Month: November 2018

Your Child’s Dental Health: 2 Things To Avoid

Being a parent is not easy. It is a constant balancing act with no guidebook or instructions. When it comes to your child’s dental health, your dentist is your best resource. Two things that can lead to a problem getting out of hand are waiting it out and trying to diagnose it yourself. With most… Read more »

Holiday Treats Can Be Trouble For Young Smiles

Thanksgiving can be a favorite holiday of just about every family member. After all, it can be hard NOT to enjoy a day so full of great food! If you practice smart smile care, you can be aware that too many tasty holiday treats might be hard on your teeth. You can even recognize the… Read more »

Smile Care: Keep It Simple

In this day and age, it can seem like everything is overly complicated. While keeping up with the discipline of a daily routine (especially with little ones) may not be easy, it can be simple. Keeping a list of simple tasks for the family can be an efficient way to protecting everyone’s smiles. Our team… Read more »

Can Babies Get Tooth Decay?

The short answer is yes, babies (infants and toddlers) can experience tooth decay in their smiles. As soon as the first tooth appears, it is susceptible to attacks from harmful bacteria and acid. This makes it important that as soon as the first tooth emerges in your baby’s smile that it lines up with their… Read more »

Dental Sealants: A Smile’s Safety Net

The fight against cavities is not exactly an easy one for adults or children. It is important to remember that the fight is not a solitary one. Your children have you, their parents or guardians, to help them defend their smiles. Your dentist is also a strong ally in the protection of smile health. When… Read more »