Apr 3 2018

Make Brushing Fun!

April 3rd, 2018 | Posted By: Young Dentistry | Posted in Prevention, Tooth Brush App

Do you struggle with making your child WANT to brush their teeth? Download this APP today! Parents of our patients rave about this interactive app released by Phillips Sonicare. The app transforms brush time into fun… Read More

Apr 2 2018

Preventing Dental Trauma

April 2nd, 2018 | Posted By: Keaton Howe | Posted in Emergency Conditions

When I ask my patients if they are wearing a mouthguard during their contact sports, most parents respond “Oh, he doesn’t need one, he uses a helmet.”  What many of my patients may not understand… Read More

Apr 2 2018

Losing Baby Teeth

April 2nd, 2018 | Posted By: Jill Decker | Posted in Teething to Wisdom Teeth

The loss of a baby tooth is one of the most memorable milestones in a child’s life.  For first-timers, though, this time may be accompanied by concern and trepidation.  The first teeth to lose, between… Read More

Apr 2 2018

All About Sealants

April 2nd, 2018 | Posted By: Jill Decker | Posted in Prevention, Treatment

It’s likely at some point your dentist will recommend sealants for your child.  The anatomy of the back molars is such that they have deep grooves and fissures on the chewing surfaces. Bacteria and food… Read More

Mar 20 2018

Mouth Rinses

March 20th, 2018 | Posted By: Young Dentistry | Posted in News

Mouth rinses can have therapeutic benefits; others are only cosmetic in nature. Some have both attributes. The Food and Drug Administration even classifies mouth rinses this way. In general, some therapeutic rinses with fluoride have been… Read More

Mar 19 2018

Cavities & Tooth decay

March 19th, 2018 | Posted By: Young Dentistry | Posted in Prevention, Treatment

Tooth decay is another name for the disease known as “caries,” or cavities. A cavity is the result of your tooth enamel, dentin, or cementum being destroyed by long-term exposure to harmful bacteria. Many cavities are… Read More