Category: General Dentistry

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… Read 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… Read more »

Questions You Might Have About Your Child’s Tooth Extraction

Keeping up with your child’s good oral health can be a challenge, which is why we offer a wide range of treatments and services to help optimize their oral health as much as possible. While that challenge can be successfully met, there may be times when the best thing for your child’s overall oral health… Read more »

A Few Warning Signs Your Child’s Bite Is Off

When it comes to protecting your child’s smile, you can do a lot to help them prevent things like cavities from developing. With good dental hygiene and plenty of alternatives to cavity-rich sweets, your child may successfully prevent a cavity from ever developing. However, cavities aren’t the only thing that could potentially impact your child’s… Read more »

Keeping Your Child Comfortable With Sedation

When a child develops a cavity or an infected tooth, then treatment is necessary to address them. To help ensure your little one feels calm and relaxed during the visit, and avoids discomfort, we may suggest dental sedation. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, dentist takes a look at the options we offer to help… Read more »

Things that Could Wear Your Child’s Teeth Down

When it comes to helping your child preserve their healthy, natural smiles, sticking to good dental hygiene practices is one of the most important tips. The harmful bacteria that make up dental plaque are a constant threat, and require consistent attention to successfully control them. However, good dental hygiene can’t always protect your child’s teeth… Read more »

Ensuring Patient Health and Safety with Good Office Hygiene!

The most important piece of dental health advice we ever offer is to keep up with good dental hygiene, and we take the importance of cleanliness to heart. While our office is currently closed for all non-emergency dental procedures, we continue to focus heavily on routinely cleaning and sterilizing our equipment and office environment. Today,… Read more »

Could Your Child’s Teeth Really Be Stronger?

The different ways of keeping your child’s teeth healthy and strong aren’t exactly secrets. However, it can be difficult to keep track of all of them on a consistent basis, and sometimes, brushing and flossing their teeth can seem like all that’s necessary. Today, we revisit a few not-so-secret tips for helping to safeguard your… Read more »

3 Things Children Need for Healthier Teeth

Most parents understand that their children need their help and guidance to learn how to care for their teeth properly. Brushing and flossing are not natural instincts, even if they are essential to keeping our natural teeth healthy. However, children need more than just lessons at the bathroom sink to learn to care for their… Read more »

Does Your Child Show Signs of a Bite Problem?

Some signs of concern with your child’s oral health are obvious. For example, if your child complains of a toothache, then it’s likely the cause of something that requires attention from your child’s dentist. However, some signs of trouble aren’t always obvious, and they can be easy to miss if you aren’t actively looking out… Read more »