Children's Oral Health

As a parent, you know how hard it can be, sometimes, to know exactly what your baby or child needs. That’s why we put together this guide for what parents should know about their children’s dental health.

With February being National Children’s Dental Health Month, Delta Dental of Washington wants to offer some useful tips for parents of children with Autism and other special needs to help navigate their oral care.

Most adults come into contact with fluoride daily. It’s in most of the products dentists recommend: your toothpaste, your mouth wash, and it’s likely even in your water supply! But what about kids?

Studies show that parents with anxiety or fear of the dentist are more likely to have kids with cavities. It’s a serious problem, but one that can be easily fixed.

Finding the right dental coverage is a great place to start when it comes to starting your child’s healthcare journey.

In this blog post, we'll dive into some easy and effective best practices for preventive oral healthcare for children.

What happens at your child's first dental appointment?

Pediatric dentist, Dr. Richman, explains what happens when you bring your child into their first dental appointment and why you should take your child in before their first birthday.