A pediatric dentist shares oral health tips for kids, including when a child should first see the dentist and what to do if a tooth gets knocked out.
A Dental Associates orthodontist explains the benefits to Invisalign – the aesthetically-pleasing alternative to traditional metal braces.
One of our dentists shares the most common dental myths she hears from her patients and sets the record straight about baby teeth, diet sodas, and more.
Braces make oral hygiene a little more difficult than normal, so our hygienist shares tips for how to master teeth cleaning during orthodontic treatment.
There are tons of hidden sugars in kids’ beverages, but you can help minimize the negative effects on their teeth! Learn how in Dr. Goodell’s blog post.
Kids are trying to straighten their own teeth with DIY braces, but the process can permanently damage their teeth and gums.
Hate goopy impressions? You’re not alone! Learn about digital impressions and how they help make your dental care more precise and comfortable.
We all know sugar in excess is unhealthy, but do you know how it affects your child’s teeth? One of our pediatric dentists explains in this blog post!
Just as the sun can affect your skin, it can affect your lips too. Read if lip balm is good for you and learn how to choose the best kind for protecting your lips.
A retainer is important after braces are removed, so find out what type of retainer might be right for you.
If your child sucks their thumb or uses a pacifier, learn how this habit affects oral health and overall development.
Not sure when your child should first visit the dentist? Dr. Dufresne explains at what age a child should see the dentist and what to expect.