Relevant Information Concerning Plaque and Tartar in a Child’s Mouth

The summer swing is nearing its end and the fall season has come once again. With the advent of fall and the harvest season that awaits, numerous sweets and treats may soon be coming your way. Unfortunately, this includes oral health care risks for your child including plaque and tartar build-up. Plaque is a thin layer that arises on your... read more »

Baby Bottle Tooth Decay: Is Your Child At Risk?

If you are a parent or caregiver of a baby, you probably think giving your child a bottle at naptime or bedtime is harmless; after all, baby teeth will fall out, to be replaced by permanent teeth. The truth is, baby teeth are still at risk for cavities. Since these first teeth ensure adult teeth come in correctly, it is... read more »

Cavity Treatment for your Kids

Sometimes, despite your best efforts to get your children to brush and floss on a regular basis, they can still develop cavities in their baby teeth. Don’t feel bad, this happens fairly commonly. Kids love sugar and can often miss places while brushing, which can make these types of things happen. When this does happen, we know it can be... read more »

Excellent Techniques for Preventing Cavities

Cavities, also commonly referred to as tooth decay, occur when tooth enamel is broken down by plaque. Preventing cavities takes a minimal amount of effort, but it must be employed on a daily basis. The more you do to prevent cavities, the safer your mouth will be. As the new year begins to open its doors to us, we must... read more »