Even if your child brushes and flosses after every meal, they may occasionally need a tooth filling. So that you know what to expect, we’ve put together a few of the most frequently asked questions about children’s fillings. Keep reading to learn more.
Ceramic braces are growing in popularity, and in the right situations, they can be a great alternative to traditional wire braces. Wondering about ceramic braces? Trying to figure out if they are right for you? Then, keep reading. Here’s an overview of what you need to know.
To safeguard your child’s oral health, you should take them in for teeth cleaning every six months. Professional cleaning goes further than what you can do at home on your own, and in particular, it can remove stubborn plaque. Wondering about the process? Here’s what happens at a child’s teeth cleaning and a look at how this process can differ for children and adults.
Tired of brushing battles? Want morning and bedtime routines to be easier? If so, you are not alone. Many parents struggle to get their kids to brush their teeth. To make the process easier, take a look at these tips from a children’s dentist.
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Proper dental care is critical for young children. As a parent, you set the tone on dental care, and the habits you help your child establish may affect their dental health, both as children and in the future when they become adults. Here are just a few of the reasons you need to help your children focus on proper dental care at a young age. Continue reading Start Proper Dental Care at a Young Age
When kids and teens visit our dental office, they love the experience. At Dentistry for Children and Teens, we work hard to make sure our patients are comfortable and happy. Here’s just a few of the reasons that kids and teens like coming to our dental office.
Clear braces or ceramic braces are similar to traditional wire braces. They feature brackets on your teeth with wires connecting the brackets, but unlike metal braces, ceramic braces are tooth colored. That makes them less noticeable. If you’re considering clear braces, take a look at these advantages. Continue reading The Benefits of Clear Braces
In some cases, your children may need a tooth extraction. Dentists recommend extractions in a range of situations. Here’s a closer look at a few instances where a child may need an extraction.
In the years before your child gets braces, they may need a range of other treatments. General checkups and routine cleanings are givens, but you may be wondering what other services your child may need. Here’s a look at some of the most common children’s dental procedures. Continue reading Common Procedures for Children’s Dental Treatment
Dental emergencies aren’t just for adults. Unfortunately, children can face dental emergencies as well. As a parent, it can be hard to watch your child go through a painful situation, but if you’re armed with the right information, it’s easier to navigate these situations.
These are some of the most common dental emergencies for kids along with tips on what to do and when to contact an emergency dentist.
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