Two-Phase Orthodontic Treatment: The Basics
January 25, 2023 alex

Two-Phase Orthodontic Treatment: The Basics

You’ve probably heard of two-phase orthodontic treatment if you’re a parent of an adolescent who needs braces. But what is it exactly? Is it necessary? Can it help achieve a beautiful and healthy smile? Children’s Dental Center is going to dive into the basics and how it can benefit your treatment. Phase One: “Early Treatment” Read More

How to Know if Your Child Has a Cavity
December 20, 2022 Chris Rowland, DDS

How to Know if Your Child Has a Cavity

All great parents know that despite your hard work and best intentions, you can’t always prevent things from happening to your child. When it comes to oral health, sometimes even with regular dental appointments and daily brushing, your child might still end up with a cavity.  The great news is that our team at Children’s Read More

How Does Sugar Affect Your Child’s Teeth?
November 2, 2022 Chris Rowland, DDS

How Does Sugar Affect Your Child’s Teeth?

It’s common knowledge that consuming too much sugar can lead to tooth decay, but you may not know exactly how that happens. It’s not so much the sugar itself that causes damage but what takes place after you eat or drink. This knowledge is especially important when monitoring what your child eats and how their Read More

6 Tips For Choosing A Pediatric Dentist
October 2, 2022 Chris Rowland, DDS

6 Tips For Choosing A Pediatric Dentist

When it comes to dental needs, each patient requires customized care for the best treatment results. Some families with small children need extra or specialized care. Pediatric dentists have unique qualifications; they can provide gentler care and education for young children and treat young patients with special needs or disabilities. At the Children’s Dental Center, Read More

Preventing Tooth Decay in Children
September 27, 2022 Chris Rowland, DDS

Preventing Tooth Decay in Children

Protecting your child’s teeth is essential to keeping your little ones happy and healthy. It may be a no-brainer that their oral health is important to their wellbeing, but understanding just how to take care of baby teeth might not be so simple. Fortunately, you have the Children’s Dental Center at your side, ready to Read More

4 Tips for Keeping Kids' Teeth Healthy
August 31, 2022 Chris Rowland, DDS

4 Tips for Keeping Kids’ Teeth Healthy

Let’s set the scene: you’re a busy parent who works during the day and takes care of your kids in the evening. You do your best to ensure your kids are healthy, safe, and happy, and you make it a priority to teach them good habits that will stick with them throughout their lifetimes. In Read More

Everything You Need To Know About Baby Teeth
July 29, 2022 Chris Rowland, DDS

Everything You Need To Know About Baby Teeth

As a parent, trying to keep up with all the developmental milestones your child is going through from birth through their teenage years can be difficult. Our team at the Children’s Dental Center works with parents and children daily to improve their oral health and hygiene, so when it comes to dealing with baby teeth, Read More

All About Early Dental Care
June 12, 2022 Chris Rowland, DDS

All About Early Dental Care

Your oral health is the gateway to your overall health, and the same is true for your kids! From an early age, children should be visiting the dentist regularly to make sure their teeth are happy and healthy. Routine visits are key to developing good oral hygiene habits and preventing dental issues in the future.  Read More

Why Fluoride is Essential for Your Child's Teeth
May 10, 2022 Chris Rowland, DDS

Why Fluoride is Essential for Your Child’s Teeth

As a parent, there are so many things to learn to make sure that your child is happy, healthy, and well cared for. When children are little, you may not be as worried about their teeth, and for obvious reasons: they haven’t grown in yet! But as they get older and their baby teeth begin Read More

Benefits of Preventive Dentistry
April 20, 2022 Chris Rowland, DDS

Benefits of Preventive Dentistry

You can never be too young to learn about good dental hygiene! ‘Tooth’ be told, it is one of the most important life lessons for any young person because as we learn and grow, we become used to the habits that we form – for better or worse.  Our Children’s Dental Center team has years Read More