To our wonderful Blossom patients and their families, we hope you all have been healthy and safe. At this time, we are keeping our covid protocol in place. Masks will still be required while in the office; parents are always welcome to wait in their car if they prefer not to wear a mask. Thank you for your understanding as we continue to do all we can to keep you and your family safe and healthy!
Posted on February 19, 2020 | Hot Topics
We know there are so many things you have to juggle as a parent. Why should teaching your kids to floss be one of them? Because flossing sets your child up for long-term, healthy oral hygiene habits. Flossing cleans between the teeth, removing plaque that has settled in places that are hard to reach with a tooth brush. It can also help prevent bad breath! Flossing is important, but teaching your child to floss can feel like a feat. That’s why we’re offering some tips and tricks to make your job easier:
Flossing can be fun, and we love giving parents the tools they need to succeed. As they learn to floss, your child will add another method to help keep their teeth strong and healthy. Teaching your kids healthy oral hygiene habits will provide long-term care for their little teeth. If you need extra support, our hygienists are always happy to work with families to develop a flossing routine that works for you.Share Post
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We love Blossom Pediatric Dentistry! I have twin 11 year old boys, who have had previous major anxiety about the dentist. Not with Dr. Barber. She has an amazing bedside manner...
- Lauren Sherick, Mother of Patient
We had an amazing experience at our first visit at Blossom Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics. Dr. Barber and her entire staff are friendly, knowledgeable, and excellent with children.
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