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Preventative CarePreventive dental care is important throughout life, especially at a young age. By practicing good oral hygiene at home and scheduling regular checkups with the dentist, your child can help keep her smile bright and healthy for years to come. Learn more
Teeth for LifePracticing good oral hygiene means maintaining your child’s smile by visiting the dentist regularly and taking care of her teeth and gums in between checkups. Learn more
Nutrition & Oral HealthEstablishing good nutritional habits for your child can be especially beneficial to promote good eating patterns and food choices for the rest of his or her life. Think of your child’s mouth as the doorway to the rest of the body. Learn more
Thumb SuckingAlong with favorite blankets, teddy bears, and nap time, thumb sucking can be one of the most comforting aspects of childhood. Is this cause for worry? Learn more
Teeth GrindingTeeth grinding, or bruxism, refers to excessive grinding of the teeth and/or excessive clenching of the jaw, and is common in children. Is this a cause for concern? Learn more
Gum Disease in ChildrenGum disease, also known as gingivitis or periodontal disease, is an infection that occurs in the gums, deep tissues, and bones that support the teeth. It can affect children if proper oral health practices aren’t followed. Learn more
Dental Care for Your BabyCongratulations on your new baby! To prepare for the arrival of your baby’s first tooth, follow these guidelines and your baby will be on the way to a lifetime of healthy smiles! Learn more
The Importance of Baby TeethJust because your child’s primary teeth, often known as “baby teeth,” eventually fall out, doesn’t mean they’re not important. Primary teeth play an important role in your child’s overall health, development, and well-being. Learn more
Baby Bottle Tooth DecayAlso known as early childhood caries, baby bottle tooth decay refers to tooth decay in infants and toddlers. Your child needs strong, healthy primary teeth to properly chew food and learn to speak, so preventing baby bottle tooth decay is very important. Learn more
Wound CareWound care instructions for infants, toddlers, and older children to aid in the healing process. Learn more
We are committed to helping you and your child have a beautiful and healthy smile. We offer a variety of topics to help you learn how to improve and maintain a beautiful smile.