When Should My Child See a Pediatric Dentist?

Posted on October 19, 2023

There’s some debate over when you should take your child to see a dentist for kids. Some parents claim a child should head to the dentist when they develop their first tooth, while others say a baby doesn’t need to see the dentist until they hit school age. Here’s everything you need to know about… Read more »

What to Expect as Your Child Loses Their Baby Teeth

Posted on October 18, 2023

Seeing your child’s first tooth come in is quite an exciting milestone. According to the AAO, you should take them to their first dental visit when this happens, but you shouldn’t wait any later than their first birthday. Fast forward a few years and the rest of the baby teeth will have appeared and eventually… Read more »

What to Expect During Your Child’s First Braces Consultation

Posted on October 16, 2023

Going to the orthodontist is often a rite of passage for many children and teenagers. After all, your orthodontist ensures that your kid’s teeth will be straight, which will help produce beautiful smiles and good oral hygiene. Read on for insight about what you and your child should expect during your initial braces consultation. Examination… Read more »

Why an Orthodontist Specializing in Children’s Orthodontic Services Is Important

Posted on October 13, 2023

If you or your dentist notice issues with the spacing of your child’s teeth, if there are jaw issues, such as cross bites and overbites, or if your child has difficulty speaking, your child may benefit from orthodontic care. As you look for an orthodontist for your child, look for one who specializes in children’s… Read more »

How a Proper Oral Health Routine Prevents Dental Issues

Posted on October 11, 2023

Practicing good dental care is essential to oral health. Your teeth are the first things people see when you smile and they help you chew, grind, and digest your food properly. That’s why it’s important to have clean and straight teeth, so you have good overall health and confidence. Here are three ways a good… Read more »

How to Spot Dental Issues in Children

Posted on October 10, 2023

Unfortunately, there are a good number of kids out there who have dental issues. One out of seven American teenagers has one or more untreated decayed teeth, according to Colgate. What should you be looking for so that you can bring them to a pediatric dentist? Here are some signs that you should keep your… Read more »

3 Ways to Make Brushing Your Teeth Fun for Kids

Posted on October 9, 2023

It can be hard to get kids to focus on anything, including brushing their teeth. According to Aqua Fresh, in order to properly brush, they should be doing it for two minutes, which may seem like a lifetime for them! How can you make this important task fun? Here are three suggestions! 1. Make a… Read more »

Why Has Metal Always Been a Trusted Material for Braces?

Posted on October 6, 2023

Correcting your child’s or your own teeth requires getting high-quality orthodontic care options. For example, braces are still the most effective and beneficial way of improving your smile. Amazingly, according to Pop Science, metal brace adjustments have been in use for about 5,000 years! Why have they remained so popular? Here’s what you need to… Read more »

3 Long-Term Benefits of Wearing a Retainer

Posted on June 12, 2023

Picture this: You start a journey to a new beautiful smile by getting invisible aligners or enduring the wires and braces. After months of dedication and numerous dental visits, you’ve finally achieved your dream! A brilliant smile with straight teeth. But contrary to popular belief, your journey is still ongoing. This is where the magic… Read more »

How Are Cavities Formed in the First Place?

Posted on March 17, 2023

Over a quarter of U.S. adults aged 20-44 have untreated cavities, according to the CDC. With so many people potentially at risk, it’s important to understand how cavities form in the first place. Armed with the power of knowledge, help from children’s dentists, and healthy habits, you can do your best to fight against cavities… Read more »

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