Don't forget to floss your child's teeth!

Did you know that dental floss was used since ancient times? But, the invention of the floss credits to a New Orleans dentist in 1815. Johnson and Johnson was first to patent the silk dental floss in 1898. Given the history of the dental floss, why are only 49% Americans flossing? It is well documented that flossing regularly helps prevent dental cavities in between the teeth. So, why are people not flossing? Here are the 3 top excuses for not flossing: I don't have time My gums hurt I ran out of floss We hope that our pediatric dental patients are using more than 14 inches of dental floss per year! For parents who have difficulty flossing their child's teeth, we recommend parents use t

How do you make going to the dentist fun for kids?

Many parents often ask us: "How do you make going to the dentist fun for kids?" At Safari Children's Dentistry, your child's comfort is our number one priority. Our board-certified pediatric dentists have 2 additional years of training to understand the age-appropriate dental health needs of your child. After all, children are not little adults! Our pediatric dentists are always trying to find creative ways to make it enjoyable for your child. We know that every child has different personalities and different interests so we do our best to tailor their dental appointments. Some children may be slow to warm up and some are more outgoing at the dentist. For example, we love it when sibling

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We are pediatric dentists serving children in Burlington, Oakville, and Hamilton.
We are pediatric dentists serving children in Burlington, Oakville, and Hamilton.
We are pediatric dentists serving children in Burlington, Oakville, and Hamilton.
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