Category: Family Dentistry

Helping Kids Sustain Healthy Smiles

There are different strategies that adults can comfortably employ to fight the onset of dental decay and gum disease. Preventive efforts are important for kids, too, but they can have a harder time with maintaining healthy teeth simply because they are less experienced with this kind of activity. You can offer guidance to them at… Read more »

Using Dental Sedation During Treatment

While you can be less than thrilled to learn that you need restorative dental work, you can find that a positive treatment experience makes the work itself easier to arrange and undergo. For some individuals, anxieties around dental work can make any kind of appointment, even routine care, feel so daunting that they try to… Read more »

Tips For Maintaining Healthy Gums

The right combination of daily efforts and regular dental checkups can help you stay on top of your oral health needs. One thing to keep in mind is that when you want to keep your smile safe from harm, you should focus on taking care of your gums along with your teeth. The efforts you… Read more »

Keeping Up With Preventive Dental Visits

Preventive dentistry helps patients stay safe from the persistent oral health threats that can negatively impact their appearance and overall well-being. Problems like gum disease and tooth decay are managed through smart daily care, but you should not feel solely responsible for keeping yourself safe against these problems. You should also take care to schedule… Read more »

Spice Up The Tooth Fairy Tradition

Tooth Fairy

The Tooth Fairy is undoubtedly a time-honored tradition. Almost every adult has memories of placing a baby tooth under their pillow and waking up in the morning to a little money. While this is has worked for many years, it’s about time that we improve the tradition, bringing it firmly into the 21st century.  In… Read more »

Protect Your Children’s Teeth

Children's Dentistry

Good dental habits start at a young age. By teaching your child the proper way to care for their teeth, you are setting them up for a lifetime of good oral hygiene. Like adults, kids need to brush their twice a day and floss them daily. When they are very young, you will have to… Read more »

Added Strength For Younger Smiles

Pediatric dentist educating a smiling little girl about proper tooth-brushing, demonstrating on a model. Early prevention, raising awareness, oral hygiene demonstration concept

Making sure your children brush and floss regularly can be a difficult task to accomplish, depending on their age. Communicating the importance of oral health and a clean smile can be difficult to put into words, and besides, they have time to perfect the process. In reality, however, it is never too early to get… Read more »

The Importance of Taking Care of Tiny Smiles

Bacteria naturally occur and affect all smiles, but if left unmanaged, harmful bacteria can grow, spread, and cause potentially detrimental effects. While you may have instilled that having a healthy grin starts with consistent brushing and flossing habits at home to protect from harmful bacteria, it is crucial that regular checkups and cleanings re not… Read more »

Could Chronic Bad Breath Be a Warning?

Brushing your teeth when you wake up in the morning is a natural habit for most people, and it’s important to your oral health for many different reasons. The point is to remove the bacteria that have accumulated on your teeth, gums, tongue, and oral tissues throughout the night, and eliminating the common “morning breath”… Read more »

Is It Possible to Prevent Teeth Stains?

The point of preventive dental care, including your daily dental hygiene routine, is to protect your smile by preventing some of the more common types of dental problems from developing. For instance, both tooth decay and gum disease can have many contributing factors, but they form specifically when oral bacteria are allowed to infect your… Read more »