Providing Routine Pediatric Teeth Cleanings

Until they are old enough to effectively brush and floss on their own, kids will depend on their parents to stop plaque and tartar from gathering on their teeth. Protection in the form of daily care is important, but to keep your little ones truly safe against oral health threats, make sure that they also have support from their dentist! At our Dallas, TX pediatric dentist’s office, we provide support through gentle, thorough dental cleanings that help kids avoid troubles like dental decay and gum disease. These sessions are included in their regular checkups, which also provide important feedback about their health and ongoing development. (more…)

Careful Treatment For Kids With Dental Lasers

Our team wants to ensure your children enjoy their visit, and are comfortable throughout the treatment process. We also want to make sure that any care we provide is done with accuracy and precision. To make this possible, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist is now providing care using the advanced Solea dental laser! In today’s blog, we’re going to look at the benefits of employing laser technology, and how this helps your little one spends less time in the chair for preventive, general, and restorative treatments.


How to Help Your Child Brush Their Teeth Better

Good dental hygiene practices aren’t necessarily difficult to adhere to, but for children, they can seem mundane. This can make it more challenging to teach them to stick to good dental hygiene practices every day, or help them develop habits that will benefit their smiles in the future. Fortunately, children will become more adept at keeping their teeth clean on their own as they grow older, especially if you continue to help them improve their techniques for brushing and flossing their teeth. (more…)

What’s the Most Important Part of Your Child’s Tooth?

There are several reasons why consistently clean teeth are the basis of a continuously healthy smile. One of these is your child’s need for consistently strong and healthy tooth enamel. This highly mineralized layer is the outer layer of your child’s healthy, natural teeth. When it’s healthy, it’s resilient enough to repel most oral bacteria and the harmful substances they create. When it’s compromised, however, this can lead to several concerns with the health and integrity of your child’s teeth, including the development of tooth decay and a cavity. (more…)