Oral Hygiene: Why You Should Brush Your Teeth at School

Your oral hygiene routine should include brushing every morning and night and flossing at least once a day. If you want to go above and beyond and take one step closer to a healthier smile, you can brush your teeth at school after lunch as well. Brushing your teeth at school can help you in… Read more »

Preventing Cavities in Kids

As a parent, it can feel like you’re always taking kids to the dentist for a cavity filling. Kids love their sweets, after all, and those treats have a knack for creating cavities. The good news, however, is that there are a lot of different ways you can help prevent your kids from getting cavities…. Read more »

Pediatric Dentistry Primer

You already have a general dentist, but now you have a new baby and are wondering where to bring him (or her) when the first tooth comes in. It can be confusing, but we’re here to help you out! Below are some reasons why a pediatric dentist is an ideal choice for your baby. As… Read more »

Oral Health Marvels: Pediatric Dentistry

If your child is in need of oral health care, it is important that they visit their pediatric dentist. Pediatric dentistry is a specific branch of dentistry designed specifically for the care of younger individuals. Because children often require slightly different methods for keeping your teeth and gums clean, different treatments and restoration processes will… Read more »

Embody the Tooth Fairy Spirit

It’s probably been a long time since you lost your first tooth. However, you may still remember the magic, wonder and excitement of leaving that tooth under your pillow and discovering that it had been replaced with a reward in the morning. Bringing that same magic to life for your child may seem like a… Read more »

Potential Pediatric Dental Emergencies

Accidents happen, and a dental emergency can occur at any time. Have you thought about what you will do when your child needs emergency dental treatment? At , we will always make can accommodate emergencies, but there are things you can do until we can see your child. When an Object Is Lodged in the… Read more »

How to Stop Thumb Sucking

Does your child suck their thumb when they are upset or scared? This can be a perfectly normal and acceptable habit for infants and toddlers, but when does it need to end? Can sucking on a thumb really make changes to their teeth? The answer is yes, yes it can. Sucking on their thumb can… Read more »

Is It Time For Your Child to See the Dentist?

Our pediatric dentist and team know how important your child’s dental exams are to their oral health, and we encourage you to take your child to the dentist every six months. These visits enable us to screen for any undiagnosed oral conditions, including a chronic dental issue or a painful tooth. If your child struggles… Read more »

Getting a Visit From the Tooth Fairy

The tooth fairy is a fun concept. Who doesn’t get a thrill to discover a few coins or paper money under your pillow in exchange for a baby tooth? This thought can turn a potentially distressing event into something fun for everyone. So, what can you do as a parent to help your child when… Read more »

Baby Teething Basics

When pearly whites first start erupting from your child’s jaw and through their gums, you’re likely going to love the development as much as they will: that is to say not very much. This eruption phase can be painful for the child, making their gums sore and tender. Imagine the sensation of a new tooth… Read more »