Blog-2 - Kids Pediatric Dentistry
19644
page-template-default,page,page-id-19644,bridge-core-3.1.3,qi-blocks-1.2.6,qodef-gutenberg--no-touch,qodef-qi--no-touch,qi-addons-for-elementor-1.6.7,qode-page-transition-enabled,ajax_fade,page_not_loaded,,qode_grid_1300,footer_responsive_adv,qode-content-sidebar-responsive,qode-child-theme-ver-1.0.0,qode-theme-ver-30.2,qode-theme-bridge,qode_header_in_grid,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-7.3,vc_responsive,elementor-default,elementor-kit-9

Blog-2

Ensuring the optimal oral health of your child is a responsibility that begins early in their development. As parents, we understand the importance of instilling good dental habits from the start, but...

Kids are at greater risk of catching dental infection (tooth abscess) because their immune system may not be as mature as those of adults. Apart from this, poor diet and poor oral hygiene damage teeth...

Your kid comes running to show you a wiggly tooth. As a parent, you become a little anxious and start thinking how to get rid of that loose tooth. Your concern is how to do it without hurting your kid...

Mouthguard is a dental appliance to protect teeth and gums from injury when involved in sports. The American Dental Association recognizes that children are likely to harm their teeth when not wearing...

Bad breath, medically referred to as halitosis but more often known as just having bad breath, is rather common and affects both adults and children. It’s fairly normal to have bad breath from t...

Brushing is only one aspect of good oral hygiene. Most American dentists claim that children’s tooth enamel degradation is on the rise. Parents must make a concerted effort to protect their chil...

Dental health diet is the biggest challenge for parents because what most children like to eat destroys their dental well-being. Tooth decay is common and number of children developing crooked teeth i...

Caring for a child’s primary teeth not only helps prevent decay and disease that can damage secondary teeth, but early care can also help build good habits that will stick with your child throughout...

Typically, baby’s teeth will begin to come in around 6 months of age. Sometimes also called primary teeth, the initial baby’s teeth help the mouth get ready for kid’s permanent teeth. Primary te...

Should my teen continue to see a Pediatric dentist in Allen or switch to an adult dentist? is a common question we get. If you’ve been bringing your kid to the dentist from a young age, chances ...

Why do we grow baby teeth? Our teeth provide multiple functions. There is so much more to teeth than just helping us chew our food, despite what some people may believe. As our jaws expand and grow, b...

Participating in sports is a great way of improving fitness, focus, social skills and boosting confidence. Unfortunately, facial and oral injuries are common with most sports due to falls and collisio...

Ankyloglossia, commonly called “tongue-tie” is a condition where movement of the tongue is restricted. This occurs when the band of tissue (lingual frenulum) that tethers the bottom of the tongue&...

When your child’s teeth appear you probably reach out for your camera to capture their adorable smiles. Baby teeth are cute like little, white pearls! They not only help your child chew, smile, and ...

For years, doctors have warned that stress can increase the risk of everything from high blood pressure to depression. But how often do we consider how stress or anxiety affects our teeth or smile? Ho...

What are cavities? Cavities form when bacteria feeds on the sugar left behind on your teeth by the food you eat. As they consume these sugars, they make an acid that dissolves your enamel, eventually ...

Kids are at greater risk of catching dental infection (tooth abscess) because their immune system may not be as mature as those of adults. Apart from this, poor diet and poor oral hygiene damage teeth...

As your child’s baby teeth get replaced with permanent teeth, you may notice they look crowded, crooked, or that your child has an overbite or underbite. A number of factors affect your child...

Selecting a right toothpaste for your children is an important step to ensure their dental and oral health. On the market there are so many toothpaste brands claiming to be best and kid friendly that ...

Baby teeth (also known as deciduous teeth) are your child’s first twenty teeth and most children start losing them around their 6th birthday as they’re replaced by permanent teeth. If your child ...

Practicing proper dental hygiene and regularly visiting a pediatric dentist will go a long way to ensuring the oral health of your child. Nevertheless, your child’s diet also plays a key role in the...

Most people recognize a few main benefits of practicing proper dental hygiene: a pretty smile, healthy teeth, and healthy gums. That said, there are other benefits that many people haven’t heard abo...

Sedation dentistry for kids: As a parent, you may be concerned because you are scared that if sedating your child is necessary or safe for dental treatment. Dr. Lisi, a pediatric dentist in Allen, rec...

Unfortunately chipping or breaking a baby tooth/primary tooth is a common accident that can happen for any child. Most kids are highly active since they are toddlers.  From the time they start walkin...

The type of food and drink we consume on a daily basis has a Huge impact on our dental health. On average we consume double the recommended daily amount of sugar. Another challenge is coffee drinks th...

How to Choose A Pediatric Dentist Many of us remember those days when a child would kick and scream on the way to dentist’s office. Parents had to use all kinds of “bribery” to make our child co...

Are you worried about scheduling a dentist appointment for your children? Are you curious about ways to maintain their healthy teeth? Here are several ways you can keep your child’s teeth in check: ...

When should a child brush teeth alone? As parents, we all get excited when we can see our children start to be independent and want to take care of their own personal things like brushing their teeth....