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Here’s what you can expect from your child’s dental development and how you can keep their baby teeth (and adult teeth) healthy throughout each step of it.
If you’re looking for a way to get you and your kids out of the house, there are plenty of activities in and around Hoover that you can do to beat that serious case of cabin fever.
Providing the Best Dental Care for Your Child It’s natural to want the best for your kids, including the best dental care available. Your child’s dentist plays a vital role in helping them develop strong, healthy teeth, so finding the right dentist for your child is...
Instilling Good Habits in Your Children We often need to teach our children skills and habits that they find tricky. Teaching our children to brush and floss their teeth is important but can sometimes become a battle between parent and child. Your child’s baby teeth...
No two mouths are alike and in many cases, it’s impossible to determine whether Invisalign or traditional braces is the better option from simply taking a look at your own child’s teeth. This is why it’s important to learn about both treatment options and keep an open mind during your child’s evaluation exam.
The world of orthodontics has really changed! Orthodontic treatment is more efficient than ever and the teeth straightening process quicker in many ways.
As treatment begins and your braces or Invisalign aligners are placed, it’s normal to have some discomfort for the first few days. This soreness is due to the shifting process starting on your teeth.
Many adults seeking orthodontic treatment will have their sights set on Invisalign because of their nearly invisible appearance and quicker treatment times.
Setting your child up for optimal oral health at an early age benefits their total wellbeing in so many ways. In your child’s earliest years, great oral health habits help protect your child’s baby teeth (also known as primary teeth), which are essential for your child’s health, development, and self-esteem.
No matter what your child’s stage or first dental experience, a positive relationship with oral health and dentistry is still possible with a few intentional adjustments and actions.
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