Monthly Archives: April 2017

Let Nature Take Its Course

Children will have cavities. Their teeth are just not as resilient as adult teeth and so are more prone to the invasion of the bacteria that causes decay. If the cavity is found early enough and it hasn’t developed below the surface of the tooth it will be easier to treat but if the decay Continue Reading

Childhood Anxiety Is Real

If you see that your child is showing signs of anxiety about an impending visit to the dentist, you are not alone. In fact, studies have indicated that childhood dental phobia is quite commonplace. Whether they stem from outside influences or a personal experience there are ways to relieve these feelings of anxiousness that your Continue Reading

Helping To Strengthen Tooth Enamel

If you were to ask a pediatric dentist to name the foods or drinks that he considers to be most damaging to your child’s tooth enamel what would you expect to top the list? The fact is that pediatric dentists warn parents about the risk posed by any sticky sweet or starchy foods that can Continue Reading

Try Something Different

If you find it easier to brush your teeth with an electric toothbrush, why wouldn’t your child? The ADA has determined that both electric and manual toothbrushes do a good job in removing the daily plaque that forms over our teeth. Plaque is what leads to cavities if it is left to build up. Some Continue Reading