Restorative Dentistry

Causes of tooth pain in a child

5 Reasons Your Child Could Be Complaining of Tooth Pain

If you think back to the last time you had a toothache, you likely wince. You aren’t making a face ...
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Know what a palate expander does

Just for Kids: 3 Things To Expect if You’re Getting a Palate Expander

So, you just left the dentist, and you were told that you need a palate expander. We bet you have ...
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Anesthesia options for a better dental visit

More Comfortable, More Precise: Why We Love Computer Assisted Local Anesthesia

Building positive experiences for your child using painless dental anesthesia. None of us enjoy seeing our kids uncomfortable, so when ...
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When a baby tooth extraction is necessary

How Do Dentists Decide If Baby Teeth Need to Be Pulled?

Is Tooth Extraction Necessary? Tooth extraction is relatively rare when dealing with baby teeth. There are many preventive and restorative ...
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Connection between tongue ties and sleep apnea

The Connection Between Tongue Ties and Sleep Apnea

Obstructive Sleep Apnea in Kids Did you know that children can experience obstructive sleep apnea just like adults? Although the ...
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When braces go on

What Should I Expect the Day I Have My Braces Put On?

Your First Day With Braces You've already found out that you'll be getting braces, and now the big day is ...
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5 Symptoms You Didn’t Know Were Caused by Jaw Misalignment

Jaw misalignment can have a bigger impact than you may realize. We use our jaws almost constantly to eat, speak, ...
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What Is a Pulpotomy? Baby Tooth Root Canals Explained

Pulpitis, Pulpotomy, and Pulpectomy—What They Mean Your child has been experiencing a toothache, and their pediatric dentist has discovered that ...
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How Do I Know If My Kid Has a Cavity?

Why does my child keep getting cavities? It’s common for parents to assume that tooth decay is the result of ...
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Are Fillings in Baby Teeth Really Necessary?

Primary teeth are temporary, but they have a permanent impact on your child’s future oral health. Baby teeth may be ...
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