Fun Books That May Help Your Child Overcome Dental Phobia

Dental phobia is extremely common among children. In fact, Dentistry Today states that 19.5% of school age children have a phobia of the dentist or the dental practice. It is not something a child has to live with, though. There are fun, educational ways to help them understand more about the work of the dentist and why visits are so important. Reading books is one option, and here are four fun books that could help you and your child. Read More 

Helpful Tips For Flossing With Braces

Flossing is an integral part of a good oral hygiene regimen. The fact that you have braces doesn't change this. However, when flossing with braces, there are certain precautions you want to take in order to protect your teeth and your dental appliance. Make sure you know how to brush correctly for the best results. Choose Floss Wisely The first thing you want to do is choose the correct type of floss. Read More 

4 Tooth-Brushing Tips To Start Taking Seriously

Brushing teeth twice a day is something that everyone should be doing to help prevent tooth decay, cavities, and many other oral health problems. However, just because you are brushing your teeth twice a day doesn't mean that you are doing it correctly enough to truly be taking care of your smile. Here are four brushing tips you should start taking seriously: Brush Softly:  Many people brush their teeth too vigorously. Read More 

How To Overcome Your Fear Of Going To The Dentist

Your dentist is on your side. In fact, dentists are on the front lines of ensuring that their patients enjoy good oral health, and they are eager to offer advice and self-care tips to keep your pearly whites shining. If you have been avoiding the dentist like the plague because of your fears or a sad experience at another dentist's office, there is hope. A positive dental office can help set your fears at ease and so can the following tips. Read More 

An Overview Of The Lingual Arch Space Maintainer For Children

The loss of a baby tooth before the permanent one is ready to grow in could cause future dental problems for your child. A baby tooth not only helps your children chew food while they are young, but the teeth also preserve the pathway the permanent teeth follow through the gums as they grow in. The pathway can be interrupted by surrounding teeth moving into the space vacated by the missing tooth or teeth. Read More