With the holidays behind us, it’s the time of year that we get to reminisce on what went right and what went wrong during the year. It’s the time of year for resolutions, but instead of going down that route, we thought it would be better if we took a moment to appreciate the holidays that just passed. There’s plenty of time for resolutions.

This little song is one of cutest holiday songs we know. It’s almost impossible to have gone through the holidays without hearing it, but you’ve never heard it, then you need to right now! Here’s some of the lyrics from the song. Imagine singing it without your front teeth!

All I want for Christmas
is my two front teeth,
my two front teeth,
see my two front teeth!

Gee, if I could only
have my two front teeth,
then I could wish you
“Merry Christmas.”

It seems so long since I could say,
“Sister Susie sitting on a thistle!”
Gosh oh gee, how happy I’d be,
if I could only whistle (thhhh, thhhh) <-- (Trying to Whistle) This song is absolutely adorable especially if you can find a kid that is actually missing both teeth, it sounds like "then I could with you Merry Christmas!" It's a reminder as to how much we love taking care of children! It's also a good reminder about the importance of dental care for your children! During the holidays, you might have made some mistakes with your dental health over the holidays. A lot of holiday food is very harmful for your teeth. It's no big secret that pie and candy is unhealthy, even if it is delicious. You needed to have taken extra care of you and your children’s teeth during this time. Did you? You may think that one day out of the year full of candy and sugar can't hurt too much, but if you're not careful about your kid's teeth, it can do a lot of damage! According to the CDC, one in five of all kids aged 5 to 11 have at least one untreated decayed tooth. That's nearly 5 million children in the US! I know we said we wouldn’t touch on resolutions, but we just can’t help ourselves. Resolve to floss and to use a good fluoride mouthwash, and of course resolve to pay extra attention to your family’s dental health during the holidays! We hope you had a wonderful holiday! From our office to your home, have a wonderful new year!