Why should I worry about my child’s baby teeth? They are just going to fall out anyway.

It’s just as important to take care of baby teeth as permanent teeth.  Read more…

What causes tooth decay?

Sugar is the number one factor.  Sugar and cavities are directly related.
Here are 10 changes you can make in your child’s diet that can make a big difference.

Why does my child have gaps between her baby teeth?

Gaps between baby teeth are actually a good thing. That means she will have enough room for her larger permanent teeth to come in properly without crowding.

My son’s front teeth are coming in behind his baby teeth. Should I be concerned?

It’s normal for permanent teeth to come in behind baby teeth, especially on the bottom.

Usually, the baby teeth fall out by themselves, and your child’s tongue will push the permanent teeth forward into their proper position.

If he’s having a hard time losing his bottom front baby teeth, we might take those out. The best thing to do is bring him in and let us take a look.

At what age should my child first see a dentist?

By first tooth or first birthday.

What about emergencies?

Call 918.970.4944.

What insurance plans do you take?

Call us at 918.970.4944 and we can answer specific questions regarding your insurance plan.

What is the difference between a pediatric dentist and a family dentist?

Children see a pediatric dentist for dental care for the same reason they see a pediatrician for medical care.

Pediatric dentists are the pediatricians of dentistry.

A pediatric dentist is a doctor of dentistry with two to three years of special training following dental school, and only sees children.