Having a jaw that pops can be distressing, especially if it inhibits movement during daily tasks like talking or eating. If you’re experiencing a popping sound or feeling in your jaw, this could be a sign of TMJ. Read our blog post to learn more!
Young children have many ways to soothe themselves as they develop. Using pacifiers and thumbsucking are two ways that are most common. Although this is harmless when they are babies, after their teeth come in, sucking can present problems for teeth and mouth. Read our blog post to learn about the dental consequences of thumbsucking.
Chances are your family, and especially your kids, loves to indulge in sweet treats during the holidays. But how do you swap their favorite sweets for treats that aren’t so bad for their teeth? Read our blog post for some healthy holiday treat ideas for your family so they can enjoy the holidays by satisfying their sweet tooth without bringing on the cavities.
It’s August and we all know what that means – back to school! Whether your little ones can’t wait to hit the books or they’re begging for one more week of summer, one thing is for sure, they need healthy teeth. Read our blog post for tips and tricks to set their smile up for a successful school year. Don’t forget to contact us to schedule checkups for the entire family!
Read our blog post to learn about cavities: what they are, their causes, symptoms, and prevention. Combat tooth decay with a great oral care routine and biannual visits to the dentist. Our expert team would love to help protect your family’s smiles. Contact our friendly office today to join our dental family!