Information on Oral Infection Prevention

Your mouth can become infected by germs in the environment just like the rest of your body. Beyond the basics of brushing and flossing, there are things you can do to guard against such infections. Here are some examples: Wash Your Hands: Your hands are one of the most widespread methods of transport for germs. Your hands have direct and... read more »

Caring for Your Child’s Oral Health

Are you worried about your little one's oral health? If you are, good for you. As you can probably guess, if your child has clean, healthy teeth while they're young, they'll probably develop healthy habits that can last for years to come. But, what can you do to help your little one develop these healthy habits? Clearly one of the... read more »

Your Baby’s Teeth

By the time your baby reaches three years of age, they will have developed 20 primary teeth—ten on top and ten on bottom. All of these teeth are already in the gums when they are born. These include the central incisors, lateral incisors, canines, first molars, and second molars. This time is hard for baby and parents alike, because a... read more »

Everything You Need to Know About Your Child’s Teeth

Preparing to take your children to the dentist can be an entirely different experience than going to the dentist yourself. Here are the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions by parents regarding pediatric dental care, whether it’s for the first time or the one-hundred-and-first time. Are thumbsucking and pacifier habits harmful for a child’s teeth? Thumb and... read more »