Avoiding Cavities in your Kids’ Smiles

If a young child gets a cavity, what’s the big deal? After all, that tooth is just going to fall out and be replaced by an adult tooth soon enough, right? Well, that’s true, but there are two reasons why you’d want to work to prevent cavities in your kids. First is that a cavity in a baby tooth can... read more »

Breastfeeding is Amazing for Your Baby’s Oral Health

The nutrients in breastmilk are specifically designed to help your baby fight disease. It even reduces long-term health threats like asthma, ear infections, SIDS and obesity. But here’s something particularly fascinating to us at All Kids Dental Pediatrics & Orthodontics: there is solid evidence that breastfeeding improves your child’s oral health. Your baby is typically born with their all of... read more »

The Signs that Mean You Should Replace Your Child’s Toothbrush

Do you ever wonder when it’s the best time to replace your child’s cute little toothbrush? If so, your dentist, Dr. Casey Johnson, and pediatric dental team are more than happy to help you! You should replace your child’s toothbrush: -After 3-4 months: After 3-4 months of wear and tear, the toothbrush is no longer effective at removing plaque from... read more »