With school starting again in just a few days, now is a great time for parents to schedule a back-to-school visits with their Greenville, TX, dentist. An exam and cleaning can help ensure your little ones start the new school year with a healthy, bright smile. We can also tackle any developing issues, such as… Read more »
Category: Children’s Dentistry
Cavities are no fun, as they cause pain and sensitivity, and may even lead to infection or premature tooth loss! However, routine care can help kids in Greenville, TX, enjoy better oral health and a reduced risk of cavities. Find out how we help kids avoid cavities with our preventive treatment options and routine cleaning… Read more »
As parents, you want to protect your children and help them stay healthy and happy. With that in mind, what can be done to protect little smiles for cavities? Your Greenville, TX, dentist actually offers a unique way to safeguard smiles from cavities: dental sealants!
Most schools in Greenville, TX get a Winter Break from classes that goes well into January. If you are a lucky adult, you might also get some extended time off of work during this time of year. If you have kids at home from school or college, the break over winter could be a great… Read more »
October in Greenville, Texas means that trick-or-treating is just around the corner. It also means that the grocery stores, drugstores, and department stores all feel like their aisles are overflowing with candy. It can be tempting to stock up on all the big bags of sweets so that your house can have the best treats… Read more »
For most schools in Greenville, TX, summer vacation is coming to an end in just about two weeks. Back-to-school season is usually a time when kids get excited about new outfits and new school supplies. It can also be a great time to recommit to oral health. Whether your kids are heading into kindergarten or… Read more »
Instilling good oral health habits in children is probably the best way to protect their smiles. Oral health habits include teaching children how to effectively brush and floss their teeth, instilling the importance of routine dental exams and cleanings, teaching them to be mindful about food and drink, stressing the importance of mouth guards, and… Read more »
Prevention is the most important part of keeping smiles healthy and maintaining good oral health. Prevention is also an essential part of protecting children’s smiles. Prevention includes teaching children a good oral hygiene routine that includes at home technique and regular visits to the dentist. There are also preventative options like dental sealants and fluoride… Read more »
Just like teen and adults, children, even toddlers, are susceptible to cavities. Without treatment, these cavities can eventually threaten the stability of their smiles, even leading to premature tooth loss (which can lead to misalignment later in life). How do you protect little smiles from decay?