Growing Up and Growing Teeth

Because they have never done it before, kids are not used to growing up. Losing, growing, and taking care of teeth can be scary for them, but you can teach them that it is a good and healthy experience. After all, as a full grown adult, you have lost all of your primary teeth or… Read more »

Toothbrush Etiquette

Did you know that the condition of your toothbrush can affect the condition of your teeth? Well, it’s true! If you think about it, if your toothbrush is carrying bacteria, then your teeth will too. Dr. and our team here at in , , cares for your oral health, which is why we are excited… Read more »

Getting Ready for Your Child’s First Dental Visit

At , Dr. and her staff want your child to be ready for her first visit, and to be comfortable at the office. One way to do that is start your dental visits early. The first visit to the dentist should take place within six months after your child’s first tooth appears but before her… Read more »

Pediatric Dentistry to Help Your Child Smile

Do you want to help your child’s oral health? Keeping your child healthy is a natural instinct in parents. That is why, our team here at in , , is happy to talk to you about pediatric dentistry and why it’s important for your child to visit a pediatric dentist. For starters, pediatric dentistry is… Read more »

Healthy Dental Habits for Kids

You might know that there are several things you should consider doing if you’re hoping to help your little one stay healthy and strong. For instance, you might know that brushing and flossing are extremely important, but did you know that you should also help your child develop healthy habits while they’re young? You see,… Read more »

Dental Erosion Checkups

Have you had an oral exam yet to check for dental erosion? Dental erosion, also known as enamel erosion, occurs when acids chew away at the precious tooth enamel protecting our teeth. Tooth enamel, the thin layer on our teeth, can be destroyed in a variety of ways, but it is typically harmful acids that… Read more »

Why it is Important to Floss Regularly

You probably understand that there are a number of things you should do if you’d like to protect your smile. For example, you may already be aware that you should brush your pearly whites and schedule regular appointments with us. Similarly, flossing is important and will help protect your oral health. However, do you know… Read more »

How to Deal With Sensitive Teeth

What do you know about caring for your sensitive teeth? Have you ever found yourself avoiding your favorite treats because you think that these treats might aggravate your tooth sensitivity? Unfortunately, sensitive teeth can be caused by several different dental problems—however addressing these dental issues may help you address this sensitivity. In fact, tooth sensitivity… Read more »

Bring Your Teeth More Pride with Fluoride

Did you know that fluoride is added to many state water supplies to protect the teeth of our children and young ones? Even many school districts mandate fluoridated water to ensure the risk of cavities decreases. Fluoride naturally occurs on earth in most bodies of water and is generally safe in small doses. However, exercise… Read more »

The Facts About Tooth Abscesses and Tooth Infections

Do you know what the differences between a tooth abscess and a tooth infection are? Would you be surprised to learn that many individuals confuse the two treatments? While they share some similarities, there are also significant differences. As you know, your body can usually fight off infections well. However, because blood doesn’t flow to… Read more »