April 1, 2018
After clearing up some of the common misconceptions about sealants in Part One of this series, we thought we’d share some of the evidence-based statistics on how effective they are. After all, even after learning that dental sealants in Rowlett are safe for your child, you don’t want to invest in a procedure that hasn’t been shown to work!
So keep reading to learn about how long sealants have been used and how you can be sure that they’re a reliable way to prevent cavities. You’ll feel great knowing that there’s a trustworthy dental procedure you can use to keep your children out of the dental chair as they get older!
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March 1, 2018
When it comes to raising children, there’s no shortage of advice out there! From gluten-free diets to the right way to secure a child in a car seat, all the information can be overwhelming. So when it comes to dental sealants in Rowlett, how can you sort out fact from fiction? On one hand, you’ve heard that they’re excellent for preventing decay in your children’s back teeth, but on the other, you may have heard that they’re dangerous or ineffective. Since we hear questions about this topic so often, we thought we’d write a blog to address five of the most common misconceptions about sealants. Keep reading to learn more!
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January 15, 2018
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! We’re bursting at the seams to tell you all about all the exciting things that our happening at your kids’ dentist in Rowlett. In February, we’re going to reveal a new member of our team — and we know you’re going to love her. We’re here to give you a little preview of what you can expect from her.
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December 20, 2017
If you’re sure of one thing, it’s that your little one has a sweet tooth. Your child may be a big fan of anything chocolate or have an affinity for baked goods. Either way, your child’s smile needs protection from harmful sugars.
Thankfully, your dentist offers helpful dental sealants in Rowlett to offer an extra layer between precious baby teeth and potential tooth decay.
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November 19, 2017
In our last blog post, we talked a little about dental sealants. If you’ve become a little more familiar about them and how they can help your little one, this week’s blog post will further help you really see why you need to ask your children’s dentist about dental sealants in Rowlett. Learn more about what they are specifically used for and how long they will last in your little one’s mouth!
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October 18, 2017
Have your children gone throughout life with a cavity-free smile—well, up until their last dental visit? If your little one has cavities for the first time, you may be wondering how you can correct their dental issue and prevent these problems from reoccurring in the future.
Dental sealants in Rowlett may be the answer to your child’s oral health problem! Sometimes, even with rigorous dental hygiene routines at home, patients can become susceptible to tooth decay and cavities from lodged food and dental debris. Sealants work to seal those remains from the crevices of those little teeth.
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September 8, 2017
Parents have so many important things to worry about. Is my child happy at school? Are they learning what they need to be accomplished members of society? Are they eating enough vegetables? Remembering to be the tooth fairy might seem secondary and easy to forget. With a little creativity, you can be prepared with some small tokens to commemorate your child’s first lost teeth without even having to leave cash. Here are some helpful ideas about inexpensive trinkets you can leave and how to be prepared when the time comes.
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August 20, 2017
With back to school season just around the corner, it’s important to have your children visit their dentist before your family gets too busy. Even if your child practices brushing and flossing their teeth correctly, it’s best to visit their children’s dentist in Rowlett at least every six months.
If it’s been a while since their last preventive appointment, bring them by and ask your dentist how preventive dental sealants can help your child’s teeth.
July 12, 2017
What is the most common childhood disease? Is it asthma? Hay fever? In fact, dental caries — otherwise known as cavities — are several times more common than either of those conditions. One study by the Centers for Disease Control found that 42 percent of children between the ages of 2 and 11 have experienced cavities in their baby teeth. More than 20 percent of children in the same age range have had cavities in their permanent teeth. If you want to stop your children from ending up on the wrong side of the statistics, you might want to consider heading to your dentist so your little ones can receive dental sealants in Rowlett.
June 16, 2017
There’s a lot for new parents to learn. Many have one thing to ask: When should my child visit the dentist for the first time? It’s a good question, as regular visits to the children’s dentist in Rowlett shouldn’t be ignored.