients as young as four- or five-years-old are now being seen in operating rooms […]