What Should Parents Do if Their Child Falls and Chips a Tooth?
The sad truth is that as much as we might want to, we can’t wrap our kids in bubble wrap. We can’t lock them away, hoping they will never get hurt. Kids will be kids. Sometimes they bump into things, and sometimes, they trip and fall. In most cases, kids will get back up and…Read More →
Is There an Age Limit for Seeing Your Pediatric Dentist?
4 Questions About Age and Kids’ Dental Care Adults know they need to see a dentist every 6 months for a checkup and cleaning, but what about kids? Many new parents are unsure when their baby should see a dentist for the first time or when their growing high schooler should switch to a general…Read More →
Sedation Dentistry for Children: 4 Top Questions Answered
Most adults—and kids—know that going to the dentist is a far better experience than it used to be. With modern dental technology, today’s dentists can provide an experience in the dental chair that is safe, comfortable, and often painless. But for some, this knowledge isn’t enough. And for some kids, their anxiety can get the…Read More →
Oral Health Starts As a Baby With These Healthy Habits
Your child is never too young to start thinking about their oral health. Good habits form early, so we encourage parents to get in the habit of instilling good dental habits in their children and start focusing on their child’s dental health earlier than they think. If you ever have any questions relating to your…Read More →
Interview with Dr. Frannie: a Dentist Driven by Compassion
Let’s welcome Dr. Frannie to our team and learn what makes her a kind and fun-loving kids’ dentist. A pediatric dentist is an important person. They have the tools and education to make children comfortable and at ease during their very first dental trips. As you and your kids see your pediatric dentist year after…Read More →
Save Time, Money, and Pain With Dental Sealants
Discover how dental sealants can prevent tooth decay. Many parents are familiar with fluoride and its ability to help protect their children’s teeth. And although fluoride is a beneficial weapon in children’s dentistry and the fight against tooth decay, it is limited in its ability to protect the whole tooth since it only works on…Read More →
5 Symptoms of TMJ in Kids You Shouldn’t Ignore
Symptoms of TMJ in Children and Treatment Options As a parent, it can be difficult to watch your child go through pain, whether it’s a boo-boo from a tumble during play or an emotional response from forgetting their favorite lovey at a friend’s house. You may have built up a couple of go-to fixes for…Read More →