Dental Nook Co: Your Partner in Oral Hygiene by Renell D. Pacrin
Who is using Maxam toothpaste? I did! We did! It is the only toothpaste we knew when we were kids. Our mother buys few boxes whenever she purchases cosmetology supplies in Manila. True or not, this article didn’t take a toll on us who used Maxam toothpaste when we were young. And didn’t spare me too, to suffer from tooth decay. And who used rock salt in tooth brushing? I did! We did! The way we were in our dental care, where oral hygiene wasn’t given much attention during our childhood.
Dental Nook Co Experience
As a homemaker, it is not only the routine chores, preparing healthy meals, taking care of house pets and garden, that you need to attend to. You have to ensure that each member of the household is in excellent health. As a starter at Mima’s Homey, when our princess is ready for her oral hygiene orientation, I brought her to her first dental appointment when she was two years old, with a healthy and complete set of milk teeth. It was a well-baby dental check-up and cleaning which became regular and enjoyable (because they have treats for kids after the dental check-up)!
According to our family Dentists, it is best to bring children to a dental clinic regularly, most especially when they are not in pain due to tooth/gum problems. This will avoid the tendency for young children to have a traumatic experience on their first dental visit.
Trainer for Kids (T4K)
When her set of permanent teeth started to come out, although her milk teeth are still well, she was prescribed to use the pre-orthodontic Trainer for Kids (T4K). Since she’s still very young to have braces, the T4K was indeed of great help as a starting appliance in her tooth eruption guidance and correction. We would like our princess to have a healthy and nice set of teeth, hence, we made sure of her daily T4K use as well as a constant routine check-up. There was a time when we have to frequently return to the clinic for temporary filling’s repair of some of her permanent teeth. It has something to do with her tooth anatomy (according to the Dentist) despite having a healthy dental and oral hygiene.
When she reached high school, she started using braces, then retainers during college. And still, habitually visits the clinic for dental prophylaxis. Whenever I see her perfect smile, I am assured that we have taught her a good oral hygiene orientation and norm. I was able to spare her from sleeplessness caused by tooth decay ache. It is one of my unforgettable childhood experiences.
For almost twenty years now, our family Dentists from Dental Nook Co, takes good care of our dental health very well. They provide excellent dental services for children and adults, they are very professional, friendly, and accommodating. We visit as patients, but they treat and make us feel we’re family. They always extend to us their TLC (tender, loving care). For individual and family oral hygiene, make it a habit and prioritize your dental health care, smile healthy!
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About the Author:
Renell A. Dela Cruz – Pacrin is a development worker (support staff) for seventeen years who loves to cook and bake. She earned a degree in Secretarial Administration and passed the NC II (National Certificate) in Bread and Pastry Production. During her free time, she bakes cookies, cakes, and pastries, mostly for her lovely daughter’s packed snacks, family occasions, and sometimes made to order. Currently self-employed, she focuses more on her spouse’ van rental business, home duties, exploring handicrafts, and taking care of the homey.