Monthly Archives: March 2017

Little Teeth Can Be Sensitive Too

Tooth sensitivity in adults can usually be attributed to a deterioration of the tooth enamel, an old filling that needs to be replaced or an advanced stage of gum disease, but when your child complains that his tooth hurts it usually means that he has a cavity. Sensitivity to hot or cold is a common Continue Reading

Choosing Kid-Friendly Tooth Care Products

What kind of toothpaste do you use? Do you buy what’s on sale or do you pay attention to brand names? You may even be influenced by the advertisements that you see and hear on t.v. or online. Anyone of these factors can go into making your decision although it is usually a good idea Continue Reading

Children Are Quick To Adapt

“Toddler” aged children are between one and three years old. It’s a time of great importance in the advancement of their motor skills and physical development. Their dental health will require more and more attention as their teeth continue to erupt. The eruption of the primary teeth is an important stage in the preparation for Continue Reading

Early Steps Toward Healthy Teeth And Gums

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry has estimated that up to 50% of children will suffer from tooth decay before the age of five. Considering this statistic we parents had better get an early start in motivating our kids towards achieving and maintaining good oral health. Home care, regular professional checkups and the right diet Continue Reading