How to Prepare My Child for Their First Dental Visit

According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, children should have their initial visit by their first birthday or when their first tooth comes in, whichever comes first. If your little one is scared or nervous about visiting the dentist for the first time, check out our blog post for some tips to help your child and you feel prepared for the visit!

What Does Comprehensive Dental Care Mean

Choosing the right dentist involves looking at a variety of factors. From office space to payment options to dental services, it’s important to find a dentist that meets all of your criteria. We recommend finding a dentist who offers comprehensive dental care! Read our blog post to find out what that means.

Holiday Snacks That Increase the Risk of Tooth Decay

It’s tempting to indulge in plenty of delicious treats around the holiday season, but it’s important to be aware that the same foods and drinks that can be damaging to your waistline can also be damaging to your teeth! Check out our blog post where we outline some holiday snacks that can put you at an increased risk for tooth decay.

5 Common Myths About Root Canals

Do the words root canal alone make you cringe? Well, you’re not alone. Plenty of people have misconceptions about this incredibly routine procedure, many of which are left over from days gone by. Read our blog post where we explore a handful of common notions about root canals, and let you know why they just aren’t true.

Back-to-School Dental Tips From Your Family Dentist

No one wants to think about summer coming to an end, especially your kids! But with a new school year comes new opportunities to form healthy habits that they might have slacked off on during summer break. Check out our blog post for some easy back-to-school dental tips for the whole family to enjoy!