3 Signs You Might Need Dental Implants

16 March 2021
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you consider your smile one of the best accessories, you know how much a missing or damaged tooth could lower your self-confidence. Apart from what people can see, it might also affect how you talk and chew. To regain your oral health and confidence, you should consider dental implant surgery. Liaising with your dentist is a wise way to escape the pain, discomfort, and psychological impact of the dental problem. Read More 

Does Mild Decay In Baby Teeth Need Any Treatment?

29 January 2021
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If your child has some mild decay in his or her baby teeth, you may wonder if a filling is really a necessary procedure if the tooth will soon fall out. Mild decay doesn't always require fillings if a tooth is about to fall out, but in some cases it's a necessary procedure. Read on to find answers to your questions and see how a pediatric dentist can treat mild decay in primary teeth. Read More 

3 Dental Concerns That Should Have You Going To The Dentist

18 December 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Not everyone likes going to the dentist, but you should be going at least every six months to have a checkup and dental cleaning. If you aren't going to the dentist because you are afraid of going, or for some other reason, you could have dental issues that you aren't even aware of. Your teeth may end up needing to be pulled, or you could need extensive dental work that will only worsen if you don't do something about it. Read More 

What Can You Expect From A Family Dental Office?

5 November 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

When the time comes to find a dentist for your child, you have a few options. You can take them to a specialist pediatric dentist who only provides care for kids. Or you can take them to someone who advertises as a general dentist — who likely has mostly adult patients but will work with kids. The third option is to seek out a family dentist, which is someone who treats patients through all stages of life. Read More 

Easing Anxiety In Children Undergoing Tooth Extractions

7 October 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

It is not unusual for children to become anxious when visiting the pediatric dentist. Children may exhibit mild to moderate anxious behavior during routine checkups and cleanings; however, they may be more likely to become extremely anxious when facing tooth extractions. Fortunately, there are a number of effective interventions the dental staff can employ to help keep the pediatric patient calm and cooperative. Here are some ways the pediatric dentist can manage anxiety before, during, and after tooth extractions. Read More