Dental Facts and Findings on Pediatric Dentistry

A child's oral health care should be implemented as soon as their first teeth erupt above the gum line. This is because as soon as a tooth is visible, it can be susceptible to dental damage and decay. Normally, children will not be able to effectively care for their smile until they are six years old, so it will need... 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 process of the dental visit ahead of time. Discuss the... 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, you should not wait until your child has a toothache... read more »