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Why Are Dental X-Rays Important?

X-rays have been used as a diagnostic and monitoring tool for decades. When used in dentistry, they can give your dentist a picture of hard and soft tissues in the mouth. This enables your dentist to make the most efficient treatment plan for your teeth. Here are some other reasons why dental X-rays are important. … Continued


At-Home Dental Care for Lowering Your Kid’s Risk of Cavities

Being on top of your dental care is just as important as keeping your heart healthy. Consistent dental hygiene is what will keep your child from accumulating cavities over the years. According to the University of Washington’s Center for Pediatric Dentistry, about 40% of children already have their first cavity by the time they are … Continued


Reasons to Prioritize Dental Care for Kids

Your child’s health is one of the most important things you have to worry about as a parent. That concern doesn’t stop when you find a good pediatrician. The right pediatric dentist will help keep your child’s teeth and gums healthy for years to come. Keep reading to learn a bit about why prioritizing dental … Continued


How to Prepare for Dental Emergencies

Dental emergencies refer to sudden or unexpected trauma or infection to the teeth, jaw, or gums that require immediate attention. They can happen anywhere, anytime, and can be frightening and painful. In addition, they can cause financial headaches. Few people know how to respond to a dental emergency and most are scared of even thinking … Continued


Signs You May Be In Need of Dental Care

Oftentimes, we can disregard toothaches and gum sensitivity as unimportant. However, these aches and pains can be signs that your oral hygiene needs some help – or even the first symptoms of a dental emergency. Poor dental care can lead to many problems. Bad dental hygiene can cause gingivitis, mouth sores, halitosis, decay, and many … Continued


What to Do When You’re in Need of Dental Emergency Services

The last thing any parent wants is for their child to undergo a dental emergency. Especially the morning before a big event, or late at night when most dental offices are closed. While very few dental emergencies can wait until the next morning, others need to be taken care of as soon as possible before … Continued


How to Choose the Right Pediatric Dentist

Children’s teeth are delicate and vital to their overall oral health. To keep a child’s dentition healthy, you should observe proper hygiene practices and maintain regular visits to their pediatric dentist. The visits should be at least once every six months. It is common that about 20% of children aged 5-11 experience cavities or other … Continued


5 Tips to Improve Your Child’s Dental Hygiene

As a parent, improving your child’s oral health should be a priority because it is essential and directly linked to your child’s overall health. Teaching your kids how to care for their teeth is very important, and this article contains five tips that can help your kids improve their oral health. Have Your Kids Brush … Continued


How to Find the Right Family Dentist For You

Looking for a family dentist can be a daunting task. With so many dental care providers to choose from, how can you be sure that you are making the right decision? According to the Center for Pediatric Dentistry, by the time kids reach kindergarten, over 40% of them have tooth cavities, which is why it … Continued


Benefits of Digital X-Rays

Dental x-rays are an essential part of dental care. They allow your dentist to see things that might not be visible during a visual examination. X-rays can help identify problems early, saving you time and money in the long run. A lot of parents ask the same question: “Are x-rays safe for my child?”. This … Continued


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