Dental Sealants Are an Effective Method for Cavity Prevention on Back Teeth

As your child’s permanent molars and premolars emerge in the back of their mouth, it’s quite common for there to be deep textures in the occlusal biting surface. This furnishes the teeth with the ability to effectively grind and chew the tough foods they consume. At the same time, small food particles and bacterial deposits… Read more »

Teething Tricks to Help Any Young Child’s Smile

Did you know that teething is a perfectly natural event in the life of most young children? If your child is blessed with a beautiful smile, it is only a matter of time before their first set of teeth will appear. Before a child is 1 years old, their teeth will begin to break the… Read more »

Toothbrush and Toothpaste: Which One is Right for You Kids

Would you be surprised to hear that kids are as vulnerable to gum disease as adults? Would you be surprised to hear children are getting cavities more and more frequently? For instance, you’ve probably heard that brushing your little one’s teeth is extremely important if you’d like to avoid cavities, but did you know that… Read more »

How to Prevent Tooth Decay in Your Kid

Have you heard that kids are safe from cavities for the first few years? Sadly, this isn’t completely true. You see, about 40% of children have to deal with tooth decay between the ages of two and eleven. Furthermore, 28% of children between two and five will have at least one cavity. Luckily, there are… Read more »

Your Child’s Oral Health: How to Help

You are probably aware that you should floss and brush your teeth every day to keep your smile healthy and strong, but do you understand what you should do for your children’s teeth? In reality, there are several things you should do for your child’s oral health. As you may already know, it’s very important… Read more »

Treatment Methods for Teething in Children and Infants

Do you know how to properly care for an infant’s teeth? Do you know the treatment methods for children who are teething? Around six months of age, an infant will begin to show the first signs of their teeth crossing the threshold of the gum line, often referred to as tooth eruption. Unfortunately, this process… Read more »

What Bleeding Gums Say About Your Oral Health

You probably know that if you brush and floss your teeth every day it will help you keep your teeth healthy and strong. Still, what would you do if you found blood on your toothbrush after brushing your teeth? Similarly, have you ever wondered what you might do about what caused the bleeding, swollen, or… Read more »

How to Help Your Baby With Teething Pain

Raising a child can be difficult, and you probably know that teething can be a difficult time. Most children’s first tooth appears when your child is about four months old. Their teeth will continue erupting until they’re about two years old. Sadly, teething can be very uncomfortable and even painful, but there are a few… Read more »

Dealing with Your Children’s Cavities

Dealing with cavities in any of your children is usually a pretty challenging ordeal, but it’s almost always more work with your younger children than anything else. They don’t enjoy dental visits and if you handle their first cavity in the wrong way it can set a big precedent for how they handle dental visits… Read more »

Dentist Jokes for Kids

A wonderful new year is upon us once more, and we look forward to making smiles bright all year long. If your child is in need of an oral exam or professional cleaning, our superstar team at is here to meet their needs. Whether your child is teething, has lost another tooth, or needs a… Read more »