Parenting College Student

Successfully Parenting a College Student The day you’ve thought about for 18 years has arrived. Your baby doesn’t look so little anymore, holding that college acceptance letter. In an instant, your mind races through your nearly two decades together. You think about baby rattles, cribs and crawling. Then suddenly, you remember middle school braces, their…

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cavity

Cavities need to be treated quickly. When you take your child to the dentist, the news that they have a cavity is probably the last thing you want to hear. Even if your child is old enough to brush their own teeth, you might find yourself feeling responsible for the cavity—especially if it’s their first…

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pediatric dentists

You want your teen to love going to the dentist. How fast kids grow up—one instant you’re chasing your little ones around the room for bath time and reading them bedtime stories, and the next they’re in high school, taking steps toward college, adulthood, and independence. You have to start planning for—and making—a lot of…

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brush and floss

8 Fun Ways to Encourage Your Child to Brush and Floss While children need to start practicing dental hygiene as soon as their baby teeth start coming in, the average child won’t develop the motor skills to properly brush and floss until after the age of six. This means that you, as a parent, are…

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