Pediatric Tongue Tie: What Should You Do?

In a typical baby, the frenulum (tissue that secures tongue to the bottom of the mouth) separates from part of the tongue, allowing the tongue to move freely. In cases when it doesn’t separate, it is referred to as tongue tie, also known as ankyloglossia. This can cause issues with speech, eating and dental hygiene.…

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The Importance of Regular Dental Visits for Your Child

Having your child attend their regular dental visits will help prevent cavities and reduce the risk of your child experiencing pain, trouble focusing in class and other possible medical issues. Small children who have healthy teeth can chew their food easily, speak clearly and smile with confidence.

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Back to School Dental Checkup

As the sun begins to set earlier and back to school sales have begun, we try our best to plan the remaining days of summer. Make sure your child is scheduled for their back to school dental checkup. Regular dental visits are important year-round, however, your childs’ back to school dental checkup is key to…

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