1. Pediatric Dental Care Tips for Each Stage of Development

    As a parent, you want to do everything you can to help ensure your child is happy and healthy. Helping him or her with routine oral hygiene tasks can go a long way in forming the foundation for a lifetime of good dental health. In today’s post, the Alligator Dental team will review dental care tips for each stage of your child’s development to help you as you teach your him or her proper oral …Read More

  2. Tips for Avoiding Early Childhood Cavities

    As parents, we all want what is best for our children, and excellent dental health is no exception. Your child is likely to be more confident if he or she has a healthy, beautiful smile. Because proper digestion begins with proper eating and chewing habits, your child will also feel better physically when optimal oral health is maintained. Unfortunately, early childhood cavities affect thousands o…Read More

  3. Monitoring Sugar Intake for Optimal Oral Health

    According to a news release by the American Heart Association (AHA) in 2016, children should be consuming less than 25 grams of added sugars each day. Unfortunately, many of the foods that are marketed as healthy for children make this goal nearly possible to achieve unless you read the labels carefully. In today’s post, we’ll review some of the foods and drinks that kids enjoy the most along …Read More

  4. What to Expect at Your Child’s First Appointment

    If you’re a first-time parent, it can be challenging to learn and navigate the various doctor appointments for your infant child. If you count just the recommended pediatrician visits alone, you can expect to take your child to the doctor at least six times in the first year of his or her life. Add unexpected ear aches and colds and that number can double. Knowing this, it’s not surprising tha…Read More