Month: May 2018

Gum Disease Protection For Children

Many people consider gum disease to be a problem that only affects adults. Unfortunately, that is not the case. While it is rare for children to develop advanced forms of gum disease, children and teenagers are at risk for the mild form of gum disease, gingivitis, which can develop into the more serious stages. Protecting… Read more »

Summertime Tips For Happy, Healthy Smiles

For most family, summer means no school and the kids are hanging out at home more often than the rest of the year. Summertime can also mean vacation time, which can feel a bit stressful depending on how many and how little your children are. When the schedules of summer start to feel relaxed, it… Read more »

Making A Kid’s Trip To The Visit Comfortable

Visits to the dentist for adults are often straightforward and to the point, but visits for children, and especially for those that may have special needs, are a tad bit different. The environment needs to feel safe and supportive to make sure that your child feels comfortable at ease. Not only is this important to… Read more »

Extra Smile Protection With Dental Sealants

Protecting their child is often a parent’s number one priority. This protection includes keeping them safe and healthy. Protecting your child’s smile is not something you should have to do alone. By teaching your child good oral health habits, they can play a big part in protecting their smile. Your dentist and their dental team… Read more »

3 Things To Remember About Baby Teeth

Baby teeth, also known as primary or deciduous teeth, are the first set of teeth that a person gets. Baby teeth are important for children, as they help chew, speak, and even smile. This first set of teeth also holds places in the jaw for the permanent teeth to come in. If a baby tooth… Read more »