Your child's first trip to the dentist is a milestone, and ideally, you want the experience to be as positive as possible. This appointment can set the tone for your child's future dental health. To help you prepare, we have put together the following tips.
Most dentists recommend that you come in every six months for an appointment. Do you really need to go to the dentist that often? Why is regular dental care so important? Here is why you should come in to visit our Loganville dentist as recommended.
At some point in their lives, many dental patients need a root canal. Some patients have several root canals throughout their lives. Others just have one root canal, and some patients don't ever need one. If you are facing your first root canal, you may have some questions about the procedure. So that you are well informed, we've put together some basic information for you.
For many children and teens, going to the orthodontist and getting braces put on is a necessity. Braces do more than just give you a straight smile. They can also correct any jaw alignment issues that lead to headaches, jaw tension, and TMJ disorder. Although braces are the most common form of orthodontic treatment, many wonder what it’s like to get braces put on. Here’s a look at the process.
Your child's lifelong dental health is greatly affected by their dental experiences as a child. That's why it's critical to find a quality pediatric dentist who can help you focus on your child's dental health. Let’s take a closer look at pediatric dentistry and what you need to know as a parent.
Your smile is one of the first things many people notice about you, and aside from what other people think, the way your smile looks can affect how you feel about yourself. If you feel embarrassed or unhappy with your smile, it may be time to look into cosmetic dentistry procedures that can help. In particular, you may want to consider porcelain veneers.