Keeping Your Teeth Strong and Healthy

Getting Your Toddler Prepared For The Dentist

If your toddler has been growing teeth since they were a few months old, it's probably time that they finally get a chance to sit in the dentist chair. This can be a strange and confusing time for them, which is why they need you to provide much needed guidance and encouragement before and during the experience. Prepare your toddler with these tips. Role Play An effective way to understand what your toddler might be feeling and thinking about this new experience is to play with them. Read More 

Lingual Braces-The Effective, Stylish, And Hidden Way To Straighten Teeth

Braces are a highly effective way of straightening your teeth and enabling you to have the smile you have always wanted. There are several different types of braces that can be used for straightening teeth; some types are fixed (metal braces) and others are removable (retainers), some are visible and others are invisible. Your orthodontist will examine your teeth, diagnose your condition and recommend the type of braces that will be the most effective for treating your teeth. Read More 

After The Family Dentist Visit: 3 Ways To Help Your Child Brush At Home

You take your child to the family dentist regularly. That's the first step in making sure that she has a healthy mouth. What else can you do to make sure that your child's teeth and gums stay in top shape? At-home care should be an essential part of your little one's dental health routine. You know your child needs to brush and floss, but she's putting up resistance. You ask, you beg, and you plead for her to brush twice a day. Read More 

Five Things to Keep in Mind When Planning Your Child’s First Dental Visit

Having your child visit their dentist is highly important, which is why you should schedule their first appointment early on in their life. This way, they understand the importance of taking care of their teeth. When scheduling your child's first dentist appointment, here are five things to keep in mind to help you prepare: Make the First Appointment at One Year Old: As soon as your child is one year old, you should schedule the first dental appointment. Read More 

The Ins And Outs Of Getting A Dental Crown

When you are dealing with a dental issue that could leave your tooth infected and decayed, there are a number of treatments that you will want to keep in mind. A dental crown is a very common dental procedure that you can take part in so that you are able to keep your dental health at the highest level. With these points below in mind, you will be able to learn as much as you can about these procedures and have a professional oral health professional handle it for you. Read More