A child dental x-ray finds problems in the mouth such as tooth decay (especially early stage decay between the teeth), damage to the boney structure of the mouth and dental injuries. The earlier a dental problem is found and treated the better it is for your child.
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If your child has a cavity, you’re not alone! In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that more than 40% of kids get a cavity in a baby tooth before age 11. These cavities happen for a variety of factors, but a common culprit for kids is sugary foods and drinks. The most important things for you to know ... More
What are they?Dental sealants are plastic coatings placed on the chewing surface of the permanent back molars. This is the area where tooth decay most often occurs, and the sealants help “seal out” food particles and plaque that might cause decay.When should they be placed?Sealants are usually placed on the ... More
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How often should I have my kids' teeth checked?
Regular professional cleanings help prevent both cavities and gum disease. That’s why ... More