Cultural Traditions About Baby Teeth

You most likely know that multiple cultures have differing versions of a Christmas figure like Santa Claus, but have you heard that most regions have their own traditions surrounding how to get rid of baby teeth? Here are a few of the ones we learned about and thought you may like. If you enjoy them,… Read more »

Breastfeeding and Teething, Are they Compatible?

Nursing an infant has many benefits to their health, such as reducing their risk of infections including ear infections, and asthma, SIDS, and even childhood obesity. But that isn’t all. Benefits also extend to their oral health as well, as their developing smile can attest. Let’s take a look! Preventing Baby Bottle Tooth Decay Your… Read more »

Crown Your Child’s Oral Health with Dental Crowns

Did you know that dental crowns can be used on children’s teeth? There are numerous situations where an oral crown could be the best option for a child. We’ve amassed this data on when that could be the case; please tell us as soon as possible if you feel that your child could be helped… Read more »

How to Prevent Baby Bottle Tooth Decay in Your Child

Did you know that tooth decay can afflict your infant? Baby bottle tooth decay has been growing in pre-school age children, and the culprit is prolonged exposure to the harmful effects of sugar. How does this happen? When baby bottles are filled with sugar and given to your child for long periods, the sugar will… Read more »

A Chipped Tooth Needs Professional Treatment from a Dentist

There are several bad habits that can increase your child’s chances of suffering a chipped or fractured tooth. This could involve nervously nibbling on utensils, using their teeth to open packaging, or failing to wear a mouth guard during rigorous athletics. If the chipped tooth doesn’t cause pain or sensitivity, you should still have it… Read more »

How Do I Know if My Child Needs to Wear a Mouthguard?

If you ever wonder if your child needs to wear a mouthguard, the answer is probably yes. Your child deserves a strong, healthy, and top-notch smile, and one of the best ways to maintain that smile is by protecting the teeth, gums, and jaw with a mouthguard. Our dentist, Dr. , would like to help… Read more »

How to Avoid Halloween Cavities

Halloween is approaching fast, and though your little ghouls and ghosts may want to feast on the spoils of their trick-or-treating with abandon, this isn’t the best idea. To prevent cavities at this time of year, form a plan. This plan should protect your little monster’s teeth, but still allow him or her to enjoy… Read more »

Pediatric Dentistry: The Way to Your Child’s Strong and Healthy Smile

If you want your child to have a strong and successful oral health, then you need to take them to a pediatric dentist, like Dr. . This means your child would see a dentist who specialized in treating the smiles of infants, children, teens, and children with special needs. Pediatric dentistry focuses solely on helping… Read more »

How to Prepare Your Child’s Little Chompers for the Fall Season

Fall is quickly approaching, which means you’re probably doing everything you can to get your child ready for school and transitioning from the “play all day” mentality to the “work all day” mentality. As you’re working on that, don’t forget about the smile. Your child also needs to be prepared for fall, and Dr. is… Read more »

Principles Concerning Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

As soon as your child’s first tooth breaks the gum line, it is visible to the dangers of the world, including dangerous bacteria and harmful acids. As soon as that first erupts, you should begin practicing effective oral hygiene habits including brushing your child’s tooth and keeping potentially harmful substances at bay. Furthermore, don’t risk… Read more »