Without routine dental care, your kids can develop tooth decay, gingivitis, and other serious oral health concerns. Fortunately, with children’s dentistry we can offer preventive treatments, as well as lifelike restorations, to care for little smiles.
Category: Children’s Dental Care
We always urge parents to bring their kids into the office for routine checkups and cleanings. Like adults, children benefit from routine care to avoid the onset of tooth decay and gingivitis, as well as other oral health concerns. But what do we do to make kids comfortable during their visits?
Without proper care and maintenance, your little ones can develop decay, gum inflammation, and other problems that threaten their smiles. Fortunately, there are good habits your kids can maintain that will help protect their little smiles. From proper brushing to regular visits for checkups, you can help protect your children’s oral health.
Cavities impact patients of all ages, but due to several factors kids can seem especially prone to developing them. Without proper home care and regular visits to the dentist, kids can develop cavities that threaten the comfort and health of their smiles. How do we prevent and treat children’s cavities? What can you do from… Read more »
In the picture to the left, you will see one of young patients, Ellen. She, like many children who visit our office, enjoyed her experience and learned a lot about improving the health of her smile. Like adults, kids need to visit the dentist to about the risk of decay and other oral health… Read more »
On Wednesday, we discussed the steps you should take as a parent to help your little one maintain a healthy smile. Today, we want to cover a common question our patients often ask regarding their kids: How do you prepare a kid for his/her first visit? While we recommend talking to them and telling them… Read more »
As a parent, caring for your little one’s smile can be confusing. For example, at one point we were told to never let children under three use fluoride toothpaste, now the American Dental Association (ADA) has ruled that fluoride toothpaste is safe for young children in small doses. One of the common questions we hear… Read more »
Like you, children are susceptible to tooth decay. When they develop cavities, they can experience discomfort and a lack of treatment can increase the likelihood of the tooth becoming infected or prematurely lost, impacting alignment. Can you prevent tooth decay from forming in children’s smiles? With a preventive approach to dental care, both at home… Read more »
We want the same thing you want for your children’s smiles: good health. A healthy smile can impact overall health and help ensure their teeth continue to shine. Different stages of a child’s life require different approaches to oral health care. We want to offer some tips on how to better care for your child’s… Read more »
Children are just as susceptible to tooth decay as teens and adults. In some cases, they may be more susceptible due to lack of proper oral hygiene. Fortunately, you can help educate your children on the best ways to avoid the onset of cavities. You can help protect your kids from decay with a combination… Read more »