We want your child’s first visit to the dentist to be a pleasant one. We can help your child have healthy teeth for life by performing routine check-ups and providing preventative care. As a result, they’ll link dental services with something fairly enjoyable or even fun in the future.
Did you know that summer is one of the busiest seasons for dental emergencies in Austin? Not only are kids on summer break, but they’re more likely to participate in outdoor activities and recreational sports. As a result, they are more likely to be involved in scenarios where accidents, knocks, falls, hits, and other injuries occur frequently.
Have you ever heard of children’s dental sealants and wondered what they were or what they did?
Drinking water right out of the tap has a lot of benefits that you may have not considered. In fact, it’s one of the easiest ways to help your child have a healthy smile. Dr. Kyle Raymond recommends tap water for children for a lot of reasons, and some of them might surprise you.
Baby bottle tooth decay is a condition that causes severe cavities in baby teeth, especially the front ones. When left untreated, it can cause significant dental and developmental problems later on in life.
Primary (baby) teeth can decay at a much quicker rate than adult teeth do. Left untreated, these oral infections can spread to other parts of the mouth, including the adult teeth below them.
It’s very common for children to have gaps between their teeth. But is this condition okay, or should you be concerned if it occurs in your child? Let our experts at Westlake Pediatric Dentistry help!
Did you know that each baby tooth has a specific time period in which it’s supposed to fall out on its own? A child’s first set of teeth are meant to help with proper speech and facial development. In addition, primary teeth serve as placeholders for permanent ones, helping guide them into the proper position. Losing baby teeth prematurely can cause several complications 一 here are the most common:
We believe that starting a good oral care routine with your child at an early age is essential for the long-term health of their teeth. But we know that getting a young child to understand the importance of brushing their teeth can be an uphill battle, so we’ve put together a few tips that will help your family along the way.
Most pediatric dentists recommend helping children discontinue sucking habits by their first birthday or shortly thereafter. If your toddler or preschooler is still sucking their fingers, using a pacifier, or routinely relying on a sippy cup, there are some serious growth complications that can arise.