Preventative Dental: A Set of Steady Habits

Preventative dental is the best method to practice in order to protect your mouth and teeth. It helps you reduce the number of dental treatments such as root canals, extractions, fillings, and periodontal surgery. You can save yourself from many diseases and protect your teeth for a lifetime with  preventative dentistry. However, a lifetime of protection… Read More »



The truth about pacifiers

According to the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD), pacifiers can bring benefits and drawbacks. Among parents, using a pacifier can be a highly debated subject, even if your child has already demonstrated positive feelings their binky. On the positive side Pacifiers provide a source of comfort to infants. Pacifiers can assist in reducing the chance… Read More »


When it comes to your child’s dental health, don’t wait

You can’t afford to wait until your baby actually has teeth to begin his or her good oral health care. In fact, your baby’s primary teeth begin forming long before birth — around your sixth week of pregnancy. Therefore, to ensure your child’s proper dental development, your diet must contain all the proper nutrients, such… Read More »


The exciting comings and goings of your baby’s teeth

You’re likely to celebrate when your baby pops out his or her first tooth, around three or four months, especially since it could put a temporary end to teething-related crying and drooling. And before your know it, the day will come when those amazing first teeth begin to loosen and fall out – another exciting… Read More »


Learn about general anesthesia in pediatric dentistry

If your child is extremely frightened of the dentist and dental procedures, you may avoid bringing him or her to the office for treatment. It’s understandable, especially considering that the very sound of a dental drill can traumatize some children. But dental treatment is extremely important for children’s oral and overall health. That’s why we… Read More »


Prepare your child’s teeth now for life after braces

The “braces years,” (or months, depending on your child) can be difficult ones. The goal is to give your child straight, attractive and properly functioning teeth, and you both look forward to the day when a new and confident smile can be revealed. But in the mean time, you need to make sure your child’s… Read More »

  • Posted on: May 4 2020
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