A Primary Tooth With a Large Cavity Might Need a Dental Crown

Your child’s 20 primary teeth play an important role in allowing them to bite off and efficiently break down food. These small teeth also play a structural role in the process of being replaced by their 32 permanent counterparts. If your son or daughter loses a primary tooth to an untreated cavity, the lingering void could affect the alignment of... read more »

A Dental Filling Can Often Treat a Minor Cavity

Having a routine dental checkup administered twice each year by professionally trained pediatric dentist like Dr. Jennifer Morgan is a critical component of maintaining your child's healthy mouth. This outpatient appointment is will remove plaque, tartar and other bacterial deposits from their pearly whites. The following dental exam will also identify any early signs of periodontal disease and tooth decay. If... read more »