Many parents may delay their child’s first dental visit until their little one has most or all of their baby teeth. However, the Australian Dental Association (ADA) recommends that children visit the dentist within six months of their first tooth arriving or when they are 12-months-old – whichever occurs sooner.[i]...
Archive for Childrens Dental
Before an appointment at the dentist, many parents are faced with the dilemma of an upset or uncomfortable child. So, how can you and your dentist help manage your little one’s concerns?
Last year, we celebrated our 40 year Anniversary at BOH Dental, and one of the things that stood out for us was the number of conversations we had with our patients about their family’s history at the practice.
We all know toddlers can be a handful – particularly for parents who might not have a lot of time on their hands. So we put this guide on children’s dental together to get you up to speed quickly.
Have you brought your child in for a ‘ride in the chair’? The first two years of a child’s life is a time of wonder, learning, and adventure – and that’s exactly how we approach dental appointments for kids.
The Child Dental Benefits scheme is a public health initiative that provides essential dental services to children aged 2-17 Australia wide. Unfortunately, despite its widespread use since its inception in January 2014, the future of the scheme is being threatened at a national level.
with Dr Alana Evans
Continuing our new set of Youtube videos, we sat down with Dr Alana Evans to discuss some of the most commonly asked questions we are asked about Children’s Dentistry.
Many wise parents have told their kids they shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, and nowhere is this more apparent than with children’s food.