Dental Sealants Provide Years Of Cavity Prevention
When cavities develop, this causes pain in your child’s smile and could leave their teeth vulnerable to infection and premature tooth loss. In addition to treating cavities with fillings, our team can offer care to help prevent the onset of tooth decay. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist talks about how we safeguard smiles with dental sealants.
Why Children Need Dental Cleanings
Kids need to have a cleaning every six months starting at age two. Just like you, plaque and tartar buildup could cause serious trouble for little smiles, and only a professional cleaning can remove the buildup. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist talks about why kids need this treatment, and what to expect from these visits.
Preventive Care To Safeguard Little Smiles
Our team believes in a preventive approach to treating children’s smiles, protecting them from the onset of tooth decay and other serious oral health concerns. From checkups and cleanings to fluoride and dental sealants, we help strengthen their smiles. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist talks about our preventive treatment options.
Time For Your Child’s Dental Exam?
When children don’t see the dentist for their routine examinations, this could leave them vulnerable to serious issues ranging from cavities to misalignment. Which is why we recommend one twice a year! In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist talks about the benefits of a routine exam, and what to expect from these visits.
Addressing Anxiety With Dental Sedation
If your child is undergoing a more extensive treatment option, or if he or she has a major case of dental anxiety, then we may recommend a calming solution to help them feel relaxed and comfortable. Known as dental sedation, this can help kids enjoy a comfortable visit. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist talks about dental sedation.
Why Pediatric Dental Care Changes With Age
As kids continue to grow, they absorb new information, develop the knowledge and motor skills to take on new tasks, and feel more comfortable in environments that were once new and intimidating. Supporting their growing smiles calls for an approach to care that adjusts with their needs and their physical development. Fortunately, you can find that pediatric dental care offered at our Dallas, TX practice provides support that changes to suit the needs of our growing patients. Starting with their first appointment, we can make young patients feel at ease as they adapt to new surroundings. From there, we can continue to support them by monitoring the development of their oral structures, offering guidance on at-home smile care, and providing the kind of preventive dental services that help people of all ages remain safe from threats. (more…)
Dental Sealants Keep Cavities At Bay
When your child develops a cavity, this can cause discomfort and also threaten the stability of the smile. But we offer preventive treatments designed to help avoid the onset of cavities, often for years to come. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist talks about how we keep cavities at bay with our dental sealants.
Keeping Smiles Healthy During Winter Break
Thanksgiving break just ended, but before you know it your kids will be out for a two week winter break. During this time, kids could become lax in their brushing and flossing habits, or eat a little too much sugar. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist talks about tips for keeping smiles healthy during winter break.
Preparing Your Kids For Their First Visit
Do you have children soon to see the dentist for the first time? We want to make sure your kids don’t feel too nervous, and that they know what to expect. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist talks about how to help prepare kids for their first visit, and the benefits of routine oral hygiene habits for kids.
Keeping Little Smiles Healthy During The Holidays
Thanksgiving and the holiday season are fun for everyone in the family, especially for children. But too many foods high in sugar and starch could lead to the onset of tooth decay. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist talks about how to help safeguard children from cavities during the holiday season.