Your Baby Teeth Questions Answered

Do you feel a little overwhelmed now that your baby’s primary teeth are growing into place? If so, there’s no need to worry—we are here to help you! Baby teeth are very important, and the more you know about them, the better. So, to help you understand a little more about your child’s little chompers,… Read more »

Does Your Child Have Bruxism?

Did you know that 1 in 3 children regularly clench and grind (brux) their teeth while they sleep? Thought this condition, called bruxism, is very common, it can create a lot of harm for their mouth if they have a chronic case of it. To help you determine if your child suffers from bruxism, here… Read more »

Healthy Oral Habits Start Early

Building healthy habits when your children are young is vital for their developing teeth and gums. Establishing good habits begins in infancy. Clean baby’s gums with a clean cloth moistened with plain water. When their teeth come in, use a baby toothbrush and gently clean their teeth, adding a tiny dab of toothpaste when they… Read more »

Teaching Children About Dental Care

Every parent wants to get their child off to a good start, among many things this includes quality education, health and oral care. Your child’s first trip to the dentist is a great opportunity to track dental development and oral health as well as answering any questions you might have about their oral health. In… Read more »

Losing Baby Teeth

Most babies are born without teeth. Over the course of the first two to three years of life 20 teeth erupt from your child’s gums. These baby teeth, also known as primary teeth, are lost over time as your mouth grows, to make room for the adult teeth that will serve them for the rest… Read more »

Your Child’s First Visit to the Dentist

Your child’s baby teeth are just as prone to tooth decay as our adult teeth are. A baby tooth that suffers too much decay might require extraction. This can lead to trouble later on with the alignment of their permanent teeth. With most children their first teeth emerge from the gum line around five months… Read more »

Choose the Right Toothpaste for You

There are many different toothpaste options to choose from when it comes to your oral needs. Knowing which one to pick can be tricky and difficult for any person with so many options to choose from. However, there are ways to help narrow the search for you and your family’s needs. Here are some suggestions… Read more »

Tips on Preventing Dental Anxiety in Children

For many people, going to the dentist is stressful and causes anxiety in our lives. However, wanting your children to grow up without these anxieties are normal for parents to feel. That is why our team is here to help you understand how you can prevent dental anxiety in your children. According to the American… Read more »

Baby Teeth: What to Expect

Many people do not realize the importance of baby teeth. Not only are these teeth important for eating, appearance, and speech, but primary teeth guide the permanent teeth into their correct positions. Your child’s first baby tooth will grow in between six and twelve months of age. By the time they are three years old,… Read more »

Preparing Your Children for Their First Visit to the Dentist

Primary teeth, also known as baby teeth, are just as much at risk for tooth decay as our adult teeth are. Primary teeth that require extraction can later on lead to trouble with the development and alignment of permanent teeth. Generally the first teeth emerge from the gum line around five to seven months old…. Read more »