If your child has started to lose their baby teeth, you should begin to see something. It is the eruption of their permanent teeth. This is usually a joyous occasion. But, it’s possible that one or more of their permanent teeth won’t come in like they’re supposed to. A permanent tooth could fall out because of an accident or injury. In this post, we’ll show you why it is important to know what to do if your child is missing a permanent tooth. Let’s get cracking.
It is a parent or guardian’s responsibility to ensure that your child goes through various life experiences. All the while undergoing the least pain possible. Taking a child to see a pediatric dentist or an orthodontist is often a parent’s worst nightmare. As a result, pediatric anesthesia has become popular. It is an artificial way of making children insensitive to pain during a visit to the dentist. In this post, we’ll take you through what pediatric anesthesia is and why you want it for your child. Let’s get going.
Bleeding gums can make a parent nervous to no end. A child with blood in his mouth after brushing will get mom’s attention. Mom’s instinct as a parent would be to call a pediatric dentist. There are several reasons for bleeding gums in kids. If you are a mom, the thought ‘my child has bleeding gums,’ will concern you. To help avoid the dentist, here are four common causes of gum irritation in children.
What is a Pulpotomy? Pained children are the worst for a parent. Helpless and unsure how to go about helping the youngling in their time of need. When it comes to tooth pain, our memories of our own pains rekindle. We rush to the dentist and hope the expert can remedy it. There are many oral issues to deal with and a good dentist will spot the issue right away. If your dentist has advised your child needs a pulpotomy, you will have questions for sure. In this post, we’ll give you a rundown on what is a pulpotomy and how to go about it.
Becoming a dentist takes years of dental school. It takes years but the expertise shows as a top qualified dentist can work with about any oral health issue. Or recommend another dental specialist to take over. Those experts who want to shine can take it even further. Being a board-certified dentist is to be a go-to expert in the industry. In this easy read post, we’ll show the quick facts about what it means to be a board-certified dentist. Let’s get reading.
Self-Isolation in a pandemic lockdown means we are all required to stay at home. And obey self-isolation. The world may have paused but our lives and bodies continue the same. During self-isolation, we must keep healthy and not miss the routines that keep us this way. Dental care is one of those things. Our teeth still need everyday care and dentists will see you for emergencies only. In this post, we’ll give you pediatric dental care during isolation tips so you can stay mouth healthy during self-isolation.
It is difficult for children to understand the importance of dental health. but, especially if they are timid. Sometimes your child, faced with a new and unfamiliar situation find themselves scared. In this post, we’ll show you 6 ways to help your child understand the dental process. Dental visits are not so bad after all. Let’s get into it.
It is vital to maintain proactive oral health regimens for all children. For kids who suffer from chronic health conditions, it can be much harder to do. A chronic health condition is a permanent and on-going health problem. In this post, we’ll show you the facts on pediatric dental care and chronic health conditions. Then you’ll be able to make informed decisions. Let’s get going.
A cavity? Let’s face it, there is nothing more joyous than a toothless grin from a child. Many children bear smiles with fillings to maintain the tooth’s health after decay. For children, baby teeth are thinner than those with adult or permanent teeth. Prevention is important. In this post, we’ll lay out how to help children remain cavity-free. Let’s get going.
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