Dental Management Of Pediatric Type 1 Diabetes

Good oral hygiene is important for everyone, however, it may be even more essential for children who have chronic illnesses such as type 1 diabetes. This autoimmune disorder can affect your child's oral health and raise the risk for dental complications. Here are some ways a pediatric dentist can manage oral health in children who have type 1 diabetes. Vigilant Monitoring The pediatric dentist may recommend more frequent office visits so that potential problems can be identified early on when they are most treatable. Read More 

Teeth Whitening Tips To Brighten Your Smile

Your teeth are one of the first things people see, and the last thing you want to leave as an impression on someone is that your personal hygiene is lacking, or the picture they have in their minds of you is your yellow teeth. If you have yellowed or stained teeth, your dentist can come up with a treatment plan to help whiten your teeth. Teeth whitening treatments are very common these days, and your teeth can be several shades whiter with just a few treatments. Read More 

Interested In Getting Dental Implants? The Details You Should Know Before The Procedure Begins

Dental implants are a great replacement for natural teeth that may no longer be in good condition or could have become loose for one of many reasons, such as impact or decay. If you've thought about getting dental implants but are still indecisive, there are many things to know about these implants and the procedure before you go through with getting a dental implant inserted into your gums. Dental Implants Are More Than Just a Cosmetic Treatment Read More 

What To Expect When Getting A Crown

Dental crowns are a standard dental restoration procedure that can help fix damaged teeth. If your dentist has recommended a crown for your tooth, you may be unsure what to expect from this treatment process.  When Should A Patient Consider Having A Crown Placed On Their Tooth? A dental crown is essentially a thin but strong covering that goes over your existing natural tooth to correct your tooth's shape, strength, and appearance. Read More 

Get Your Kids Into An Oral Care Routine

Every parent of course wants the best for his or her child. You will of course do what you can to get your child into a routine for any number of things in life in order to set them up for future success. A routine to do homework at a set time. A routine to do chores around the house. If you want your child to make it to adulthood cavity-free, you should also be encouraging a daily oral care routine. Read More