Tooth decay often occurs on the chewing surfaces of the back teeth because these teeth have pits and grooves that can trap plaque and food.
Primary teeth, also called baby teeth, are important to your child’s future dental health.
One of the questions we get asked regularly is, “Should my child wear a sports mouthguard?” We recommend all children wear a mouthguard if they are involved in any sport or activity where they can come in contact with other players or hard surfaces.
Dr. Kailes was interviewed at this year’s pediatric dental convention by the Isolite company.
Fluoride is a mineral compound containing fluorine, a naturally occurring element. It helps prevent tooth decay by making the tooth more resistant to acid and plaque and strengthens the enamel by replacing nutrients.
Our office uses digital X-ray technology that reduces your child’s exposure to radiation by as much as 90% and it eliminates the use of chemicals for development. It is better for your child and the environment. The need for dental X-rays varies from child to… Continue reading
Sure! Parents are always allowed in the back.
Pediatric dentists are dentists just for kids!