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Baby Crowns

Stainless Steel Crowns, often termed "princess hats" or "robot teeth," are recommended for restoring baby and permanent molars with large cavities, those needing nerve treatments, fractured teeth, or teeth with enamel defects. These crowns are composed of a biocompatible alloy ...

Why Do I Need a Crown?

A crown or commonly known as a 'cap' is protective covering for a tooth. Your dentist may recommend a crown if … A previous large filling covering at least 2/3 of a tooth's surfaces is becoming defective A crack or ...

Why Pediatric Dental Appointments are Important to Start at Age-One?

Many parents don't realize that dental visits should begin much earlier than they think. Did you know your child should have their first dental exam by age one or six months after the eruption of the first tooth?  Further, they ...

Sealants, What are They and Why are They Important?

Dental sealants have become the standard of care in cavity prevention, especially when it comes to permanent molars. Because of this some patients and families have questions concerning the entire process. Let's talk about those concerns and questions such as, ...

Not all Fluoride is Created Equal

Did you know that not all fluoride is created equal? There are two types of fluoride, topical and systemic. Below we will discuss topical vs. systemic fluoride, and how it relates to your child's individual needs. By definition, topical fluoride ...

Flossing, The Key to Good Tooth Health

Did you know that if you're only brushing and never flossing, you're leaving 30% of the tooth surface uncleaned? Here are some of our best tips and tricks on getting that last 30%. Flossing is the key and the only ...