When your little one’s tooth aches due to a cavity, then a filling may be necessary. But what if the cavity grows so severe an infection arises? To avoid complications like worsening pain or premature tooth loss, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist may suggest we treat an infection with a conservative root canal procedure known as a pulpotomy.
We know that at the moment, everyone is doing all they can just to stay warm. We’re in the same boat, and hope that in the coming days we will all see power restored and water running smoothly! Once this crisis has passed, many families will be looking for something fun to do. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist is offering a few safe and virtual suggestions!
When your child has a serious cavity, or an issue with the shape of the tooth that impacts bite and alignment, then a crown may be prescribed. We offer two different options for our young patients, stainless steel and zirconia. Which one is right for your smile, and when you should you bring your little one in for a visit with your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist?
The pandemic has made a lot of changes to our daily life, and few of them have been positive. For children, staying home more often has meant more snacking and as a result, an increase in cavities. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist will explain how improving your at-home routine, and seeing us for a cleaning, could help stop the cavity increase!
Friday has arrived! Between the pandemic and the cold winter weather, your family is likely looking for distractions to keep you entertained indoors. In today’s list of community events, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist will be focusing on activities you can enjoy from the comfort (and warmth) of your own couch!
Our team wants to help kids maintain optimal oral health, addressing issues in the minor and more advanced stages with quality treatment and restorations. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist will look at how we use advanced technology, including our brand-new Solea dental laser, to help your little ones enjoy their best smiles!
Staying safe during the pandemic often means avoiding large gatherings, staying home, and for many children, attending classes at home. These developments also mean another complication: snacking. Increased snacking, especially of sugary and starchy foods, is a major factor in a rise in children’s cavities. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist talks about keeping smiles healthy with routine habits at home.
This year, the Chinese New Year will be on February 12th. Even though gathering indoors for parties isn’t safe due to COVID-19, that doesn’t mean there are not safe ways to ring in the Lunar New Year with your family. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist is looking at a few fun virtual or socially-distant celebration ideas in our community. We also urge you to schedule a visit for your little one, so he or she can undergo a checkup and cleaning!
Cavities lead to discomfort, and for some kids, even infection or the premature loss of their primary teeth. Treating the decay helps prevent discomfort and even lowers the risk of misalignment too. In rode to help kids in our community, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist offers pediatric fillings, which are metal-free and lifelike in appearance.
When you think about children’s dentistry, you probably assume care is mainly meant for primarily older children. However, your little one may benefit from a visit as early as one year! In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist talks about dental checkups in infancy, and how the process will change as your child grows older.