In support of the American Dental Association, we’re happy to be celebrating National Children’s Dental Health Month awareness throughout the month of February. What first was observed in 1949 as a day devoted to children’s dental health, the initiative now marks forty years strong while celebrating as a month-long, nationwide health observance reinforcing the importance of good pediatric oral healthcare.
Our First Impressions care teams are focusing this year’s effort on offering approachable pediatric dental healthcare conversations: stepping outside the box of canned dental advice, and instead providing realistic tips and tricks to caregivers seeking recommendations for improved at-home brushing routines. We hope that by sharing some of our tips and tricks with you all month long, healthy habits (and stress-free routines!) can be put into practice far beyond the reach of February.
UNFORTUNATELY, THEY WILL HAPPEN. SO WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?
IT’S ALL TOO REAL. HERE’S TIPS ON HOW TO MAKE BRUSHING LESS OF A STRUGGLE.
TWO WHOLE MINUTES OF SITTING STILL? YOU CAN DO IT, HERE’S HOW.
BECAUSE BEING A PARENT ISN’T ALREADY HARD ENOUGH, ENTER: NEW TEETH.