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How Is a Children’s Dentist Different from a Regular Dental Professional?

Posted on December 29, 2020

According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, you should take your child for a dental checkup at six months. They recommend that their first visit be before their first birthday. At that stage, your children’s dentist can detect the first signs of oral health problems. In this article, we’ll look at how pediatric dentistry… Read more »


Should Your Child Be Seeing a Children’s Dentist?

Posted on December 23, 2020

Children’s dentists are the experts that specialize in caring for children’s unique dental needs. There are several reasons why choosing a children’s dentist is the best option for your child’s oral health care. Ensuring that your child is getting the best in dental care sets them up for a lifetime of good oral health. Learn… Read more »


A Guide to Help You Prepare Your Child for a Dental Visit

Posted on December 23, 2020

Proper oral hygiene practices are essential in protecting your child’s gums and teeth. Part of this parental responsibility is taking them to a kid’s dentist. While most children might dread their first dentist appointment, parents should take time to prepare their kids for their first visit. The Importance of Pediatric Dentistry About 40% of all… Read more »


Why Going to a Dentist for Kids Matters

Posted on November 30, 2020

It’s recommended that your kids see a dentist for regular checkups and cleanings, just like you would. Failure to keep up with their oral health now can lead to discomfort, missed school days, and problems with teeth as your children get older. After all, around 51 million hours a year are lost with students due… Read more »


Facts About Orthodontics

Posted on November 23, 2020

The best orthodontist is one that offers a range of orthodontic treatment services to help improve your smile and the health of your teeth. Orthodontic services are most commonly associated with braces, but that is not all the best orthodontist has to offer. While an orthodontist for kids or an orthodontist for teens is the… Read more »


When Should Your Child See the Orthodontist?

Posted on November 23, 2020

When should you make an appointment with a children’s orthodontist? A lot of parents ask this question. According to the experts, the sooner the better. Making an appointment to see a children’s orthodontist as soon as there are questions or concerns about the alignment of your child’s teeth is the best way to correct the… Read more »


The Best Time To Fix A Cavity Is Before It Starts

Posted on November 8, 2020

If you’ve never been a parent before, it’s probably been a long time since you’ve thought about trying to find a health professional. Certainly, you’ve never thought about the trials and tribulations of having to locate a dentist for children. But once you become a parent, these things come to the forefront of your mind… Read more »


How to Choose an Orthodontist

Posted on November 8, 2020

Sometimes it’s easy to get confused when deciding whether an orthodontist or a dentist is best suited to resolve your, or your child’s, dental issue. First, you should note that all orthodontists are trained dentists. However, only 4% of all practicing dentists are certified, orthodontists. This outcome arises from the fact that an orthodontist provides… Read more »


8 Reasons Your Child Should Get Braces for Straight Teeth

Posted on October 16, 2020

The positive effects of having your teeth straightened go beyond just having a beautiful smile. There are proven health, psychological and social advantages associated with braces treatment. Orthodontic treatment can give you a balance between function and aesthetics, transforming many spheres of your life. Here are eight reasons braces for straight teeth are important for… Read more »


3 Crucial Reasons Your Child Should See a Dentist Early On

Posted on September 29, 2020

Experts recommend visiting the dentist within the first six months after the patient’s first teeth erupt. These early dental visits can play a substantial role in their overall oral health to establish good oral hygiene habits. Research shows that untreated tooth decay in milk teeth (or baby teeth) is one of the top ten most… Read more »


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