The Advantages of Digital Technology in Pediatric Dentistry

The Advantages of Digital Technology in Pediatric Dentistry

Digital advances in Pediatric Dentistry are amazing. Not only do they provide for patient comfort, they create opportunities for Pediatric Dentists to provide better treatment.   Digital X-Rays The cutting-edge technology of digital X-rays, also known as digital...

Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

Baby Bottle Tooth Decay   Early childhood caries (cavities) is also referred to as “baby bottle tooth decay”.  It’s a serious condition that is a result of lengthy exposure of your infant’s teeth to liquid that contain sugar.  These liquids can include milk,...

Pediatric Dentist Factoid #6

                    Worn toothbrushes do not do a good job of cleaning your teeth. Your pediatric dentist recommends changing your toothbrush every 2-3 months for children because they wear their brushes out...

Pediatric Dentist Fact #5

Brushing alone means half your tooth is untouched and remains unclean. Flossing and brushing together is the only way to make sure your teeth are clean. Come by today and see our pediatric dentist for more information.  ...

Pediatric Dentist Fact #4

Dental decay can set in within 24 hours. That means it is worth it to get up and brush your teeth. And don’t forget to floss twice a day! If you have any questions or want to schedule an appointment call our pediatric dentist office today and we will happily...

Pediatric Dentist Fact #3

Did you know Cereal can have as much as 15 grams of sugar per serving? Chocolate candy bars can have as much as 30 grams per serving. A 12-ounce glass of Cranberry Juice Cocktail can have 48 grams per serving. The average American consumes 147 pounds of sugar per...
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