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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 »


4 Reasons Your Toddler Should See a Dentist

Posted on April 2, 2021

Did you know that your child should have their first pediatric dentist visit by the age of 1? According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, your child should have an appointment by then, or within 6 months of their first tooth eruption. While that may seem young, there are several reasons that it’s necessary…. Read more »


Why is Seven the Right Age for The Orthodontist?

Posted on March 19, 2021

There is no real age limit to when you should see an orthodontist, but there is a “best” age to get started. The best age to get started with orthodontic care is seven. It may come as a surprise to many people that associate braces with teens, but according to the experts, seven is the… Read more »


4 Myths and Misconceptions About Pediatric Dentistry

Posted on March 12, 2021

Part of the parental responsibility is to instill good oral hygiene habits in your children. Proper dental care can help keep your kid’s teeth and gums healthy. However, most parents lose it after coming across the vast online misinformation on how best to take care of children’s teeth. You may have received a lot of… Read more »


How To Choose The Best Orthodontist For You

Posted on March 4, 2021

When you’re trying to improve yourself, you might consider many things: going on a diet, educating yourself, or meeting new people. While all of those things are wonderful, how many of us ever think to improve our smile? Especially for those adults that grew up in a time when braces were not affordable or weren’t… Read more »


6 Common Children’s Oral Health Problems

Posted on February 22, 2021

Children have unique oral health problems because their teeth are still developing. If there are signs of dental complications, you mustn’t procrastinate your visit to the dentist. Otherwise, your little one may develop cavities, canker sores, or misalignments. In this article, we examine some of the dental issues that are common in children. 1. Loss… Read more »


The Most Popular Orthodontic Treatment for Adults

Posted on February 16, 2021

Many people want a wonderfully bright smile to greet the world. Even if they’re just on a Zoom call or waving at a stranger on the street, a smile is one of the things that can leave a lasting impression. At one time, a great smile was simply something you were born with. But now,… Read more »


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