Fun and Simple Ways to Teach Kids About Dental Care
Are you tired of searching for a pediatric dentist? Don’t worry! Come to Canyon Creek Dentistry! Dr. Kinnari Prajapati is the best children’s dentist in Temple, Texas! Teaching children about dental care is essential for their long-term oral health, but making the subject interesting and engaging can take time and effort. Fortunately, there are plenty […]
Your Child’s Dental Needs During the School Year
About 16.9 percent of children aged five to 19 in the United States have untreated tooth decay. This is according to data collected from 2013 to 2016 by the National Center for Health Statistics. For children, consistent exposure to and familiarity with dental care early on in life is the key to superb oral health […]
Halloween & Your Child’s Teeth
Halloween is one of the best nights of the year for young children. They get to dress up as their favorite cartoon character or superhero and go door to door or attend community events where people give them truckloads of candy just for looking adorable. Halloween is one of the most candy-filled holidays of the […]
Can Children Have Sensitive Teeth?
If your child shows signs of having sensitive teeth, it’s important to find the root of the problem. We, your local pediatric dentist in Temple, TX, will be able to give you more solid answers, but it’s good to do your own research so that you can stay well-informed of your child’s condition. We’ve done […]
Healthy Snack For Your Kids for Good Oral Health
I know you have been told many times to watch your child’s sugar intake. Whether that is the foods they eat or the drinks they drink. Especially now. With COVID-19 hitting everyone pretty hard in 2020 and 2021, maintaining a healthy diet has been harder than ever. Most people are working from home and have […]
Tooth Fairy Tips For Parents
February 28th is National Tooth Fairy Day. In celebration of this day, we want to share our top Tooth Fairy tips for parents like you to use. We know that being “mom” or “dad” is a big enough job as it is. However, parents often wear many hats. Kids get excited about Santa Claus and […]
Is Your Child Getting Enough Fluoride?
Fluoride has the incredible ability to reduce tooth decay in both adults and children. It can help to repair minor tooth decay while decay is still in its early stages. When your child doesn’t get enough fluoride, it can lead to an increase in dental cavities and other health issues. Not all US states have […]
3 Ways To Support Your Child’s Oral Hygiene
Oral hygiene is the cornerstone of dental care and it should begin when your child’s first tooth comes in. As a parent, it is important to support your child’s oral care with daily hygiene and regular dental visits for disease prevention and treatment. There are also habits you should practice (or avoid) that support good […]
New School Year for Oral Health Too
School is just now starting back up for most of the country. It’s exciting to start a new year. You get new clothes, a new backpack, new school supplies, plus more! While you’re out buying new school supplies and freshening up your kids’ wardrobes, why not freshen up their oral health supplies as well? […]
What is a Pediatric Dentist?
Although Pediatric and family dentists are often confused, they are not the same. Pediatric dentists receive the same education and training as general dentists. However, they also undergo two years of post-training after dental school. This Post-training equips the dentist with knowledge of treatment and management of a child’s teeth, behavior, physical growth and development, […]