Food And Your Children’s Teeth: The Good And The Bad

8 May 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Articles

Starting your child young with healthy dental habits ensures they have a head start in terms of maintaining healthy teeth as they grow into adulthood. In addition to brushing and flossing regularly, and visiting the dentist often, the food your child eats has a big impact on the health of their teeth and gums. Some food and drinks are good for your teeth, while others are bad and should be avoided. Read More 

Adjusting to Your New Braces: Tips to Help Treat & Prevent Mouth Sores

16 January 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Articles

Whether your teeth are overlapping, crowded in your mouth or you suffer from an overbite, there are several reasons why you might need braces. If your family has chosen metal braces, your orthodontist will provide you with a few tips and tricks to help you adjust to eating, cleaning and simply living life with your new hardware. However, there is one aspect of getting braces that you might not be prepared for: mouth sores. Read More 

4 Ways To Infuse Healthy Dental Ideas Into Family New Year’s Resolutions

28 December 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Articles

As the new year rolls around, many families love to gather together and discuss a number of New Year's resolutions that they will make and try to stick to. A lot of New Year's resolutions focus on all aspects of being and staying healthy. If this is the case for your family, then you can work with your children to choose various ideas that will focus on good dental health. This can make a huge difference in the way their mouth develops and really help prevent the onset of various mouth diseases like gingivitis. Read More 

2 Ways To Handle Congenitally Missing Permanent Teeth

26 September 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Articles

There are times when people are born missing one or more of their permanent teeth. When this happens, it means the person has congenitally missing teeth. These are permanent teeth that will never erupt, because these teeth never formed when they should have. If you recently found out from your child's dentist that he or she has congenitally missing teeth, you may want to know what your options are for fixing the problems that can occur from this. Read More 

Root Canal Pain Myths Dispelled

2 August 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Articles

If you have an infected tooth, then your dentist has likely scheduled a root canal to take care of the problem. If you have a dental phobia or if dental procedures simply make you a bit nervous, then you may be scared of the procedure. You are not alone. Many people are afraid of the dentist, but most dental fears come from beliefs about dental procedures, not painful experiences. This means that your beliefs are causing you fear, but you may have no reason to be afraid. Read More