I work as a clerical assistant in a pediatric dental office, and I am commonly surprised by the number of children who are scared of the dentist. Many kids think that cleanings will be painful, and they believe they will be scolded for eating sugary foods. Children are also extremely frightful of the noises made by the water spraying tools and the suction devices. As adults, we know that dental cleanings are easy and free of pain. We need to impart this knowledge to our children so they know not to fear the dentist. I have provided blogs that will help you speak with your child about dental care. Good communication, trips to your own dentist, and online videos can assist you. So will good brushing techniques that will make your child proud to see the dentist. Enjoy my articles so you can help your child build oral care confidence.
26 April 2022
If your dentist has suggested a dental crown to you, chances are you have multiple questions about the treatment. And considering that these crowns will be fitted into your mouth, it's only right that you be fully aware of what will be happening. Below are answers to some questions about dental crowns. What Is a Dental Crown? A dental crown is a dental cap that a dentist places over a tooth to rebuild it to normal size, shape, strength, and function.
17 March 2022
Most people these days know what dental implants are. They're false teeth that replace not only the missing tooth crown, but also the root of the tooth. If you lose a tooth, most dentists now recommend replacing it with an implant, if possible. However, as common as implants are, some of the information that gets tossed around about them is not all that factual. Here are some misconceptions about dental implants that are surprisingly common.
9 February 2022
Dental implants are just one of many different methods available for replacing teeth that have fallen out, been severely damaged, or never grew in at all. Unlike bridges and dentures, dental implants have a lot in common with actual teeth, which makes them one of the best replacement choices available. Here's how they're similar to real teeth. Beneath the Surface Most dental replacements sit on the surface of your gums, or are secured to surrounding teeth.