In our last month’s blog titled ‘Take note if your child is a mouth breather’ we discussed the negative impact that mouth breathing can have on the development of a child’s facial and dental structure. The sooner nasal breathing and correct swallowing is established, the better.
It may surprise you to learn that although babies and young children naturally breathe through their noses, more and more children are developing the bad habit of breathing through their mouths as they grow. In many cases the problem can continue unnoticed until adulthood when it becomes more difficult to correct.
A little movie about Zac's trip to The Dental Lounge @ Robina - "5 Star viewing for all ages!"
As an independent dentist, we can take more time with our patients. We get to know you and offer a relaxed environment.
Don't worry, we don't take it personally. You might not want to go to the dentist, but you know you should. Come in and let us surprise you!