3 Tips to Keep Up with Your Dental Hygiene While Under Quarantine

With the changes that come with COVID-19, it’s easy to get out of your day to day routine. During this time, people should take care of their mental health, physical health, boost their immune system, and practice habits that promote good dental hygiene. Here are a few helpful tips to remember while under quarantine. 1…. Read more »

When Should You Go to a Pediatric Dentist?

Many parents choose to go to a Pediatrician for their children’s medical care, and a pediatric dentist is no different! They have specific training for developmentally appropriate care, and specifical physical needs of developing children. Here are some reasons you may consider a Pediatric Dentist for your child Specialized Care A pediatric dentist is trained… Read more »

When Should My Baby Visit the Dentist?

Why Should I Take My Child So Young? There are many precious firsts in your child’s life. First food, first word, first tooth. You know the power of making memories with your child as they experience each first, so why not make one more? If you ever have wondered: “When should my baby visit the… Read more »

Pediatric Versus General Dentist: What Is The Difference

There are a lot of questions that you may have as a parent when planning your child’s trip to the dentist. One the largest being, “Should I take my child to a family dentist or a pediatric dentist?” We are here to explore and explain the differences between family and pediatric dentists in order to… Read more »

Making Brushing and Cavity Prevention Fun

Has your child ever complained about not wanting to brush their teeth? We have heard children with disdain towards brushed numerous times in our office. But, brushing is such a large part of oral and dental care for your child. Brushing stimulates the gums and wards off gum disease and removes the tartar and plaque… Read more »

Cavities in Baby Teeth

When it comes to babies, it may seem odd to consider that cavities could be an issue. After all, it seems like it takes a period of years for patients to develop cavities. However, as impossible as it seems, babies are very susceptible to cavities and they definitely get them, even at such an early… Read more »