Maintaining Your Dental Health While Pregnant

Pregnancy can be an exciting for you and your spouse. And it isn’t any surprise that you want to provide the best care for you and your baby. But did you know that most women aren’t aware that the health of their teeth plays a significant part in the health... Read more »

Should You Pull Out Loose Baby Teeth?

We’ve all seen the videos online. A baby tooth wrapped in string is tied to an excitable dog, a fast car, or a Tokyo bullet train; objects which are set into motion to yank the loose baby tooth out of the mouth. As entertaining as these tooth-pulling methods may be,... Read more »

A Healthy Mouth is a Happy Mouth: Five Tips to Keep Your Child’s Teeth Healthy

1. Teach Good Habits - Even before your baby starts developing teeth, brush his or her gums with a washcloth along the gums. Once they start developing teeth, brush twice per day with fluoridated toothpaste. Once they are old enough (at least age 5), they should start brushing themselves with... Read more »

When Teeth Erupt: How To Deal With Uncomfortable Teething

If your child is between 6 and 12 months old, they may start to show their first tooth. You feel that this is very exciting, but your child just feels cranky. If they are fussy, show a loss of appetite, or have trouble sleeping, then teething may feel uncomfortable for... Read more »

Caring For Baby Teeth Is Important For Lifelong Dental Health

Teeth play a significant role in a child’s life. Baby teeth start to show when an infant is 6 to 12 months old, they fall out when a child is 6-12 years old, and then a set of permanent teeth grows in. Amid all of these changes, the baby tooth... Read more »

The Pros and Cons of Dental Veneers

Dental veneers are very thin shells of ceramic bonded to the front of the teeth. They are usually used to hide discolored, chipped, or broken teeth, and can be placed on children and/or adults. The Pros • Veneers improve your smile. Veneers mask most discolored or chipped teeth while whitening... Read more »