It is important to get young kids into the habit of brushing their teeth two or three times per day. By making it a positive activity, they will benefit greatly in terms of oral health and you will be spared the aggravation of trying to force them to brush. Consistency is vital and you should introduce your baby to the act of brushing as soon as the first tooth appears, usually at around six months of age. If you happen to have him or her start at a later age, fret not, and just jump into the routine. Dr. Skopp provides helpful tips on how to ingrain proper teeth brushing in your children.
Many of us are under the belief that if we brush our teeth every day, our teeth will be white. However, this is not the case. Even if we floss, brush, and use mouthwash on a routine basis, our teeth can still yellow. Here is why your teeth are still yellow, even though you brush … Read more