Kitsap Kid's Dentistry

Teething Rings for Babies

Teething Rings for Babies: Are they Safe? While your baby getting their first teeth might be an exciting moment of parenthood, the process can be very uncomfortable for your baby. Teething usually begins between the ages of four and seven months and can be a painful process. While a teething ring can help soothe your […]

6 Tips for Teenagers- Guidelines for Healthy Tooth Care

Life is full of exciting experiences and challenges as a teenager, but one crucial aspect that often gets overlooked amid the hustle and bustle is oral hygiene. Maintaining a healthy and radiant smile is essential for self-confidence and plays a significant role in overall well-being. Good habits formed now can positively impact your future. This […]

8 Helpful Tips for a Teething Toddler

teething toddler

Helpful Tips for a Teething Toddler Between about 13 and 19 months, toddlers are set for their first set of molars to erupt. While some make it through the teething process relatively unscathed, others experience a range of symptoms that may include pain, irritability, sleeplessness, inflamed gums, drooling, rash and relentless chewing or gum rubbing. At two […]

Should Your Teen Still See a Pediatric Dentist?

Should your teen still see a pediatric dentist?   A question we are often asked is, “Should my teen still see a pediatric dentist or switch to a dentist for adults?” If you’ve been taking your child to the dentist since an early age, they’ve probably already visited a pediatric dentist instead of a general […]

Healthy Snacks for When You’re “On the Go”

Healthy Snacks for When You’re ‘On-the-Go’ We all know that brushing and flossing are important for dental health. But consuming a balanced diet rich in nutritious, low-sugar foods is also important. Sometimes life can get busy and families need to snack while away from home. Many snacks that aren’t good for your body are also […]

What is Teething?

What is teething?   What does it mean when your baby is teething? Teething, or primary tooth eruption, is when teeth first come through a baby’s gums. It can be a frustrating time for babies and their parents. Knowing what to expect during teething and how to make it a little less painful can help. […]

Yellow Permanent Teeth in Children

Why are my child’s adult teeth coming in yellow? You may have noticed that when your child’s adult teeth begin to erupt, they come in darker and more yellow than baby teeth. Rest assured, this most likely isn’t because your child’s teeth are stained or that they’re doing a poor job brushing. Why Are Permanent […]

Unhealthy and Healthy Drink Options for Children

One of the biggest hazards to your child’s tooth enamel is the drinks they consume on a daily basis. As a parent, it’s important that you provide your child with drinks that will be healthy for their teeth, rather than damage them. We have put together a list of the top drinks for your child […]

Does your child’s tooth have the wiggles?!!? What to know about wiggly teeth!

After years managing your baby’s discomfort and pain while their teeth cut and push through their gums – the time comes for them to fall out! At the age of six or seven, your child will start experiencing loose, wiggly teeth because their permanent teeth are ready to erupt! This could be an uncomfortable experience […]

Foods to Avoid after Sealants

We often get the question, “What foods should my child avoid after getting dental sealants?” To answer that question, we must first understand what dental sealants are and how they help protect teeth. What are dental sealants? The chewing surfaces of the back molar teeth contain pits and crevices. Even if your child brushes and flosses carefully, […]