five ways to encourage your child to floss

Many parents are surprised to learn that their children should be flossing as early as the age of two. According to experts, developing the habit of flossing is an important component of pediatric dental health even when your child only has their baby teeth. Flossing is especially critical when your children’s teeth are touching or fitting closely. This varies widely Read more →


please vote children’s dentistry for best of the best

Voting is now open for Best of the Best 2017 and we need your help! Please vote for us by going to http://www.bestofchatt.com/ and voting Children’s Dentistry for Best Pediatric Dentist in Chattanooga! We’re giving away a $250 gift card to one lucky person who votes Dr. Clay Goins for Best Pediatric Dentist!  And we’re also giving away a Fidget Spinner every week Read more →


four best foods for a healthy smile

Healthy oral hygiene habits like regular brushing, flossing, and dental check-ups are key components of your children’s dental health. However, in addition to good hygiene practices, a well-balanced and nutritious diet is also an important part of maintaining your child’s healthy smile. By avoiding foods containing high levels of sugars, starches, and carbohydrates—which can lead to tooth decay—you will ensure Read more →


how to protect your child’s teeth during spring sports

Spring is finally here! As the days grow longer and warmer, chances are your child is participating in more outdoor sports and activities than usual. While sports are a wonderful way for kids to get outside, learn valuable skills, and make new friends, it is important to keep their dental health in mind as they participate in spring sports. Actually, Read more →


parent’s guide to enforcing healthy oral hygiene habits in children

If you’re a parent, you understand how difficult it can be to get your children to make healthy lifestyle choices, especially when they’re young. One aspect of health that children often neglect is dental health. In fact, the Center for Health and Health Care in Schools says dental problems have a big effect on the American school day. Students lose Read more →


fun tips that will get your child inspired to brush their teeth

We all know how important it is for our children to practice good dental hygiene at a young age; however, getting that beautiful smile is easier said than done. Many parents decide to wait to teach proper care for teeth and gums until their child is older, but this can be incredibly harmful to their overall health. In fact, one Read more →


3 things you can do to manage your child’s fear of the dentist

If someone were to ask you “What’s the most common chronic childhood disease?” you may guess asthma, allergies, obesity, or diabetes — and you would be wrong. According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD), tooth decay is number one. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that about one out of every five children in the Read more →


5 tips for healthy teeth this holiday season

You practice good dental hygiene all year round, but proper dental health can certainly be a challenge during the holiday season. Whether you’re a child, a teen, or just a kid at heart, it’s easy to let your sweet tooth get the best of you when there are so many delicious holiday treats to go around. Keep your beautiful smile Read more →


the 5 worst halloween candy for your teeth

Halloween may be over, but here’s something really scary: Tooth decay is four times more common than early-childhood obesity, five times more common than asthma, and 20 times more common than diabetes. Though you might think all of those Halloween candies are bad for your waistline, consider what they’re doing to your kid’s oral health! There’s no reason you can’t Read more →


do i really need to clean my tongue?

Do you know what the most common chronic childhood disease is? Asthma, allergies, obesity, and diabetes are all major issues among children in the U.S., but they are not the most common. According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, tooth decay is number one. That is why providing kids with quality pediatric dental services and teaching them good oral Read more →


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