✔️ Learn how to avoid a lifetime of cavities for all your kids (how does saving ~$10,000 over a lifetime of dental visits sound?)
✔️Know exactly what to ask when your kids DO need dental care
✔️Learn exactly what functional dentists do from the start to ensure their kids never need braces
🦷 You take your child to the dentist when you’re supposed to, you never skip those fluoride treatments, and you brush and floss and limit candy.
🦷 And yet, your child has a 60-90% chance of getting this entirely preventable disease.
🦷 Those aren’t great odds for your kids.
My family follows a pretty healthy diet. Since I make sure everybody brushes every single day, I thought I was doing all the right things to prevent my girls from getting cavities.
And yet, I learned SO MUCH from this guide that we’ve been implementing for the whole family. Growing up and having several fillings myself, it’s great to know that now I can prevent all this for my daughters.
I especially like the supplement & toothbrush/paste recommendations, which cut out the guessing game and make me feel confident that what I’m giving my daughters is the best.
If there was a ‘What to Expect’ series for your kids’ teeth, this is it. It’s like having a dentist in your pocket, on your side, at every stage and age.
— Lesley Merritt, Mom of 2
In my 35 years of practice as a family dentist, it's always been more meaningful to me to fix the root cause of what's causing the cavity, not just to fill it.
It's hard to put a kid under anesthesia. Even when it's necessary at the time, I always ask myself, "How could I have educated my patient to help prevent getting here in the first place?"
Many parents don't realize that, when your kids get a cavity, it doesn't necessarily mean you're not doing a good enough job with brushing and flossing.
Brushing and flossing are important, but they're just one piece of the entire equation. And if that advice actually worked, then we wouldn't being seeing cavities in 60-90% of kids.
I looked everywhere for a resource where I could point my patients, but I couldn't find one.
So, I've made my own. Now, you can get everything that I tell my patients in this guide.
You don't have to fly across the country to see me to get this advice — it's all right here in this guide, available for immediate download.
- Mark Burhenne, DDS
A $27 price tag for a single mom felt steep, but a friend recommended this guide and I decided to take the plunge.
I found out that, as diligent as I’d always tried to be with my daughter’s teeth, there were so many things I could do better and so many tools to implement that I didn't even know existed!
Plus, the super quick "short versions" are insanely helpful when I don't have time to sit and read all the details.
I can’t say enough about how WORTH IT buying this guide was for me.
— Gloria, Mom to 10-year-old Bella
📈 Nearly 50% of children between 2-11 have developed tooth decay in baby teeth.
📈 23% of those kids are living with untreated cavities, which is a sign of poor overall health.
📈 7-19% of youth 5-19 years old have untreated tooth decay in their mouths right now.
📈 60-90% of school-age children get cavities.
✔️ Information most dentists don’t explain about how tooth decay happens in the first place
✔️An action plan outlining exactly what to do at every age
🦷 0-6 months
🦷 6-24 months
🦷 24+ months
✔️Time for a filling? What to ask your dentist
✔️Tips for good oral health with special needs children
✔️Recommendations for thoroughly tested, non-toxic, kid-friendly products to build stronger teeth
As both a former hygienist and a mom, I wanted so much to prevent my son from ever getting a cavity. I saw it on a daily basis — kids coming in to have multiple cavities filled, tears, kicking/hitting the nurses, screaming and trying to rip out their IVs, and all because of some cavities! 😩
And this was at a kid-friendly office!
It was awful to see my patients like that, and I certainly didn’t want to put my son through that.
I was lucky enough to start with the Parent Action Plan in this guide when my son was young, my only regret is not getting it while I was pregnant!
— Jennifer Gibbon, Mom to Leo