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How Do Dental Sealants Work?

Children make the best candidates for dental sealants, as they consume candy, juices, and other unhealthy foods more often and fail to clean their teeth thoroughly. They develop cavities that must be sealed immediately to block off the bacteria. Learn… Continue Reading →

Dental Hygiene As A Family

As parents, you are tasked with the responsibility of teaching your children the importance of good dental hygiene, and modeling how to take care of their mouths properly. However, how can you teach your children how to have good oral… Continue Reading →

Can My Child Eat Before His/Her Appointment?

Dependent on what type of appointment your child has scheduled is the primary deciding factor if he or she can eat/drink beforehand. If it is just an exam and consultation, your child can eat and drink small amounts to help… Continue Reading →

Are Dental X-Rays Safe?

At one point in time, most parents have become concerned about the safety of X-rays. People often hear stories about radiation being emitted from sunlight, microwaves, and computers. Parents should not be concerned about dental X-rays when they take their… Continue Reading →

What Kind of Training Do Pediatric Dentists Have?

Every parent has dealt with difficult situations where their child is afraid of something. It is any parent’s nightmare to have to fight their kid to go somewhere that is necessary to maintain proper health like going to the dentist…. Continue Reading →

What Happens If A Tooth Decays Under The Sealant

What Are Dental Sealants? Dental sealants are clear, plastic materials that are applied to the grooves of the back premolars and molars, where most cavities in adolescents are found. Sealants are typically put on the teeth of adolescents with molars… Continue Reading →

FAQs To Consider When Choosing The Right Pediatric Dentist

Many parents begin taking their baby’s to the dentist at an early age. It’s a great way to establish a relationship with a local dentist in your area. A great dentist should endorse healthy dental care practices and preventative care… Continue Reading →

Teeth-Friendly Snacks For The Whole Family

Keeping your family’s teeth healthy is an important part of taking care of a family. Together, you should ensure that the food you ingest is not only healthful to the body but the teeth as well. Most of the food… Continue Reading →

Everything You Need To Know About Root Canals

If your child has a severely damaged tooth, one that is decaying or infection, your dentist might recommend having a root canal procedure. Root canals can be necessary to save the tooth instead of fully removing it. Here’s what to… Continue Reading →

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