When Your Child’s Dental Enamel Isn’t Perfect, But Imperfecta

Parents might not quite think of their children as perfect, but many will certainly become protective if someone dares to call their kids imperfect. However, when such a comment was made by your children's dentist, they may have in fact said imperfecta, as in amelogenesis imperfecta. This is a relatively rare dental abnormality that requires comprehensive treatment. What are the signs of the disorder, and what can a dentist do to help overcome the issue? Read More 

Taking The Anxiety Out Of Going To The Dentist

Going to the dentist can be difficult for many people and even anxiety-inducing, but there are some things you can do to help reduce that stress and make the experience better. While there may not be one solution that makes you want to go for dental care, these tips can make the trip more manageable and less stressful. Communication Is Critical It is essential that you let the dentist know that you are anxious about dental care so you can work out a way to communicate with them during the procedure. Read More