In celebration of National Children’s Dental Health Month this February, we’re offering dental sealants at 50% off!
Dental sealants help so much in keeping your child’s teeth healthy. Growing kids like to try new foods and new experiences all the time, and you want the confidence that no matter what they try– especially away from your watchful eyes at school or at friends’ houses– they’re still protected.
National Children’s Dental Health Month: Fluoride in water prevents cavities!
The ADA’s 2020 campaign for NCDHM is “Fluoride in water prevents cavities! Get it from the tap!”.
Fluoride in water makes our teeth strong against cavities. Keep drinking your tap water and keep taking care of your teeth with good oral hygiene and regular visits to the dentist!
Dr. Elizabeth talked about the benefits of fluoride toothpaste when she was interviewed by Metro Parent! Read the blog here.
Another effective weapon against cavities: dental sealants.
50% Off Dental Sealants
Dental sealants create an air-tight seal on the deep, hard to reach fissures and pits on the biting surfaces of the back teeth. Because of this, bacteria that cause cavities won’t touch the teeth at all, so sealants virtually guarantee that your child doesn’t suffer tooth decay in their molars, especially while they’re young and still learning to brush thoroughly.
A dental sealant is a simple, quick procedure that is completely painless for your child and it’s clinically proven to reduce the incidence of cavities.
The ADA recommends dental sealants for children ages 5 to 14. Dental sealants protect most cavity-prone teeth, the molars, so your child should get sealants as soon as their first permanent molars come in, between the ages of 5 and 7.
To celebrate National Children’s Dental Health Month this February, we’re providing dental sealants at 50% off.
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Win tickets to the Detroit Red Wings game!
As part of National Children’s Dental Health Month, we are raffling off tickets to the Detroit Red Wings game.