Pediatric Dentistry

Are Artificial Teeth Appropriate For Children With Traumatic Tooth Loss?

Dr. Ahmed would like parents to know that there are various types of appliances that can be used to cover up an area with a ... Read More →

How to Get Your Child Excited About Brushing

In addition to brushing and flossing it is also important that you are watching what your children eat. Read More →

Is There Any Connection Between Asthma and Oral Health?

Although asthma does not technically cause tooth decay, it can cause a lack of salivary flow, which has been proven to directly lead to tooth ... Read More →

What Health Challenges Can Result From Poor Oral Health in Kids?

The earlier a child visits the dentist, the less likely it is that he or she will suffer from tooth decay or infection later on ... Read More →

Caring For Your Child’s Mouth After a Dental Procedure

Regardless of your child’s age and whether you are assisting or not, brushing, flossing, and rinsing, should occur at least twice a day. Read More →

What to Look for in a Pediatric Dentist

The end goal of providing these young patients with great oral care is to help them develop healthy habits that will last a lifetime. Read More →

How Is Treating Pediatric Patients Different From Treating Adults?

Pediatric dentistry in itself is all about relationship building. Read More →

What Does It Mean If My Baby’s Teeth Have Spots or Stains?

Seeing stains or spots on a baby's teeth can mean many things, so consulting with a dentist is the best way to get to the ... Read More →

What To Do If Your Child Chips a Tooth

It's common for dentists to receive frantic calls from parents of toddlers under the age of three over concerns about chipped front teeth. Read More →

What Are Space Maintainers and When Are They Necessary?

This shifting issue becomes more important when a child has had one or more teeth extracted. Read More →