Posts Categorized: Pediatric Dentistry

Can Wisdom Teeth Make My Other Teeth Crooked?

This is an age old question that is often posed to us by our patients. Many patients understand that the wisdom teeth often erupt into the mouth in a less than ideal position. Sometimes this can cause them to tilt towards the teeth in front of them. If often seems that the time period during… Read more »

Why Do Some Kid’s Teeth Look Yellow?

In our office, one of the most frequent concerns from parents is about the yellow color of their children’s teeth. They want to know why their kid’s teeth appear yellow. We expect young people to have nice white, bright teeth. It is helpful to assess the child’s home care regimen. If your child does not… Read more »

Does My Child Need a Mouthguard?

If your child plays a contact sport such as soccer, football, hockey, or basketball, they most likely wear protective gear such as helmets, kneepads, shoulder pads, etc to protect their head, neck, limbs and joints. Mouthguards, which can protect the teeth, lips, and other parts of the mouth, are just as important as the more… Read more »

Five Tips to Keep Your Baby’s Mouth Healthy

Use Fluoride to strengthen your baby’s teeth. You may need to find out if your drinking water, whether well water, tap or bottled, is adequately fluoridated.   Clean your baby’s teeth. Begin cleaning your baby’s teeth once they come in. Use a soft cloth or baby toothbrush. Around age 2, it is okay to begin… Read more »

FAQs: Dental Sealants for Kids

Every parent wants to do their best to keep their children happy, healthy, and protect them from harm. Preventive health and dental care visits provide a chance to catch and treat any concerns before they become serious. During your child’s routine examination, your dentist may suggest the application of dental sealants on their hard to… Read more »

Pediatric Dentistry: To Brush or Not to Brush?

If you have children you’ve probably found yourself wondering at some point when you are supposed to start brushing their tiny teeth. Many people do not realize that pediatric dentistry is just as important as dental care for adults. It is a common misconception that young children’s’ teeth do not need as much maintenance because… Read more »