How to Help Your Kids Prevent Cavities

If you want your child to have a top-notch oral health and smile, then they need to prevent cavities. Cavities are very dangerous dental issues that attack and severely damage the teeth. They form when your child has poor oral hygiene and when they expose their enamel to cavity-causing substances,... Read more »

The Right Toothpaste for Your Kid

If you want your child to have the top-notch smile they deserve, then it’s important to properly and effectively clean their teeth and gums regularly. This means you need to help your child keep up on oral hygiene. However, oral hygiene is only effective if you use the right tools.... Read more »

Don Your Tooth Fairy Wings!

As a parent, it’s been a long time since you lost your first tooth. However, you may still remember the magic, wonder and excitement of leaving your lost tooth under your pillow and discovering that it had been replaced with a reward in the morning. Bringing that same magic to... Read more »

A Pediatric Cavity Might Require a Dental Crown

While children eventually lose their 20 primary teeth by mid adolescence, pediatric tooth decay is still a serious cause for concern. When a cavity develops on one of your child's teeth it can quickly cause discomfort and sensitivity. If your son or daughter has a distressed primary tooth, you need... Read more »

The Ways You Can Help Your Toddler Stay Calm in the Dental Chair

Do you struggle to help your toddler feel calm, comfortable and entertained in the dental chair? If so, you’re not alone. There are many parents who struggle as well. Dental appointments for toddlers can be frustrating for many. Fortunately, we can work as a team to help your child have... Read more »

Oral Hygiene Tips for Babies

Do you want your baby to have a top-notch oral health? If so, you have come to the right blog! Today, our pediatric dentists, Dr. Bailey and Dr. Reimschissel, are happy to talk about oral hygiene for babies. Our tips can help you help your child have the best smile... Read more »

Toothbrushing for Children Over 3

When your little one becomes old enough to start caring for their own teeth (around 3-6 years old), it’s good to supervise them to make sure they’re learning properly and not using excessive amounts of toothpaste. Here are some tips on how you can help your child learn to brush... Read more »

Understanding Baby Teeth

Is anything more important than the health of your children? If you’re a new parent, you really understand that there’s nothing a parent would do to take care of their child. That’s why treating the teeth of your child is so crucial to do right, and we want to assist... Read more »

Advice About Teenage Oral Health

As you age, your teeth will start to form their permanent positions. You may find yourself in braces to straighten out a misaligned bite. In the meantime, you might be around peers that pressure you to look your best and you may feel self-conscious about your smile. Fortunately, there are... Read more »

Protecting Your Child’s Teeth Through Adulthood

You may know about baby bottle tooth decay and thought, "does it matter that baby chompers rot because they fall out anyway?" The answer is very much yes. Read this post to see why. Although baby bottle tooth decay affects the baby chompers, effects from the disease can bear into... Read more »