Do you have any big plans for Halloween? We love this time of year, everything from the scary movies to going trick or treating with our families. However, as dental professionals we also know that too much of a good thing could mean the onset of cavities and dental infection. In today’s blog, your Garland,… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Children’s Dentistry
Without routine care and attention, even children in the baby and toddler ages could be susceptible to cavities! As they grow older, additional risks could include the onset of gingivitis. In today’s blog, your Garland, TX, dentist will look at the steps we take to help children in our community enjoy optimal oral health.
Preparing your children for school means more than just picking up supplies and getting new clothes. You should also take their smiles into account! We suggest families in Garland, TX, see us for a routine checkup and cleaning before school starts. These visits help improve oral health and protect smiles from cavities and other oral… Read more »
Last week, we took at a look at the importance of routine checkups and cleanings for children in Garland, TX. Today, we would like to talk about a unique preventive treatment we offer to help safeguard little smiles from cavities. How do dental sealants help prevent the onset of tooth decay in children?
Summer means your little ones are home from school, with plenty of free time. What better time to schedule a visit with your Garland, TX, dentist? In today’s blog, we’re going to talk about the benefits of routine checkups for little ones, and what to expect from your next visit.
In our last blog, we looked at the causes of tooth decay and discussed preventive options to avoid decay. But what if your little one develops a cavity? In today’s blog, your Garland, TX, dentist explains how we treat cavities and restore little smiles to optimal health and function. Remember, even baby teeth that develop… Read more »
When people think about cavities, they often assume this issue mainly impacts older children, teens, and adults. However, as soon as a tooth erupts, there is a risk of cavities developing. In fact, even babies and toddlers could suffer from cavities, an issue known commonly as baby bottle decay. In today’s blog, we’re looking at… Read more »
Next week, schools across the state will officially open for the new school year. Which means between classes, special events, and extracurricular activities, you might have a difficult time finding a moment to bring your children to the dentist. So, why not schedule a back to school visit for your little ones today?
Many parents ask us a variation of that question. When do they need to schedule the first visit for their child? We recommend seeing a child after his or her first tooth erupts. In today’s blog, we’re going to talk about what you can expect from this first visit and follow up appointments afterward.
Just like you, your little ones need dental care to maintain optimal oral health. Fortunately, we offer children’s dentistry to help keep little smiles bright and healthy. What steps are necessary to safeguard young smiles against the onset of tooth decay and other common oral health issues.