Blog Archive

Happy Children's Dental Health Month! Feb 19th, 2020

               February is officially children’s dental health month! We are so excited about this because it is always children’s dental health month in a pediatric dental office. In honor of the official month focusing on the dental health of children, we’ll let you in...

The Magic of Xylitol Jan 16th, 2020

               You may have seen xylitol listed as an ingredient in many things over the past few years. It’s not uncommon to find in gums, mints, sweets, etc. and it is becoming more and more common with the wealth of information and research now...

Sealants: What They Are and Why They're Important Nov 2nd, 2019

               Have you ever heard of sealants and wondered what exactly the dentist or hygienist was talking about? We’re here to help explain what sealants are exactly and why they are so important in helping to keep your child’s teeth as healthy as possible....

Halloween Treats: The Good, the Bad and the Sticky! Oct 13th, 2019

     It’s almost Halloween! Do you have your costumes all picked out and ready to go?! We hope you’re doing something fun. As fun as Halloween can be to dress up and get lots of goodies, it can be a little spooky for your teeth! Here are some tips...

How to Snack Smart for Your Teeth Sep 16th, 2019

                If you’re like the majority of the population, you’ve been in a hurry before and on the lookout for a quick snack for yourself or your kiddos. Finding something nutritious AND quick can sometimes seem as hard as finding the pot of...

Crowns: Not Just for Kings and Queens! May 16th, 2019

      While nobody wants to hear that their child needs a crown, sometimes that is the best and only option. When a cavity becomes very large, a traditional restoration or “filling” as they are often called isn’t the best treatment option for a few reasons. When there is...

Back to School, No Drool: Treating Cavities with the Dental Laser, Numbing Free! Apr 3rd, 2019

            You have a cavity. The dreaded words at the dentist that nobody wants to hear. Those four words and the unknown around them can be scary for anyone and is amplified even more when you’re a small child and don’t have your own experiences...