Blog Archive

How to Extend the Results of Teeth Whitening Jun 14th, 2019

Yellowing teeth are a natural part of the aging process, but you don’t have to resign yourself to having stained, dull teeth as you grow older. Today’s professional teeth-whitening products are effective, safe, and long-lasting. And once you achieve your desired “shade of brighter,” there are steps you can take...

Everything You need to Know about Pediatric Dental Restorations May 14th, 2019

If your child is suffering from a tooth infection or has a damaged tooth, they need a dental restoration to fix the problem now and prevent worse problems in the future. Dental restorations repair the shape and strength of a damaged tooth and include everything from fillings to crowns and...

Recognizing the Symptoms of Early Periodontal Disease Apr 8th, 2019

A healthy smile requires healthy teeth, but also relies on the tissue that holds those teeth in place: the gums. If this tissue becomes inflamed or full of infection, your oral health is at peril. Periodontal disease, or gum disease, can lead to tooth loss and the destruction of tissue...

How to Help Your Child Get Through Their First Dental Exam Mar 14th, 2019

You may be surprised to learn that experts recommend “first visit by first birthday” when it comes to your child seeing a dentist for the first time. There are lots of reasons for this recommendation, including the importance of preventive care, making sure there are no emerging issues, and helping...

The Benefits of Visiting a Special-Needs Dentist for Your Child Feb 20th, 2019

Choosing a pediatric dental practice introduces your child to dentistry in a positive way, so that oral hygiene and routine dental care assume a normal and ordinary part of life, not an experience to be feared or dreaded. When your child also has special health care needs (SHCN), they benefit...

Save Your Child from the Dangerous Effect of Sugar Sep 1st, 2018

With all the sugar in a typical child’s diet, it’s no wonder that cavities are on the rise. Not only is sugar dangerous to your kid’s health, but it wreaks havoc on their teeth as well. When sugar is left to sit on the tooth enamel, it turns into a...