Why You Should Visit a Baby Dentist

As a parent, you know how crucial it is to take your baby to the doctor. But what you may not realize is that it’s also important to visit a baby dentist. A baby’s teeth usually don’t start coming in until around six to eight months. It’s only natural to think you may...

How Sugar Causes Tooth Decay for Kids

Halloween is just around the corner, and with the rest of the seasonal holidays following closely behind, your child is surrounded by sugar now more than ever. While indulging in treats once in a while isn’t a bad thing, sugar can lead to negative effects on your...

Dentist-Approved Healthy School Lunches for Kids

Now that school is fully back in session, it’s time to consider what you’re packing in your child’s lunchbox. Many of the foods we think are healthy are secretly full of cavity-causing sugar ready to wreak havoc on your child’s teeth. Vegetables, fruits, whole grains,...

What is a Tongue Tie? How Can it Be Treated?

If your infant is having trouble latching when breastfeeding or you find yourself in a lot of pain during the process, your infant could be suffering from tongue tie. Ankyloglossia, or tongue tie, is a condition where the lingual frenum, the thin piece of tissue...