How To Help Your Baby Through Teething

31 July 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you are about to have your first child, you are likely making a list of important pediatrician appointments. It's important to include a pediatric dentistry appointment on that list. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) says that children should see the dentist by 12 months or when their first tooth erupts (usually around 4 to 6 months), but many parents wait until their child is almost two. It's important to visit the dentist during these early months while the baby is teething. Read More 

What Does Your Dental Hygienist Actually Do During An Appointment?

2 July 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Most patients know that they should see their dental hygienist for a cleaning appointment every few months. But even if you attend these appointments regularly, you may not have a great idea of what your hygienist is actually doing as he or she works in your mouth. Since it's hard to ask questions with tools in your mouth, take a look at this guide to learn more about what your hygienist is doing while cleaning and inspecting your teeth. Read More 

3 Simple Ways To Ease Dental Anxiety

31 May 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you have avoided going to the dentist because of dental anxiety, you are not alone. Fortunately, most people feel much better after going to the dentist and often wonder why they were so afraid in the first place, since a dental visit can be surprisingly pleasant. If you are apprehensive about visiting the dentist, there are a number of simple things you can do before and during your appointment that will help calm your nerves while in the chair. Read More 

Teachers Losing Teeth Should Get Dental Implants To Avoid Speech Issues

2 May 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

A good teacher stands in front of their classes every day and gives detailed lessons. Unfortunately, they may start losing teeth as they age. When this happens, it is important to get dental implants to avoid having difficulties speaking. How Tooth Loss Affects Teeth When a person loses a tooth, their mouth often reacts by changing its shape slightly. While this usually doesn't cause major difficulties with speaking, it can make it hard to articulate some sounds. Read More 

Why People Of All Ages Should See The Dentist

4 April 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

It doesn't matter what the ages are of everyone in your family; you will all need to see the dentist regularly to maintain good dental health. There are constant concerns that won't change with age, and there are certain dental concerns that do tend to change depending on the age someone is. You can learn why it is so important for everyone in your family to make sure they go before the dentist at least once a year, if not more, by reading the information that's provided to you in this helpful guide. Read More