Month March 2018

When To Visit A Pediatric Dentist

A lot of new parents wonder, when should I first take my child to the dentist? The majority of Americans don’t take their children to the dentist until they are over the age of two. In 2009, Morpace Inc. conducted… Continue Reading →

Why Your Child Doesn’t Like Certain Foods: Taste Buds

Have you ever wanted to know why kids, regardless of their age, choose sugary treats instead of fruits and vegetables? Is there a reason behind this, or is it simply a preference they’ve developed throughout the years? Today we take… Continue Reading →

What To Do About Sensitive Teeth

Sensitive teeth can be an extremely bothersome problem, however, it’s also a very common issue. Here are some tips on what you can do for them to ease the pain and bring comfort. What Causes Sensitive Teeth? If you can’t… Continue Reading →

Common Dental Emergencies For Kids

As a parent, you may experience a situation when your kid is having a dental emergency. Dental emergencies are events that can cause lots of pain and discomfort in the mouth area for your children. There are many different types… Continue Reading →

Is Sedation Dentistry Safe?

Dental visits, for some, cause fear and anxiety. Some fear going to the dentist because of the pain they may experience during a dental treatment; however, sedation dentistry helps to easy the anxiety. Sedation dentistry is medication that helps a… Continue Reading →

How To Get Your Child To Smile

Smiling is a very important quality for people to have. When people do, they just seem friendlier and approachable. They can also be considered a lot more attractive. This is true for adults and children. Young kids like to naturally… Continue Reading →

A Close Up Look At Enamel

The enamel that covers the tooth is the hardest material in the body. Everyone has seen skeletons that are thousands of years old, but the skull may still have all its teeth. Even bone can’t be expected to last as… Continue Reading →

5 Dental Hygiene Tips

As parents, we all know that it is a never-ending challenge to make sure that our children are using proper hygiene. The truth is that many kids (and even teenagers) do not like to brush their teeth and floss or… Continue Reading →

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