We Are Open – Safety is Our Top Priority!
We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
You’ve changed and fed your baby. He’s had a nap, and there doesn’t seem to be any reason for his irritable behavior. Crying, fussy babies may leave you confused and frustrated, especially if you’re a new parent. If there are no obvious health problems, your baby might be teething. Dentist health professionals say the following signs and symptoms suggest that…Continue reading
Dental x-rays are so important toward the prevention of dental decay and disease that we recommend they be performed on patients of all ages. This includes performing dental x-rays on children with so-called baby teeth. Screening your child’s mouth at this early age can help determine if there are any issues with his or her permanent teeth, jaw development and…Continue reading
You expect your child to be susceptible to cavities from a number of places including candy, sugary foods and colas or other beverages. What you may not know is that even their cough syrup can have a great deal of sugar in it. Because many companies use sweetener to improve the taste of cough syrup, your child may be exposed…Continue reading
At Dental Solutions we understand that sometimes our smallest and youngest dental patients are fearful of treatment. It’s important to know that going to the dentist’s office is necessary to keep your smile healthy and beautiful – and that in most cases it will never hurt to come to our office! Once they visit for the first time, most children…Continue reading
Patients that are prone to the development of tooth decay due to deep crevices and indentations in the flat chewing surfaces of their teeth may likely benefit from the application of dental sealants. This is especially true for the larger, back teeth. Don’t visit Dental Solutions assuming that dental sealants are only helpful for pediatric dental patients. While protective dental…Continue reading