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Your Child’s School May Require a Dental Exam

Many primary and secondary schools across the United States require students to have a dental exam from a pediatric dentist or family dentist before they finish certain grade levels. Most schools will not prevent a child from attending class if they don’t get the required exam, or if a dentist determines their oral health makes … Continued

Protecting Kids’ Teeth During Sports

Wearing a mouth guard during sports activities is one of the best ways to avoid injuries to your child’s teeth and emergency dental care. Mouth guards, which are made from a plastic or rubber material and fit over the top arch of teeth, not only protect your teeth, but also protect lips and cheeks from … Continued

5 Tips for Being a Better Dental Patient

Like any relationship in life, having good communication with your dentist is the key to success. The five tips listed below are intended to help you improve your oral health by communicating better. If Dr. Camps says something you don’t quite understand, don’t just nod, or pretend you do understand, ask for clarification! Sometimes we … Continued

Why Dental Care Is Important

Any dentist will tell you that dental care is important, but what we might not explain is exactly WHY dental care is important. Though you see a different doctor for your physical health than you do for your oral health, much of what Dr. Camps does is connected to your overall health. The most common … Continued

Why Teeth Cleanings Are Important

Over time, plaque and tartar can build up on your teeth & eventually lead to tooth decay. While regular brushing & flossing at home can help prevent this buildup, it can’t necessarily remove it. That’s why Dr. Camps for a professional cleaning is so important. Even if you have impeccable home oral hygiene habits, there … Continued

How What You Eat Affects Your Teeth

When most of us think of the effect of food on our teeth, we probably think of the age-old wisdom that sugar causes tooth decay. And while sugar is a notorious culprit, there are many other ways that the foods you eat affect your teeth, & not all of it is bad news. First, it’s good … Continued

Tips for Avoiding a Children’s Dental Emergency

A children’s dental emergency requires immediate treatment. It’s always better to be proactive than reactive so you can avoid frightening your child when they’re going through a scary experience like a broken or unexpectedly missing tooth. Read on to discover the top tips for avoiding a true dental emergency for your kids. Make Sure Your … Continued

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

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