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Why a Pediatric Dentist Is Essential for Your Child’s Health

Posted on July 8, 2021

Perhaps there is nothing sweeter than a child’s smile on a summer day. But children, just like adults, can develop cavities and lose their precious teeth if they’re not taken care of with proper care. Once you know how a quality pediatric dentist can help your child have the wonderful smile they deserve, we think… Read more »


Braces Treatment: Differences Between Adult and Children Orthodontics

Posted on July 8, 2021

According to statistics, between 25% and 50% of children require orthodontics treatment. The procedure for treating children is considerably different from adults. Physiology, oral health history, and psychological factors may impact the approach to treatment. In this article, we will explore why the procedures are different between children and adults. 1. Adults Have Fully Developed… Read more »


Am I Too Old for Braces? Adult Orthodontics Explained

Posted on July 8, 2021

People have suffered from misaligned jaws and crooked teeth from 400 BCE henceforth. Nonetheless, only one in five orthodontic patients is an adult, with the most common age group being between ten to fourteen years. While braces are associated with kid dentistry most of the time, there are adult orthodontic treatments that can help you… Read more »


Things You Should Know Before Getting Adult Braces

Posted on July 1, 2021

Misaligned teeth are a common problem among kids, teens, and adults. For a long time, braces for adults were considered an awkward treatment. Currently, several orthodontic treatment options are comfortable and inconspicuous. The stigma that was once there has been surpassed by technologies like clear aligners and lingual braces. Nearly four million Americans wear braces…. Read more »


Missing Teeth and Their Oral Health Implications

Posted on June 4, 2021

The American Association of Orthodontics recommends seeing a professional whenever you have orthodontic problems. But ideally, it shouldn’t be later than age seven. One problem we sometimes see in children is missing teeth. Missing teeth can cause a wide range of problems including misalignment or crooked teeth. Additionally, your child may experience difficulty chewing food… Read more »


A Simple Guide on What to Expect During and After Braces Removal

Posted on May 18, 2021

Most kids and teenagers often find themselves in need of braces when growing up. Braces correct misaligned, overcrowded, crooked, and overlapping teeth. They can correct an overbite and an underbite and conditions where the upper and lower jaws are disproportional. If your child already has braces, they will eventually have to be removed; the average… Read more »


Impacted Teeth: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment Options

Posted on May 11, 2021

As they emerge, obstructions can prevent some teeth from breaking through the gums. Most of the time, the problem affects wisdom teeth. But other teeth can also be either partially or fully impacted. Sometimes the condition may remain undetected until you undergo an examination at the orthodontist’s office. In this article, you’ll find out more… Read more »


What Causes Cavities in Children?

Posted on May 4, 2021

More than four out of 10 children will develop cavities by the time they start kindergarten. According to the CDC, dental cavities remain the most common chronic disease of children ages six to 11. Unfortunately, not only do they cause discomfort, but they can lead to chronic oral health problems in the future. Here is… Read more »


Why Early Childhood Dental Visits are Important

Posted on April 29, 2021

Watching your child’s teeth grow is a fantastic milestone for any parent. They can start flashing that adorable grin when they only have a couple of teeth, and it instantly melts your heart. But, as soon as this happens, it’s not uncommon to have concerns about their oral health, especially when you notice something that’s… Read more »


6 Tips to Calm Your Kid’s Fear of the Dentist

Posted on April 29, 2021

It probably comes as no surprise that some kids are scared to go to the dentist. A visit to the dentist is a little like a visit to the doctor—kids don’t know what to expect, and they’re afraid it will hurt. But, frequent visits to the pediatric dentist are crucial for good oral health. So,… Read more »


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