. We can confirm that they are enjoying a normal development, or identify issues that might require treatment. This can mean recognizing early warning signs of malocclusion, or identifying other problems that should be addressed. (more…)
Tooth decay often starts minor, unnoticed until the later stages cause painful aches and tooth sensitivity. To prevent cavities from becoming infections and leading to premature tooth loss in your child’s smile, you should talk to your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist. In today’s blog, we will explain when a child needs a dental filling.
What kid doesn’t love summer break? However, their newfound freedom also means more snacking, and less frequent brushing and flossing. Which makes summer a great time to schedule a checkup for your children, and to make sure your kids are taking good care of their smiles, even on their time off! In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist looks at why checkups during the summer are recommended!
Kids need to care for their smiles from home, as this helps keep teeth and gums healthy in between their routine checkup and cleaning visits. But often, we find that parents and kids alike are confused about proper oral hygiene. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist will explain how to help your children brush and floss the right way!
. In addition to providing care at an appointment, we can offer tips to parents who may have questions about what you should do at home to make sure your little one’s smile stays safe against problems. (more…)
We use technology to treat little smiles, addressing everything from tooth decay to dental infection. Using advanced technology also helps improve the comfort of your child during treatment! In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist wants to explain how we use dental lasers to help treat oral health issues in a comfortable way with a faster healing period!
We offer an array of treatments for kids, from fillings for cavities to oral surgery to remove infected teeth. We know for children for dental anxiety, special needs, undergoing treatment could be difficult. However, to help them remain calm and relaxed, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist may offer dental sedation!
When your little one breaks a tooth, this means that emergency dental care is needed. After all, even a minor chip could eventually mean harmful cavities or infection. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist is ready to offer care. In today’s blog, we’re talking about dental emergencies, and how you should respond to one your child experiences.
Sometimes, a filling, crown, or even a root canal won’t be able to address an issue with your child’s smile. To prevent complications and preserve oral health, we may need to perform an extraction. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist will talk about how we ensure the procedure is comfortable!
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