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Preventive Dental Care

A comprehensive approach to a good dental hygiene habits that result in healthy teeth and gums for your family.  

Children with healthy mouths chew more easily and gain more nutrients from the foods they eat. They learn to speak more quickly and clearly.  Adults with good dental health habits reduce the risk of heart disease and other conditions. The goal is to be proactive when it comes to your family’s wellness.

6 Month Checkup

Patients that see their dentist regularly are more likely to have better oral health. For parents, your child will learn a lifelong lesson of being proactive about their health. By scheduling your checkup at regular intervals, will help make it easier…

Using Fluoride

Mouthwash with fluoride can help make your teeth more resistant to decay, but children six years or younger should not use it unless it’s been recommended by a dentist. Many children younger than 6 are more likely to swallow it than spit it out because t…

Mouthguards: Prevent Dental Injuries

What if you suddenly lost one or two of your front teeth while taking part in a sports activity? Smiling, talking, eating—everything would suddenly be affected. Knowing how to prevent injuries to your mouth and face is especially important if you participate i…

FAQ – Athletic Mouth Guards

Q: Why is a custom mouth guard better than a off-the-shelf one? A: The guard is made from an impression (mold) of the teeth, resulting in a very good fit that allows good air flow or speech. In addition the mouth guard is made of superior materials th…

Brushing and Flossing

TOOTH Brushing and Flossing Toddlers can and should be encouraged to help brush their teeth as soon as they can hold a brush. Parents should brush preschoolers’ teeth and supervise the brushing for school-age children until they are 7 to 8 years of…

Parental Guidance

Some ways that parents and caregivers can support their child's oral health Regular Use of Dental Care – Seek dental care early and often. A visit to a pediatric dentist by a child’s first birthday and at least every six…

Dental Sealants

For your child’s susceptible teeth. With routine check ups and maintenance, sealants have an 80-90% success rate after a decade or more. Children with sealants also have significantly less tooth decay on all tooth surfaces than children without sealants. What A…