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Blog: Dental Care


OCT 25 2018
Why Does My Child Need Sealants on Their Baby Teeth? October 25th, 2018

The best way to prevent cavities is to brush each morning and night and floss daily, but sometimes little teeth need some extra help from dental sealants. Sealants are thin plastic coatings that prevent food and bacteria from getting stuck in the grooves of back teeth, helping to avoid cavities. ...

MAY 17 2018
Tips for Teaching Your Children How to Brush Their Teeth May 17th, 2018

It is important to start oral care at an early age. Instilling the Importance of adequate Dental Care at an early age is extremely beneficial. Learning and practicing good oral hygiene habits at a young age is important for long-term oral health. Parents can teach their children how to brush and ho...

JAN 26 2018
Streptococcus Mutans and Your Baby’s Oral Health January 26th, 2018

Streptococcus Mutans and Your Baby’s Oral Health  There’s no doubt babies are kissable, but there’s good reason to take pause before you pucker up. Kissing your baby on the lips may increase their baby’s chances of developing cavities.  Parents who share food, dr...

NOV 2 2017
Infant Frenectomy: A Simple Solution to a Painful Problem November 2nd, 2017

Ankyloglossia, better known as a tongue-tie, is among the most common obstacles nursing mothers and babies face. A baby has a tongue-tie when the piece of skin connecting the baby’s tongue to the floor if their mouth is too short. This restricts movement of the tongue, making it difficult for...

SEP 14 2017
Flouride September 14th, 2017

Fluoride   Fluoride is well known for helping to strengthen teeth. Not many people actually know what fluoride is; they just know it’s something that benefits their mouth. Fluoride is often referred to as nature’s cavity fighter – and for good reason! Fluoride, a ...

SEP 12 2017
Dental Sealant September 12th, 2017

Dental Sealants   Even someone with a very vigilant dental hygiene routine can still be susceptible to cavities. Certain people are simply more prone to dental cavities due to the shape and structure of their teeth. If your dentist notices you or someone in your family is prone to advanced d...