Pediatric Dental Issues That A Family Dentist Can Treat

16 January 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

A family dentist is trained to treat the teeth of people of all ages. If you are the parent of a small child, you may want to allow your youngster to be treated by your dentist instead of by a separate pediatric dentist. As your child grows, various dental issues may surface. Here are a few pediatric dental problems that a family dentist may treat. Tongue Tie Your child's tongue is connected to the floor of their mouth. Read More 

5 Tricks To Avoid Fillings When You Have A Cavity-Prone Kid

15 December 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Kids can be a handful, but getting them to do a good job brushing their teeth is one of the hardest tasks a parent can face. Sometimes, however, kids get cavities no matter how hard the parent tried, no matter how well or often the child brushed. Sometimes you just have a cavity-prone kid. Here's a few tricks that might help avoid the dental drill. 1. Brush more often: Most kids brush in the morning and at night. Read More 

Orthodontist-Approved Tips For Playing Sports While Your Child Has Dental Braces

13 November 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Getting dental braces is a right of passage for many children today. However, while many parents want to protect their investment and keep their children out of sports programs while wearing them; however, this really isn't advised nor necessary. A child wearing braces can participate in any sport they wish, as long as they follow each of these orthodontist-approved tips. Wearing an Orthodontic Mouthguard Is Mandatory All kids playing sports should be wearing a mouthguard to protect their teeth. Read More 

Are You Experiencing A Major Positive Life Change? 3 Signs Of Stress To Mention To Your Dentist

9 October 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Major life changes such as starting a family or relocating are often good things, yet you should be aware that even positive events generate stress. While you may already know to do things such as get enough rest, you might be unaware of the serious effects that stress can have on your oral health. Naturally, you should always reach out to your primary care physician for help coping with life's stresses. Read More 

Three Ways To Make Your Smile More Youthful

25 September 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

You want a younger-looking smile and you don't know what you can do to improve the way your teeth look. As you age, your teeth naturally become discolored and shift as your jaw bone shifts as well. The result is an aging smile that you feel self-conscious about. Your dentist can perform a variety of cosmetic procedures to improve your smile and help you feel good about yourself. Here are three ways to make your smile more youthful. Read More