Pediatric Dentistry

What To Do If Your Child Has a Toothache

If your child is complaining of a toothache, contact a children's dentist to have it diagnosed as soon as possible. Read More →

Why Are Cavities So Common in Young Children?

The most obvious reason why young children get cavities and tooth decay is because of the frequency with which they eat sugary foods like sweets ... Read More →

Preventing Dental Caries In Young Children

Savannah dentist Dr. Kevin Dickinson, DDS says the real key to preventing dental caries in young children has to do with at-home hygiene and care. Read More →

The Importance of Children’s Dental Care

Children’s primary (baby) teeth start erupting between ages 6 to 12 months which is why it is important to monitor and treat teeth early to ... Read More →

Dental Care for ‘Tweens and Teens

When it comes to dental care for kids and teens, weaning them off soda pop can make a huge difference. Read More →

Can Parents Transmit Periodontal Disease To Their Children?

Unwary parents can transmit certain oral conditions to their children, which is why it is so important for all new moms and dads to get ... Read More →

Solving the Mysteries of Pediatric Dentistry

For many parents, the world of pediatric dentistry remains a mystery. Dr. Robert Kacmarcik, a children's dentist in Newark, DE, helps answer parent's questions about ... Read More →

Why Are Arch Expanders Important For Young Patients?

Arch expanders are an important part of orthodontic treatment for adolescent patients. Read More →

Are Digital Dental X-Rays Safe For Children?

Today's digital x-rays are very, very safe for children and adults of all ages. Read More →

How Do Dental Sealants Work?

Dental sealants protect the little groves on the insides and tops of vulnerable teeth. Read More →