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added on: September 8, 2023
Great Grins Children's Dentistry in Tucson

It’s not uncommon for kids to resist or even refuse to brush their teeth. This can leave parents feeling frustrated and defeated. However, maintaining good oral hygiene habits is crucial for kids’ health. So what can you do? If you find yourself struggling to get your kids to brush their teeth, here are five tried-and-true… Read More


added on: September 1, 2023
Great Grins Children's Dentistry in Tucson

A bright, healthy smile is a vital asset for kids as they grow and develop. However, parents often find themselves concerned when they notice discoloration on their child’s teeth. Tooth discoloration in kids is not uncommon and can appear as white spots, brown or dark areas, or take on a yellowish tint. While tooth discoloration… Read More


added on: August 16, 2023
Great Grins Children's Dentistry in Tucson

As parents, we know that our children’s well-being is our top priority, and one crucial aspect of their health is their oral care. From the very first baby tooth to the emergence of a confident grin, each stage of dental development plays a vital role in kids’ overall health, development, and self-esteem. But for some… Read More


added on: August 8, 2023
Great Grins Children's Dentistry in Tucson

Welcome back, busy parents! As the summer days draw to a close and the back-to-school season approaches, we know you have a lot on your plate. Between shopping for school supplies and getting those new backpacks ready, it’s easy to overlook one essential aspect of your child’s well-being – their dental health. Scheduling your kid’s… Read More


added on: July 12, 2023
Great Grins Children's Dentistry in Tucson

Playing sports and being physically active is great for overall health and helps kids burn off energy, especially in the summer months. However, sports and other activities that involve physical contact can come with a risk of dental injury. That’s why your pediatric dentist in Tucson will always recommend that kids wear a mouthguard while playing… Read More


added on: July 5, 2023
Great Grins Children's Dentistry in Tucson

It’s common for children to experience anxiety or fear when visiting the dentist. As a parent, it can be challenging to manage your child’s anxiety and help them feel more comfortable during their dental visits. However, there are several techniques and strategies you can use to make your child’s visit to their Tucson pediatric dentist… Read More


added on: June 20, 2023
Great Grins Children's Dentistry in Tucson

Summer is here, and kids are excited to take a break from school and enjoy the sunshine. However, as a parent, it’s still important to help your little ones take great care of their oral health during this time. Don’t worry, your pediatric dentist in Tucson has compiled some tips that you can follow in order… Read More


added on: June 12, 2023
Great Grins Children's Dentistry in Tucson

As a parent, you want the best for your child, including helping them grow strong, healthy teeth. The key to achieving and maintaining a healthy mouth for your child is to start early with regular dental visits to their pediatric dentist in Tucson. In fact, the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that children see… Read More


added on: May 15, 2023
Great Grins Children's Dentistry in Tucson

May is Asthma Awareness Month. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 25 million Americans have asthma, including 6 million children or adolescents. Asthma is a disease that affects the lungs and can cause shortness of breath, wheezing, and chest pain. This disease can often be treated, most commonly with an inhaler…. Read More


added on: May 8, 2023
Great Grins Children's Dentistry in Tucson

If your kiddos have been itching, sniffling, and sneezing lately, allergies may be to blame. In fact, a recent study shows that allergies may be starting earlier and be more severe than ever before. This could mean that more and more children are experiencing the side effects of high pollen counts, which is unpleasant in… Read More


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