Protect Your Family’s Smiles During Spooky Season!

Halloween will be here before you know it, and your family will have delicious confections in buckets! You might as well call it candy season because of the number of treats offered at every event this season. Everyone is in the mood to celebrate the change of season and indulge in their favorite spooky treats like candy corn, caramel apples,... read more »

Protect Your Child’s Smile This Summer With Our Healthy Tips and Tools!

Summer is here with its warmer weather and fun outdoor activities! Whether you are on a staycation or vacationing, you can make sure your child’s smile thrives during this time when routines change and slow down. You still want to make sure your child’s smile doesn’t take a break from healthy habits, no matter what you’re doing! While summer is... read more »

Your Questions About the Tooth Fairy Answered

Losing your beautiful baby teeth is a very exciting time in any child’s life and as a tooth fairy, I’m so excited to collect those baby teeth and answer your questions. I have enjoyed receiving and reading your letters and the letters of children from around the world. I would like to answer some questions that I get asked a... read more »

Small Cavities Can Often Be Treated With Dental Fillings

Having a dental checkup administered twice a year is an important part of maintaining a healthy mouth in the long term. These appointments include a professional dental cleaning and polishing to remove hardened tartar and minor dental stains. Once the bacterial deposits have been cleared away, our dentist will perform a comprehensive dental exam. This phase of the appointment will... read more »

Boost Your Child’s Oral Health Care this Season with Dental Sealants

Do you know what a dental sealant is? Dental sealants are oral health care procedures designed to apply a thin coating directly onto the chewing surfaces of teeth for an additional layer of protection. Dental sealants are designed to improve and protect your child's smile by lowering the risk of tooth decay and cavities in their chompers. In fact, studies... read more »

Signs and Treatment of Gum Disease

Our pediatric dentists and team stress the importance of improving and upholding your child’s dental health. Your child should brush his or her teeth at least twice a day and floss once a day. In addition you should, schedule and keep your child’s regular cleaning appointments. These simple practices can help prevent gum disease, which is an infection that attacks... read more »