Nia Pediatrics Is Proud to Receive the BestSelf Award

When you need a new pediatric dentist, knowing that the practice you are considering has received a BestSelf Award should help you make your choice. Atlanta’s BestSelf Magazine provides resources for individuals and families to lead a happy and healthy life. It offers...

How to Care for Braces at School

Braces can be essential if you want straight and healthy teeth, but when your child goes to school all day, they have to take care of their braces on their own. With an increasing number of young children with braces, it’s even more important that they know what...

What are Damon Braces?

The world of braces has changed a lot over the years. In the past, traditional metal braces were one of the only options, but now, there are Invisalign, ceramic braces, and Damon braces as well as a handful of other options. Damon braces are a relatively new form of...

When is the Best Time to Get Braces?

The best time to get braces varies depending on the unique needs of your mouth. Usually, your dentist lets you know if you should consider braces, but to be on the safe side, you may want to consult with an orthodontist to see what you need. Here are a few situations...

Why Choose a Pediatric Dentist?

When you take your child to the dentist, you should just take them to the same dentist you visit, right? Well, that can work in some cases, but typically, it’s not the best option. To get the best, most comfortable, high quality care for your child, you should...

Invisalign: Are Invisible Braces Right for You?

If you’re thinking about getting braces, you have a wide variety of options to choose from, including traditional metal braces, ceramic braces, and invisible braces like Invisalign. Adults are particularly attracted to invisible braces, but image-conscious teens and...

Why You Need To Visit A Baby Dentist

It goes without saying that during their first few months of development babies go through a lot of transitions. Babies teeth usually don’t come in until around six to eight months. So naturally, you might not think they need dental care or visit a baby dentist. But...