What does February mean to you? More winter? Roses and chocolates?
For a pediatric dentist in Mount Pleasant, it means that it’s National Children’s Dental Health Month! It’s a perfect opportunity to promote oral health care, and I love getting parents and kids as excited about dental care as
We recently had a family rush straight from the hospital to our pediatric dental practice in Mount Pleasant. Their newborn was “tongue-tied”, and the surgical staff at the hospital was recommending a frenectomy, a procedure that releases or removes the offending frenulum, and they wanted to use
Try as we might to protect them, sometimes little teeth need a bit of help. It’s one thing to add a crown to a damaged adult tooth, but do children’s primary teeth really need them?
The answer is “yes,” but first let’s learn more about crowns.
What Are Dental Crowns?
When a tooth is damaged
Children are notoriously bad about adequately brushing their teeth, particularly those molars in the back. Parents often wish there were a way to protect the newly-emerged adult teeth until their children are old enough to adequately protect their own oral health. Dental sealants are the answer these
When you think of a children’s dentist in Mt. Pleasant, you might not automatically think of “advanced technology.”
Many pediatric dentists don’t always have the chance to move ahead with new technology, so it’s understandable that you don’t always associate the two.
At our practice,