Categories for Pediatric Dentistry

Stress-Free Children’s Dentistry

Taking your child to the dentist twice a year for regular cleanings and examinations is one of the best things you can do for their health. But sometimes, children can think the dentist is scary with all of the unfamiliar sights, sounds, and people. Read our blog post to see how we tailor our services to pediatric patients and ways we help alleviate dental anxiety for them.

What Types of Cavities Are There?

Cavities are one of the most common dental issues. Generally speaking, a cavity is when decay causes a little hole in the surface of your teeth. But did you know there are different types of cavities out there? Read our blog post for a look at the three main categories of cavities and how they differ.

Pediatric Dental Milestones Your Child Should Reach

Childhood is full of important milestones from taking the first step to saying the first word. There also happens to be a few milestones to keep an eye out for in terms of your child’s oral health as well. Check out our blog post for a look at the pediatric dental milestones your child should be reaching.

Does My Child Need a Frenectomy?

A frenectomy is a procedure that removes connective tissue called the frenum. The connective tissue is in two different places in the mouth that can cause problems. Read our blog post to learn when children may need a frenectomy.

Caring for Baby Teeth

Even though baby teeth are temporary, they play a crucial role in a child's development and should not be overlooked! Read our blog post for tips on caring for baby teeth.

Preparing For Your Child’s First Dental Visit

We understand that visiting a dental office with loud sounds and dental tools can be scary for a child. That's why we're dedicated to making sure children feel safe, comfortable, and relaxed in our care. Check out our blog post for a look at some things you can do at home to prepare your child for their initial visit!

When Should Kids Start Seeing the Dentist?

Don't wait until your child has a mouth full of baby teeth to visit the dentist. Believe it or not, the American Dental Association, in addition to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry both say that your child should visit the dentist when they get their very first tooth or have their first birthday. Read our blog post for more!

Do Cavities in My Child’s Baby Teeth Need to Be Addressed?

Just because baby teeth only last a few years doesn’t mean that they aren’t important. In fact, healthy baby teeth can help set your child up for strong and healthy permanent teeth. Read our blog post to learn about the importance of addressing cavities in baby teeth.

Dental Milestones Your Children Should Meet

New parents discover quickly that childhood is packed with milestones. From a kid’s first steps, to their first word, to their first tooth! Read our blog post where we highlight a few major dental milestones, and learn when to expect them in your child’s future.