No parent wants to get sick or injured…especially at an inconvenient time such as an evening over the December holidays or a weekend. And let’s be honest, that’s when it ALWAYS happens! I’ve had a cough and cold on and off since November 1st. This is what happens when a parent runs herself ragged, people! Not to mention I tweaked my wrist and managed to burn it on an oven rack after Thanksgiving. Cheers to being a hot mess mom! 😉
Us parents have been hearing about how sweets rot your teeth since the beginning of time. Yet, it never stopped us from eating them whenever we got the chance, right? Now, as a responsible adult whose child is is overindulging on holiday cookies and candy, have you ever wondered what those sugary treats are actually doing to their teeth?
You’ll be surprised to know that it isn’t the sugar that’s all bad. It has a lot to do with how and when you eat the candy, too.
If you want to learn how to prevent cavities in your kids’ teeth, you need to know how to teach them the right way to consume sweet snacks. Let’s talk about what sugar really does to your teeth…fact vs. myth.
What if we asked local parents to design the Boca pediatric office of their dreams? An office with no germs, no wait times, awesome doctors, “on top of it” staff, all in the most modern and fun setting? A mom can fantasize, right?
Modern Boca Mom has the *exclusive* that our favorite pediatric office in Boca is indeed, “movin’ on up!” And our town will never be the same! Get ready parents…because my favorite pediatric office in town, Boca VIPediatrics is moving to a brand new space and getting a major makeover!
You hear your toddler crying…and it’s not the usual ‘I want food’, ‘I’m sleepy’, or ‘check my diaper’ crying.
It’s a new one.
Your baby is clearly in discomfort and while he cries with his mouth wide open, you notice something.
Congratulations on this new stage of your child’s development!
But while you’re thinking about how your baby will now be able to eat a variety of new food, you should also start planning your toddler’s first dental checkup.
When Is the Right Time for Your Toddler’s First Dental Checkup?
After the appearance of the first baby tooth, it won’t be long until your child will be flashing a toothy grin. To make sure it’s free of cavities, it’s important that you schedule their first dental visit before they turn one.