Welcome to our blog

Are X-rays (Radiographs) Truly Necessary?

This is a question our front desk team members gets asked often when scheduling a new patient appointment. It is difficult to answer "Yes" or "No" due to the fact that for new patients we do not have any information on file regarding their dental history, family...

read more
Breastfeeding, Speech Development & Teeth Gaps

Breastfeeding, Speech Development & Teeth Gaps

A few years ago, one of my close friends and dental colleague asked me about her child's upper lip attachment (maxillary facial frenum). She wanted to know if the attachment was normal and if not, should it be a concern? At that time I gave the best answer I could,...

read more
First Dental Visit — How Soon? What Can I Expect?

First Dental Visit — How Soon? What Can I Expect?

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that you take your child for their first visit as early as 6 months of age, 6 months after the first tooth erupts and no later than their first birthday. With this information in mind, we have recommended the...

read more
Green Apple Pediatric Dentistry?

Green Apple Pediatric Dentistry?

The name to our practice can be summarized easily into one phrase: "An apple a day keeps the doctor away" or in our case the DENTIST. Our practice philosophy is to teach our children from an early age to make healthy choices that will not only affect their oral health...

read more