Posts Categorized: Children’s Dentistry

Staying Cavity-Free During Halloween!

We love Halloween as much as anyone, however, we also know that your child’s trick or treating haul may increase the risk of cavities forming. Fortunately, we have a few tips for Gary, IN, parents to help protect their children’s smiles from cavities in the Halloween season!

Do Your Kids Need A Back To School Visit?

Getting your children ready to head back to school can be stressful. You have to pick up supplies, grab new clothes, and make sure they have everything else they need. However, we urge you not to forget about their smiles! Finding time to see the dentist in the school year can often be difficult, which… Read more »

Providing Dedicated Dental Care For Young Patients

What kind of dental care do young patients require? Many of the services provided in pediatric dental care are also provided for adult patients. After all, patients of all ages benefit from careful examinations of their teeth, and focused, professional cleanings. That being said, kids can require special services to make sure they are fully… Read more »

Providing Dedicated Pediatric Dental Care

Receiving dedicated professional dental care at an early age can help a person enjoy a lifetime of quality oral health. It is certainly true that kids and adults alike benefit from routine dental exams, but it should be noted that children can enjoy important, unique benefits. One particularly important service provided by your dentist is… Read more »

Starting Your Child’s Regular Dental Checkups

Is your child ready to start dental visits? Your child’s smile will go through no small number of changes over the years. Their primary (baby) teeth will start to arrive, only to be lost, and replaced with their secondary (adult) teeth. During this time, their jaw is also growing and developing. The dental appointments that… Read more »

Ensuring Your Child Enjoys Good Oral Health

What does it take to keep your child’s oral health in top form? In many regards, children’s dental needs match the needs of adults. You want to keep their teeth healthy by keeping up with regular care, and by limiting their exposure to harmful substances. However, unlike you, your child has far less experience dealing… Read more »