Category: Children’s Dental Health
Miss Tooth Fairy here! I just wanted to say hello and hope you are all doing well! This Sunday is National Tooth fairy Day! That’s right, a holiday dedicated to celebrating me! There are days to celebrate America, your first day on this planet, trees, and even that old man Santa Clause! I do so…
We have been around long enough to know that coming to the dentist is not anyone’s favorite thing to do. It can be nerve-wracking to let a dentist poke and prod around in your mouth. Sometimes it hurts, and that is never fun! None of this is news to us so, since the beginning, we…
When a child has discolored teeth, they may be presented with various challenges. One of these challenges may be confidence, and having whiter, cleaner teeth can help with that. Read on to learn what you need to know about teeth whitening for your child.
At Burg Children’s Dentistry, the safety and overall health of our patients is very important to us. Please know that we’re following CDC protocols as well as our very own strict hygiene guidelines to keep our patients safe from coronavirus.
Halitosis is a serious issue that causes us to get bad breath. Halle Tosis is the supervillain that Burg Children’s Dentistry uses to teach young superheroes the importance of taking care of their teeth and avoiding bad breath.
Help your child learn about gingivitis and how they can maintain good oral hygiene. They’ll learn about this dental disease by learning who Ginger Vitis is and how our superheroes work day and night to defeat her.
Molar Man loves visiting local Utah schools and teaching their students how to floss and brush their teeth. Through his interactive lesson, he also teaches them how to have a positive attitude about oral hygiene. Keep reading to learn how you can have this superhero visit your school.