Kids

BDC Cavity Free Kids Club

Join Our BDC Cavity Free Kids Club The Brodhagen Dental Care team is happy to announce that we are starting a “Cavity Free Kids Club”. All kids, 13 and under, that are found to cavity free at their dental checkup will get their picture put on our board (with parental permission) and be entered into…

ArmourBite® for Fall Football

ArmourBite® Mouth Guard for Fall Football To improve your performance at the fall football games, consider investing in an ArmourBite mouth guard. Made using multi-patented technology, it has proven to be ideal for contact sports as it provides enhanced protection for your teeth and gums while improving your focus and performance. Teeth clenching—an instinctive and…

The Truth About Thumb Sucking

Thumb sucking provides many children with comfort. Unfortunately, it is not the best habit for their growing jaw and developing teeth. If your child sucks their thumb or needs pediatric dental care in the Green Bay area, contact Brodhagen Dental Care. We offer a variety of services and treatments for the entire family and can…

Children and Dental X-Ray Safety

Starting your children with comprehensive and routine dental care from a young age is important to ensure they understand how to care for their teeth. Establishing good oral health habits and bringing them to the dentist regularly will set them up for a lifetime of preventative and comprehensive dental care. X-rays play an important role…

Why Prevent Premature Loss of Baby Teeth

Pediatric Dentistry: Why Prevent Premature Loss of Baby Teeth? Wondering about the benefits of pediatric dentistry? A pediatric dentist receives special training in the care and treatment of baby teeth. Regular checkups will help ensure the health of these teeth until they are ready to fall out and make way for permanent ones. Many people…

How Mouth Guards Prevent Concussion

Prevent Concussions with a Mouth Guard Sports like hockey, lacrosse, wrestling, football, baseball, soccer, gymnastics, and mountain biking can leave your teeth and head vulnerable to injury. Mouth guards can help protect your teeth from serious damage. Did you know your mouth guard can also limit the severity and risk of experiencing a concussion? If…

Teeth Through College

Get Your Teeth Through College, Too! College is an exciting time. New friends, new experiences and more independence can lead to a lot of changes and old habits that are left behind. Don’t let good oral health be one of those habits! Keeping up a good oral hygiene routine and taking care of your teeth…

Halloween and Your Teeth

Holiday and Halloween Tips to Protect Your Children’s Teeth from Cavities and Decay Halloween means candy, and lots of it! Read our holiday tips to find out how to protect your children’s teeth from the damage all the sweet treats can do. Monitor what they are eating, and help them make the right choices. Here…

ArmourBite for Back to School

ArmourBite: For Increased Endurance and Performance in School Sports Ensure ArmourBite is on your list of supplies for the new school year. The patented mouth guards and mouth pieces have proven protection and performance benefits for sports and related activities. Whether you are looking to boost athletic performance or simply keep your children’s mouth and…

Most Common Dental Problems In Children

Regular dental checkups and proper oral hygiene can help prevent some of the most common problems that children face. The important thing is to visit the dentist before issues arise. Read about the typical pediatric dental issues you need to stay vigilant about. Cavities: Tooth decay and cavities, often caused by frequent consumption of snacks…

Baby Teeth and Tooth Decay

Pediatric dentistry specializes in children’s dental health. It is a good idea to schedule at least two visits a year to ensure your children’s teeth and gums are healthy. Tooth decay on the rise Recent reports indicate a marked rise in tooth decay and cavities among children. Drinking and cooking with bottled water (which is…

The Tooth Fairy and Your Family

Do your kids leave their baby teeth for the tooth fairy hoping for some money in return? Many families subscribe to this tradition, just as they do with Santa Claus. It makes the transition from baby to adult teeth exciting and gives the children something to look forward to. Children are encouraged to keep their…

Halloween and Your Teeth

Holiday and Halloween Tips to Protect Your Children’s Teeth from Cavities and Decay Halloween means candy, and lots of it! Read our holiday tips to find out how to protect your children’s teeth from the damage all the sweet treats can do. Monitor what they are eating, and help them make the right choices. Here…

Child vs. Adult Root Canals

Treatment for root canals on baby teeth is quite different from the procedure performed on adult or permanent teeth. The most important thing to know is that it is faster and less painless than adult root canals. So do not let any of your own past negative experiences prevent you from getting your child treated…

The Truth about Wisdom Teeth

The Truth about Wisdom Teeth—Important Dental Facts Revealed Wisdom teeth got their nickname due to the age when they typically manifest themselves. These third molars usually grow until the dental arch becomes larger which is around the age of 17 to 25. Since this is considered the age of maturity or wisdom, the teeth earned…

What is a Cavity?

In this post on dentistry facts, we have explained how cavities impact your oral health. Cavities and tooth decay are common dental problems. Not many people know how they come about or how they impact tooth structure and health. If you suspect that you or your kids have cavities, visit your family dentist right away….

Pediatric Dentistry

How to Prepare for Your Child’s First Pediatric Dentistry Visit Pediatric dentistry offers specialized dental care for children in a kid-friendly environment. Your children may still get nervous about their first visit. Letting them know what to expect in advance can contribute towards a positive first experience and easier visits going forward. Here’s how you…

Common Pediatric Dentistry Questions for Parents

Pediatric Dentistry – 3 Common Questions Most Parents Have Pediatric dentistry is a specialized field of dentistry that caters to the oral health of children from birth through adolescence. A pediatric dentist has typically completed two to three years of specialty training that focuses on children, in addition to dental school. Pediatric dentists aim to…