Your Toddler And Dental Crowns: Frequently Asked Questions

19 December 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Articles

According to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, 42 percent of kids between the ages of two to eleven have tooth decay on at least one tooth. If your toddler was recently at the dentist and you were told they require a crown, you might be wondering if this is the right choice. Just because your toddler has a mouth filled with baby teeth that will eventually fall out doesn't mean they don't require the protection a crown will provide. Read More 

How to Treat Swollen Gums Between Dental Appointments

3 November 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Gum discomfort can occur for numerous reasons, including nutritional deficiencies, certain prescription medications, and periodontal disease. If you notice a change in gum appearance or sensation, schedule an appointment with your dentist. But if you're dealing with swollen and tender gums, you can also take the steps listed below to decrease your discomfort before you get to the dentist's office. Numb Your Gums Swollen gums can feel painful and sensitive. To decrease the pain, use gentle and safe household items to numb the area somewhat. Read More 

What To Do If Your Child Knocks Out A Tooth

17 October 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If your child comes running up to you because they accidentally knocked out a tooth, you need to know how to handle it. Just because a tooth has been knocked out doesn't mean that it has to stay knocked out. There are things that you can do that will help the tooth start healing.  Handle It By the Crown You want to make sure that you are only handling the tooth by the crown end. Read More 

Does Your Child Suffer From Tongue Tie? Akyloglossia Symptoms In Babies And Children & The Safest Treatment

21 September 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Articles

Tongue-tie, or ankyloglossia, is a medical problem that occurs when the small piece of tissue that attaches the tongue to the bottom of the mouth, called the lingual frenulum, is too short and binds the tongue too tightly to the mouth. While people who suffer from this oral tissue irregularity are typically born with it, it often goes undiagnosed until it begins causing problems in a baby, child, or adult's life. The most severe cases of tongue-tie are often detected in newborns when they have difficulty suckling when breast-fed. Read More 

Cleaning Products You Should Buy For Proper Dental Implant Care

2 August 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Articles

Losing a tooth can be extremely hard on your self esteem, and this is why many people opt for the placement of natural looking dental implants. Implants can be placed in a wide variety of mouths, as long as long as health has been retained. Specifically, your immune system must be healthy and your mouth should show no signs of infection or gum problems. When the implant root is secured in the jaw, you will need to take very good care of the implant area. Read More