Month: March 2018

Types Of Easter Treats To Avoid

Easter can be a very special holiday for a family. It can also mean that there are aisles at the grocery store overflowing with pastels and brightly colored treats and sweets. It can be easy to over-indulge when it comes to Easter baskets. It can be easy to think that all candy is equal, but… Read more »

Spring Cleaning For The Smile

A synonymous phrase with the Spring season is “spring cleaning.” When the sun comes out after hiding away during winter, it can create some inspiration to get everything a little bit more clean and fresh. Dust and dirt are swept and scrubbed away with a little bit of elbow grease, leaving everything sparkling clean! We… Read more »

What’s Special About Special Needs Dentistry?

Developmental disabilities can make everyday dental care a challenge, which can make routine dental visits even more important for those of us with challenges. Children and adults with special health care needs still need care just like everyone else, but they may require a dentist who caters to those with specialized needs. Special needs dentistry… Read more »

Smile Care As Kids Become Teens

If you are a parent of a child turning into a teenager, you are probably worried about a lot of things already. Among those worries, there are also some concerns regarding oral health in children as they transition into and go through their teenage years. These concerns can involve activities at home, school, sports and… Read more »

Protecting Little Smiles From Gingivitis

Gum disease, in it’s earliest form, is known as gingivitis. You may already talk to your child about the importance of taking care of their teeth, but have you included gum care into the conversation? It is absolutely important that you understand the basics of this first phase of gum disease, so that you can help… Read more »