Summer Safety for Kids Includes Dental Checkups Too - 21 News Now, More Local News for Youngstown, Ohio -

Summer Safety for Kids Includes Dental Checkups Too

Posted: Updated:
“I guarantee you pain free and extremely compassionate dental service for children and adults. My down-to-earth approach to dentistry and unmatched customer service has been recognized and awarded in Southeast Michigan.”
Parents spend a lot of time teaching kids about water and sun safety in the summer – but at the expense of important daily reminders about good dental hygiene.

DETROIT (June 26, 2014) – Kids and parents alike look forward to summer break. Vacations, sunshine, day camp and more await eager children who are ready to spend time away from their classrooms. Parents spend extra time teaching their kids about summer-specific dangers like swimming in the deep end and avoiding sunburns. But when the routine of school days is behind you and the lazy days of summer are ahead, are you sure you are keeping your children’s dental health in mind too?

When the days grow longer and the rules tend to relax a bit, schedules that are kept strict during school days can fall to the back burner. Reminding kids every day about their responsibilities to their teeth is never something that should falter during the more relaxed days of summer.

As the warmer temperatures and longer days approach, bedtimes tend to creep backwards. Kids who spend hours outside playing or swimming in the heat can easily fall asleep without going through their typical bedtime routine, which includes brushing before bed. Regardless of their daily activities and the amount of light outside, it is important to enforce a specific bedtime and make kids perform their evening activities each and every night. Instilling in them the importance of brushing before bed will help create this habit throughout their lifetime.

Even in the case of working parents, the summer months are better for annual check-ups at the dentist. You have the opportunity to schedule a visit without having to take into account any field trips, school picture days, or inclement weather.

Having the annual cleaning done in the summer also allows for more time to deal with any issues that may come up during the exam. If a child needs a cavity filled, parents don’t have to worry about more missed school for another appointment.

And most importantly, when a kid gets the chance to see the dentist and talk about their brushing and flossing habits, it tends to reignite a spark and make them recommit to taking care of their teeth. In the middle of the season of candy apples and ice cream floats, a well-timed visit to the dentist can offset many of the usual summertime pitfalls of dental health.

Spark Dental, located in Warren, MI has a team dedicated to family dentistry, specifically dealing with the needs of children in the Detroit metro area. Dr. Monica Assad has been seeing kids and adults in the community for many years and encourages parents to use the summer time to take care of any dental checkups and subsequent work for their children. For more information about their staff and services, please visit www.sparkle-dental.com

About Sparkle Dental:

Dr. Assad is a highly trained dentist in Warren, MI, providing a full range of dental services including general and preventative care, oral surgery, cosmetics, invisible braces, endodontic, periodontics and pedodontics. They cater to both adults and children, guaranteeing pain-free visits for the whole family.

Find us on Facebook!

For more information, please visit www.sparkle-dental.com

Media Contact
Company Name: Sparkle Dental
Contact Person: Dr. Monica Assad DDS
Email: Send Email
Phone: (586) 619-3920
Address:30801 Schoenherr Rd Suite. 200
City: Warren
State: MI
Country: United States
Website: http://sparkle-dental.com/

Source: www.abnewswire.com

ReleaseID: 13064

  • Ohio/Pennsylvania NewsMore>>

  • Man steps in front of truck, sets himself on fire

    Man steps in front of truck, sets himself on fire

    Monday, September 15 2014 7:14 PM EDT2014-09-15 23:14:38 GMT
    OBERLIN, Ohio (AP) - Authorities say a man stepped into traffic on a northeast Ohio highway and then set himself on fire. Ohio State Highway Patrol officials say 28-year-old Hugo Ramos of Cleveland pulled to the side of the highway, stepped into the road and was hit by a truck. Ramos then got up, retrieved a container of gasoline from his car, swallowed some of it, poured the rest on his body and then set himself on fire as three children sat in his car. Officials say a bystander extinguishe...More >>
    OBERLIN, Ohio (AP) - Authorities say a man stepped into traffic on a northeast Ohio highway and then set himself on fire. Ohio State Highway Patrol officials say 28-year-old Hugo Ramos of Cleveland pulled to the side of the highway, stepped into the road and was hit by a truck. Ramos then got up, retrieved a container of gasoline from his car, swallowed some of it, poured the rest on his body and then set himself on fire as three children sat in his car. Officials say a bystander extinguishe...More >>
  • Police: Man lying in road struck by car, killed

    Police: Man lying in road struck by car, killed

    Monday, September 15 2014 10:29 AM EDT2014-09-15 14:29:55 GMT
    HERMINIE, Pa. (AP) - Authorities say a man apparently lying in the road in front of a western Pennsylvania high school was struck and killed by a car. Officials in Westmoreland County said the accident happened shortly after 1:40 a.m. Monday in front of Yough High School in Sewickley Township. State police said the pedestrian was apparently lying in the northbound lane of Lowber Road when he was hit by a car. Police said the driver reported seeing what appeared to be an object in the road an...More >>
    HERMINIE, Pa. (AP) - Authorities say a man apparently lying in the road in front of a western Pennsylvania high school was struck and killed by a car. Officials in Westmoreland County said the accident happened shortly after 1:40 a.m. Monday in front of Yough High School in Sewickley Township. State police said the pedestrian was apparently lying in the northbound lane of Lowber Road when he was hit by a car. Police said the driver reported seeing what appeared to be an object in the road an...More >>
  • Central Ohio teen shot to death

    Central Ohio teen shot to death

    Monday, September 15 2014 9:58 AM EDT2014-09-15 13:58:15 GMT
    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - A central Ohio teenager was shot to death over the weekend. The Franklin County coroner identified the victim as 17-year-old Reb Barbee. Police say the teen was shot at about 5 a.m. Sunday in Prairie Township west of Columbus. Friends and neighbors told reporters that Barbee stumbled into his home leaving a trail of blood. The Franklin County Sheriff's Office hasn't released any details of the shooting and hasn't announced an arrest. Copyright 2014 The Associated Press....More >>
    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - A central Ohio teenager was shot to death over the weekend. The Franklin County coroner identified the victim as 17-year-old Reb Barbee. Police say the teen was shot at about 5 a.m. Sunday in Prairie Township west of Columbus. Friends and neighbors told reporters that Barbee stumbled into his home leaving a trail of blood. The Franklin County Sheriff's Office hasn't released any details of the shooting and hasn't announced an arrest. Copyright 2014 The Associated Press....More >>
Powered by WorldNow
All content © Copyright 2000 - 2014 Worldnow and WFMJ. All Rights Reserved. For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy and Terms