How Can You Watch Out for Baby Bottle Tooth Decay?

Baby bottle tooth decay is a condition impacting the mouth, teeth, and gums of children below the age of 6. When a child has Baby bottle tooth decay, their oral cavity is filled with cavities and could also end up with potential tooth loss. If you’re meticulous with your child’s... Read more »

Help Your Child Enjoy Dental Visits With These Tips

Some children find the dental office to be a little scary, but we are committed to helping them feel calm and comfortable in our care. To help your child enjoy a pleasant dental experience, use some of the following tips to promote comfort and relaxation: - Explain the purpose and... Read more »

What Do Other Countries Do with Baby Teeth?

Did you grow up giving your pearly whites to the Tooth Fairy? Would she also leave a bit of money under your pillow in exchange for the tooth? If so, you probably grew up in the United States. Our Tooth Fairy custom is exciting for us, and other countries have... Read more »

Brushing for Children Under 3

You might think that treating a child’s baby teeth isn’t that imperative since they’re going to fall out on their own sooner or later anyway. However, caring for baby teeth is a must because, without them, adult (also called permanent) teeth will not come in straight, but instead crowded and... Read more »

The Dental Treatments You Need If You’re Pregnant

The health of your child is paramount, especially so when you're expectant. To keep your baby healthy during all the trimesters of pregnancy, it's imperative to visit the dentist's office for certain procedures such as regular inspections and cleanings. We often get asked about X-rays by expecting mothers. Unlike what... Read more »

What You Should Do Before and After Baby Bottle Tooth Decay Appointments

Paying attention to the side effects of baby bottle tooth decay is a great way to battle its effects, but sometimes you’ll need professional help to deal with the disease. Use the below info to help your child prior to and following their baby bottle tooth decay visit to our... Read more »

How to Teach Your Child About Tooth-Healthy Foods

Part of having good oral hygiene is having a healthy and balanced diet. As you may already know, there are foods and drinks that can harm the smile by weakening the enamel and creating cavities. If you want your child to have good oral hygiene their whole life, our dentist,... Read more »

One of the Best Things You Can Do is Weave Good Oral Hygiene Habits into Your Child’s Life, Even If It’s Tough

Are you tired of trying and failing to instill good oral hygiene habits in your child? If so, you’re not alone. Many people struggle with this problem. The good news is that our pediatric dentist, Dr. Amy Tennyson, has some tips and tricks that can help make things a bit... Read more »

Your Child’s Trip to the Dentist

Your child’s first, or even second trip to the dentist does not need to be a traumatic event for you or your child. There are steps that you can take to ensure that visiting the dentist can be a positive experience for your child, and stress-free experience for you. Ideally,... Read more »

Teaching Your Child to Brush

If you are lucky, your child is excited to brush her teeth. She bounds out of bed every morning and makes a bee-line for the sink, ready scrub her teeth; and she looks forward to brushing her teeth every night. However, many parents discover that convincing their child to brush... Read more »