Give Your Kids A Headstart

One of the most important reasons that children should receive pediatric dental care at the earliest age is so that they will become accustomed to the environment of the office and hopefully avoid the fear and anxiety that their parents may have experienced when facing their own first dental procedure. Trying to convince a child Continue Reading

Water Is Always The Best Choice

There is actually quite a difference between an “energy” drink and a “sports” drink but they do have at least one thing in common, they can both harm your child’s teeth. Sports drinks are formulated to replace the water and minerals that are lost through vigorous exercise. The risk, however, is in the sugar content Continue Reading

Pediatric Dental Care Is Special

A general dentistry practice is able to offer a wide variety of services particular to the various ages of your family members. A pediatric dentist, on the other hand, is focused solely on the needs of your children from the time their first tooth erupts through to adulthood. Everything from the specialized tools used for Continue Reading

Facing That First Procedure

If you have taken your child to a pediatric dentist from the get-go he is now used to the surroundings and the sounds of the office. Hopefully, he has had the same hygienist all along, one who will greet you and your child by name and take a genuine interest in your well-being. Seeing familiar Continue Reading

It Should Be A Smooth Transition

Some children begin to lose their baby teeth as early as age 4. The average age is 6 but 8 is not out of the range. If your child’s baby teeth came in at an earlier age than most he will probably lose them sooner as well. It’s a natural process of replacement that signals Continue Reading