Dental Tips For School Children
June 30, 2021 alex

Dental Tips For School Children

Good habits are set early, and it’s never a bad time to help your child “brush” up their dental skills so they can enjoy a happy, healthy mouth for the rest of their lives! Many parents want to help their child build great dental habits but aren’t sure where to start. Here at Children’s Dental Read More

3 Questions to Ask Before Choosing Your Child’s Dentist
May 26, 2021 wpengine

Questions To Ask Before Choosing Your Child’s Dentist

As parents, we want the best for our children—and that includes the best dental treatment. All you have to do is choose a dentist from whom you would like your child to receive treatment, but where do you begin? There are so many providers to choose from, and it’s important to find one who will Read More

10 Ways To Prepare Your Child For Their First Dental Visit
March 30, 2021 wpengine

10 Ways To Prepare Your Child For Their First Dental Visit

We know going to the dentist for the first time can be a little scary. Hey, even adults get nervous about the prospect sometimes! For children, a lot of this is just a fear of the unknown. There are a number of steps you can take to help alleviate these jitters, and you can rest Read More

Is It Safe To Whiten Your Children's Teeth?
February 26, 2021 wpengine

Is It Safe To Whiten Your Children’s Teeth?

Judging by Hollywood’s standards, a dazzlingly bright white smile is the norm and anything less than that is unacceptable. This is reinforced by movies, television, and even children’s media, but the truth is, most teeth are naturally different shades of off-white, yellow, and even gray. Baby teeth have a thinner coating of enamel compared to Read More

Recognizing Bad Habits That Will Affect Your Child’s Teeth
January 29, 2021 wpengine

Recognizing Bad Habits That Will Affect Your Child’s Teeth

There are few things a parent loves more than seeing their child smile. Even the odd flaw is something to get sentimental about, but what happens when those little imperfections affect more than school pictures? Many common dental issues can interfere with everyday tasks like eating, sleeping, and speaking. They can even play a role Read More

5-dental-emergencies-in-children
November 30, 2020 Chris Rowland, DDS

5 Dental Emergencies Children Can Have

As a parent, you do everything you can to protect your child and keep them safe. But there’s no avoiding the fact that getting bumps and bruises are an expected part of being a kid. When playtime turns into an emergency, it’s important to act quickly. If your child has a dental emergency, contact our Read More

How Important Are Teeth Cleanings for Kids?
October 2, 2020 alex

How Important Are Teeth Cleanings for Kids?

Many parents worry about the health of their children’s teeth. You want to keep those pearly whites to last well into old age. Unfortunately, kids sometimes struggle to understand the importance of oral health. That means it’s your responsibility to help them keep their teeth clean until they’re old enough to care about it for Read More

Children's back to school checklist
July 27, 2020 Chris Rowland, DDS

Children’s Back to School Checklist

The summer is winding down, and it’s almost time for your children to start a new school year. We can all agree that the back-to-school season this year is nothing like years past. With so much uncertainty about what the school year will look like, and what school will even look like. No matter what Read More

should-my-child-get-braces
May 27, 2020 Chris Rowland, DDS

Should My Child Get Braces?

In today’s world, we have access to information on just about everything we could imagine within minutes, thanks to the internet and mobile devices. While this is incredibly useful, it can be a bit overwhelming! When you’re asking questions about your child’s dental and orthodontic care, it can be difficult to know which sources are Read More

Why Aren't My Child's Permanent Teeth Coming In?
April 3, 2020 Chris Rowland, DDS

Why Aren’t My Child’s Permanent Teeth Coming In?

Here at Children’s Dental Center, we understand how worrying oral issues can be for parents and caregivers. A common issue we see in the office is an older child or teenager who is missing one or more permanent teeth. Parents and patients alike worry about why this may be happening and how they can address Read More