1. Best Practices for Children’s Dental Care

    When you are the parent of a young child, you want to do everything that you can to ensure that he or she has all of the advantages possible when it comes to achieving optimal oral health. Advice from family and friends or a quick search for kids dental tips on the internet might provide you with an overwhelming amount of information, which is why it is always best to rely on the expert opinion of…Read More

  2. A Word on Pacifiers and Thumb Sucking

    Thumbsucking and pacifier use are very common among children, and many children will stop this activity on their own sometime between two and four years of age. Many parents find themselves concerned about the potential oral development problems that these habits can cause, and talking to a pediatric dentist can help ease some of this worry. Today, we’ll answer some frequently asked questions ab…Read More

  3. Multivitamins for Kids Dental Health

    Vitamins and minerals are, as we have discussed before, crucial for the development of your child’s bones and joints, especially when it comes to their teeth. Kids are known to be picky eaters, and while there are numerous foods that can supply the important nutrients they need to grow big and strong and have exceptionally healthy teeth, your kid’s dental care can run into certain roadblocks. …Read More

  4. Vitamins for Strong Teeth

    Eating and drinking are an important part of everyday life, allowing us to get the important vitamins and minerals our bodies need. There are so many vitamins we require, but some of them are especially important for the health of your pearly whites. Children and adults can all benefit from more vitamins in their diets, and parents are sure to instill this in their youngsters. Today, the Valley Le…Read More

  5. More Dental Know Hows and Habits for Kids

    As your kids get older, they’ll have to start doing things for themselves. You can’t be in the room every morning and night to make sure they don’t walk past their toothbrush. Instead, you have to go out of your way to make good oral hygiene a habitual part of your youngster’s daily routine. Apart from setting a good example for them, it is important to make sure that these habits and cust…Read More

  6. Good Dental Habits for Children

    Parents know the importance of quality dental hygiene for their children. Not only is the health of their teeth important, but instilling habits that will continue through adulthood is critical. These are life lessons that the youngsters in your life will use for years to come and it is important they stick to them early. Dental habits and oral hygiene are codependent, and good ones will keep your…Read More

  7. Alternative Flossing Methods for Children

    Much like their eating habits, children can be extremely choosy when it comes to their hygiene habits. We know all too well here at Alligator Dental that the kids in your life can be monsters if you even come close to their mouth or gums. They may be fine with brushing their teeth, especially if you give them a great tasting toothpaste, however, flossing is a whole other animal. Whether they are b…Read More

  8. Floss Options for Your Kids

    Teeth are the name of the game here at Alligator Dental, and we like to cover every aspect of children’s dental health and oral hygiene. As we’ve talked about before, flossing is a crucial piece of quality dental care for kids, but it can be a challenge to establish flossing as a habitual part of a bedtime routine, much less doing it voluntarily at other times. One of the biggest challenges co…Read More

  9. Teaching Children to Floss

    Adults and children alike understand the importance of brushing teeth. When we wake up and when we go to sleep, we brush our teeth to ensure fresh breath and removal of any food debris we may have leftover. However, many of us overlook the importance of flossing when it comes to our dental hygiene, especially the younger among us. Children already struggle with finding the motivation to brush thei…Read More