Prevent Cavities with Pediatric Dental Checkups

Did you know that cavities are the most common disease children face today? The development of cavities in your child’s smile could result in them missing several hours of school and turning in poor schoolwork as a result of distracting dental pain. We encourage you to schedule regular dental checkups for your child to reduce… Read more »

Pondering a Pediatric Dentist for Your Child

So, you have a new baby. Congratulations! Along with taking your child to the pediatrician for regular developmental check-ups, it will soon be time to find a pediatric dentist. In the meantime, just follow the guidelines below and your child will be on a path to a long life of healthy smiles! You will need… Read more »

Baby Bottle Tooth Decay Is Avoidable

Having a child is a huge responsibility. With this responsibility comes many cares, concerns and questions, many of which have no specific answer. Luckily, when it comes to teeth, there are answers! Let’s look at a common concern–Baby Bottle Tooth Decay. We’ll address what it is as well as what to do to prevent it…. Read more »

Teething Babies and Brushing Teeth

Teething can be hard on both parents and baby, especially at first. Your baby’s first teeth will likely come in between four and six months old, and as soon as that first tooth comes in, it’s important to start brushing. Baby oral care is as simple as it is important, and keeping their mouth clean… Read more »

Basic Information About Mouth Guards

Do I need a mouth guard? For those who play sports, mouth guards are often recommended. A mouth guard can be beneficial while playing any sport but are especially important for contact sports like football, boxing, and hockey. A mouth guard can help protect the teeth, jaws, and soft tissues from injury during sport. How… Read more »

What are Wisdom Teeth?

What are you aware of about wisdom teeth? Do you know about their other name? Do you have any? Find out about wisdom teeth by reading this information we’ve amassed, and note any extra questions you have concerning wisdom teeth and ask them on your next appointment in our office. Wisdom teeth, also referred to… Read more »

Avoid These Habits if You Want Your Child to Have a Top-Notch Oral Health

Unfortunately, there are many habits in the world today that can harm your child’s smile. As you have probably already guessed, it’s best to help your child avoid those habits altogether. That way they can have the strong and healthy smile and oral health they deserve. To help you help your child, our dentists, Dr…. Read more »

Maintain Optimum Oral Health with Teething Treatments

Are you aware of what teething is and the effect it will have on your child’s smile and their oral health care? If you do not know what teething is, it is a common oral health condition in which their teeth erupt above the gum line to settle firmly in their mouth. Although the process… Read more »

Help Your Child Have a Tooth-Healthy Holiday

Let’s face it–the holidays can be very busy. It’s very easy to give up on coaxing your kids into positive oral health care habits during such a stressful time. But don’t give up on it! Getting blindsided by an emergency dental visit is not a good addition to your holiday plans. Enjoy these tips to… Read more »

Help Your Child Have Fun While Losing Their Baby Teeth

The process of losing baby teeth should be fun and exciting. It is a life milestone after all! If you’re having a hard time making this process enjoyable for your child, our dentist, Dr. , has some tips that can help you. First, tell your child about the Tooth Fairy. The Tooth Fairy makes things… Read more »