Oral Health Viewpoint: Teenage Dentistry

When the time comes to build your best smile, it is important to always take the necessary steps in regard to your age. As you get older, it is important to remember that your teeth may weaken over time, so your teeth may become more brittle as you age. Furthermore, if you are a teen,… Read more »

Bringing Baby to See the Pediatric Dentist

A pediatric dentist differs from other dentists in that he or she has been through additional years of rigorous training specifically for his or her particular field. Pediatric dentistry is concerned with providing specialized dental care for the young from the early stages of baby tooth development up through the teenage years. While dental practitioners… Read more »

Pediatric Dentistry Facts on Composite Dental Fillings

When the time comes to build a better smile for your child, look no further than tooth restorations. Tooth restorations are highly effective smile makeovers designed to enhance your child’s smile in numerous ways. However, if dental erosion is present, a tooth restoration in the form of a dental filling will be required to not… Read more »

Baby Bottle Tooth Decay Treatment

When it comes to the welfare of your child, we know you don’t mess around. baby bottle tooth decay, a sickness affecting the teeth of children 6 years old and below, can leave your child with rotten teeth and bones; in the gravest situations, teeth can even be lost and permanent damage can be done… Read more »

Baby Teeth: Timeline

What’s louder than a bullhorn and angrier than a bull? Answer: a teething newborn. If you’re a new parent with a baby who’s teething, please let us be the first to say both congratulations and we’re sorry. We want to support you and your baby to get through this tricky time, so here are some… Read more »

Use These Oral Hygiene Tips to Help Your Child Have a Healthy Smile

Our pediatric dentists, Dr. Pryor and Dr. Higbee, would like to help you help your child have the top-notch smile they deserve. To begin, you need to help them keep up on oral hygiene. Oral hygiene is very important for healthy teeth and gums and for a successful oral health. For the best oral hygiene… Read more »

Focus Your Oral Health Care on Toothbrushing for Kids

If you have a child, you understand how difficult it is to maintain and care for all aspects of their life. Unfortunately, this often means that various tasks can go unmonitored or unchecked, including their oral health. It is essential to care for their teeth, so their smile has a chance to thrive for a… Read more »

Yearly Oral Health Reminders: Thumb Sucking

It is important to always be on the lookout for any issues or ailments that can arise with your child’s oral health care. Along with issues such as baby bottle tooth decay, teething, and other issues that can arise, it is also important to watch for any thumb sucking habits that begin to arise. Although… Read more »

Tips on Helping Your Child Have Fun When They Lose Their Baby Teeth

Does your child get scared when they think about losing their baby teeth? If so, they’re not alone. Many children feel this same way. Fortunately, the process doesn’t have to be as scary as your child makes it out to be. In fact, there are things you can do to make it more fun and… Read more »

Writing Tooth Fairy Letters

Bringing the magic of the Tooth Fairy alive in your home can be exciting for both you and your child. Your child will be filled with wonder about the Tooth Fairy as she collects his or her baby teeth and leaves rewards in their place. You will be thrilled to create this joy and excitement… Read more »