Making certain Your Son Or Daughter’s Oral Health

 

Dental Health Check for Kids

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Oral Care for Kids

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Help your child get a Grade A for oral health this year!

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What is Really Happening at Your Child’s Dental Cleaning

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Dental Care for children

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Child dental health

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All parents should see this video, your child’s oral health..

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However, just because they’ll eventually be put under a pillow awaiting the tooth fairy doesn’t mean that kids’ dental health can go neglected. Taking care of your child’s gums and teeth helps to ensure that adult teeth will be in good shape when they come in, not to mention that starting a dental care regimen early will teach your child good habits to last a lifetime. Besides regular toothbrushing with the right amount of fluoride toothpaste, your child’s diet will play a key role in his dental health. And, of course, sugar is the big villain.

The longer and more frequently his teeth are exposed to sugar, the greater the risk of cavities. Steps to good oral health in children: Brush twice a day. If your child is 2 years of age or older, use a fluoride toothpaste. For children younger than 6 years of age, make sure to watch your child brush their teeth to ensure he/she only uses a pea sized amount and spits the toothpaste out. For children unfortunate enough to loose teeth or damage them, dentists can provide ways to restore them.

Dental crowns can be placed over teeth ravaged by cavities while pedo-partials can be placed to temporarily replace lost front teeth. When it comes to your child’s dental health, your best choice is to entrust it to a skilled pediatric dentist. Regular dental appointments Make sure to take your child to the dentist twice in every year. With the help of these appointments, you can stay updated about the dental condition of your child. Hence, you will be better able to follow the instruction of dentists to ensure better dental health of your child.

Young children with dental pain and/or infection require treatment at any age—sometimes that means your child will need to go under general anesthesia or sedation. Of course, there are many reasons for this. Some dental procedures require your child to lie completely still, there may be a lot to fix, or the noise of the drill may be scary.

With the proper dental care methods that a pediatric dentist will teach your child, he will have the essential grounding in dental care that will continue to benefit him even as he grows into adulthood and beyond. Clearly, taking your child to a Tucson kid’s dentist will be advantageous in more ways than one. Take care of this essential aspect of health and your child will continue to reap benefits for many. Building your child’s trust and confidence at the dental office is what I do best!

My specialized training provides a foundation of knowledge on preventative care, dental growth and development and ensuring your children establishes healthy habits to promote a lifetime of healthy smiles. Children’s Dental Management is a Dental Support Organization (DSO) dedicated to expanding access to quality dental care for children. Leveraging the latest equipment and technology, our affiliated dentists provide comprehensive dental care to pediatric patients – from infants to adolescents—in fun, welcoming environments designed specifically for the needs of children. A veneer is a thin layer of porcelain made to fit over the front surface of a tooth and can improve the colour, shape and position of your teeth. Tooth whitening.

Tooth whitening can be a very effective way of lightening the natural colour of your teeth without removing any of the tooth surface. Implants.

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• Respond to each child’s individual needs based on dental evaluations and treatments.

“Community Oral Health Practice for the Dental Hygienist E-Book” by Christine French Beatty
from Community Oral Health Practice for the Dental Hygienist E-Book
by Christine French Beatty
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2016

This supports the efficacy of the recommendation that primary care providers refer children to a “dental home” at an early age.

“Pediatric Primary Care E-Book” by Catherine E. Burns, Ardys M. Dunn, Margaret A. Brady, Nancy Barber Starr, Catherine G. Blosser, Dawn Lee Garzon Maaks
from Pediatric Primary Care E-Book
by Catherine E. Burns, Ardys M. Dunn, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2012

At age 1 year, the toddler should have his or her first dentist visit to establish current health of the teeth and gums.

“Maternity and Pediatric Nursing” by Susan Scott Ricci, Terri Kyle
from Maternity and Pediatric Nursing
by Susan Scott Ricci, Terri Kyle
Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2009

The following guidelines from the American academy of paediatric dentistry should be followed to prevent babybottle tooth decay: ● Clean your child’s teeth daily.

“Qrs for Bds IV Year, Vol 1E Book” by Jyotsna Rao
from Qrs for Bds IV Year, Vol 1E Book
by Jyotsna Rao
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2017

Parents or caregivers should establish a dental home for infants by 12 months of age.

“McDonald and Avery Dentistry for the Child and Adolescent E-Book” by David R. Avery, Ralph E. McDonald, Jeffrey A. Dean
from McDonald and Avery Dentistry for the Child and Adolescent E-Book
by David R. Avery, Ralph E. McDonald, Jeffrey A. Dean
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2010

Every child should have an established dental home by the age of 12 months (AAPD, 2011a).

“Wong's Essentials of Pediatric Nursing9: Wong's Essentials of Pediatric Nursing” by Marilyn J. Hockenberry, David Wilson, Donna L. Wong
from Wong’s Essentials of Pediatric Nursing9: Wong’s Essentials of Pediatric Nursing
by Marilyn J. Hockenberry, David Wilson, Donna L. Wong
Elsevier/Mosby, 2013

Every child should have an established dental home by age 12 months (American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, 2016a).

“Wong's Nursing Care of Infants and Children E-Book” by Marilyn J. Hockenberry, David Wilson
from Wong’s Nursing Care of Infants and Children E-Book
by Marilyn J. Hockenberry, David Wilson
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2018

The dental hygienist provides recommendations for preventive self-care practices as follows: • When a child is 2 or 3 years old, begin to teach child proper brushing techniques.

“Darby and Walsh Dental Hygiene E-Book: Theory and Practice” by Denise M. Bowen, Jennifer A Pieren
from Darby and Walsh Dental Hygiene E-Book: Theory and Practice
by Denise M. Bowen, Jennifer A Pieren
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2019

Another advantage of the dental home is that preventive intervention can be personalized to the needs of the child.

“Pediatric Dentistry” by M. S. Muthu, Shiva Kumar
from Pediatric Dentistry
by M. S. Muthu, Shiva Kumar
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2019

One proven strategy for reaching lowincome children most at risk for dental caries is through school-based programs with supporting linkages with health care professionals and other dental partners in the community.

“Jong's Community Dental Health E-Book” by George Gluck, Warren M. Morganstein
from Jong’s Community Dental Health E-Book
by George Gluck, Warren M. Morganstein
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2002

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  • Great video informative and straight to the point.

    To piggyback on your information, we always notice many patients get confused as to why they might need a deep dental cleaning when they only intended a regular cleaning maybe you can do a video that addresses these points: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=APkxKd2oy84

  • you are amazing. recently i’ve had a growing interest in becoming a dental hygienist & your videos are so inspiring & funny!! I’m a senior in high school & you’re really helping w my decision making:)

  • I was a weird kid, and my teeth were really weird growing in. I always had bets with my dentist about how many teeth finally grew in. I think I won at least 6 tokens. Lol

  • I mean going to the dentist isn’t painfull. Well.. stubbing your toe in a sharp corner is more painfull. But! Sometimes the recovery hurts so bad��
    But it’s okay, I drank medicine and it’s a lot better. So if you’re going to the dentist, don’t worry! They’re just people working to help you fix your teeth, they probably got scared aswell when they’re a kid. Don’t worry guys! Dentist aren’t scary.:D

  • Thanks so much for this video. if you could show a video of you preforming a oral cancer screening on a child. And maybe walk us through what you look for in the screening. Thanks: Alex

  • I used to be petrified of the dentist but I feel a bit more confident now I wish you were my dentist or hygienist because mine are ultra strict and they get mad at My Mum for having bad teeth when she doesn’t brush And my dentist office that I go to doesn’t have a children X-ray or a treasure box:(

  • Your the best new subscriber know im not scared about going to the dentist to clean my teeth i thought they used a regular tooth brush������ but thats cooool wait but if your teeth is kinda like side ways what would they do??

  • great video, and great for kids too, having an appointment like this will for sure minorize the effects of getting fear of the dentist, that affect so many and kinda haunts the profession. Not like my own experience as a kid, when the only thing i remenber is a strong light, pain and tears, and the only gift that they gave at the end of the appointment were my own teeth in a napkin!

  • Do you recommend a new starting dental hygienist who just graduated college to go into working at a children’s office or adults which is easier?! (:

  • I am going to be a dental hygienist, I am finishing my 6th semester at university, excited for my finals next year ���� Considering working with kids in the future in a nice dental office ❤ Great video! Greetings from Hungary:)

  • Tip never close the mouth on Mr. Slurpee. It causes backflow and bacteria that is in the lines from previous patients can be ingested. Great overview of a kids appointment Teeth Talk Girl

  • Don’t know why but I love the dentist I’m getting braces in October and I’m 5% nervous but I’ll be fine I wish you were my dentist I’d open as wide as I can for u teeth talk girl

  • Love your videos! You should do more educational videos for different things, x rays, anatomy, etc. I am currently going through dental hygiene school (and just started) and even just this video is very informative and helpful!

  • I’m currently and ortho assistant and think about doing hygiene in the future but watching your videos really inspires me to go ahead with it because I’m always debating on whether or not to pursue it!! I love watching your videos:)