It’s exciting when your baby gets their first teeth. However, those new baby teeth are prone to several problems that could negatively affect their long-term health. We discuss some of those issues here.
Oral care management for children with special needs can be difficult, especially since these kids may be more susceptible to many oral diseases. Here’s what you need to know about your child’s dental health needs.
Using a custom-fitted mouthguard can mean the difference between keeping your child’s teeth safe and well or dealing with a dental emergency after a hit to the mouth. Keep reading to learn more about these beneficial mouth appliances.
Maybe you think putting dental crowns on baby teeth is a waste of time and money since the teeth will be replaced with permanent teeth. Here’s why dental crowns on baby teeth later affect your child’s adult teeth.
Even though baby teeth are temporary, keeping them clean and healthy is still essential, which is why you should know how to avoid bottle decay. We explore what bottle decay means for your child and what you can do about it.
Many people consider desserts to be an essential pleasure, but your child’s developing teeth feel differently about sugar than you or your child. Sugar can be tasty, but it comes with less-delicious consequences.
All of us are born with teeth that start off tucked away in our gums, and they push their way through when they’re ready to go. Taking care of and understanding new little teeth can give your baby a great start. Read on to learn more.
Root canals are no fun, but they can be especially tough for children who may already be apprehensive about visiting the dentist. Fortunately, our experts have some tips and information that can help you calm your child’s nerves.
How soon should you start bringing your little one in for dental appointments? That’s a great question. Tiny teeth need special care, but putting your baby on the path to optimal oral health is as easy as coming into our office.
It’s completely normal for a young child to suck their thumb, but it’s also important to wean them off of this habit, else there could be consequences for their developing teeth. Read on to learn more.
Cavities sound scary, but are common in children, and treatable. Watching out for your child also means watching out for their oral health, and our friendly professionals are here to guide you along the way.
Getting your child to brush their teeth and get into bed is the struggle of most parents of young people across the nation. Here are some tips that can take the edge off of the first important step to your child’s overall health and well-being.
It might be hard to believe when you have to think about braces for your little tyke, but keeping their smile healthy is one of the best things you can do to ensure their longevity. If your child needs braces, the time to start could be soon.
Fluoride is one of the important building blocks and protectors of teeth, but using it with young children can get tricky. While fluoride is certainly important, there is a big difference between what a baby needs and what an adult needs.
Every single patient has different needs, and our mission is to accommodate everyone. The unique challenges of raising special needs children includes finding a dental care provider who is sensitive and experienced with special needs children.
Unfamiliar places and people, strange noises and sensations — it’s understandable that your child may be less than enthusiastic about dental work. Explore how sedation dentistry can put everyone safely at ease.