Chalky teeth may seem like a harmless eyesore, but they may actually require more attention. They can be indicative of an underlying genetic condition in severe cases, or the need for aesthetic treatment in minor cases. Read on to find out more.
Fear of the dentist is so commonplace that it has become a part of popular culture. Dentistry has progressed to the point where these fears are irrational. These fears often take root in childhood. Here's what parents can do to prevent it from happening.
Tooth decay is extremely common in children and once it reaches the pulp, it requires pulp therapy to try and relieve the symptoms. Here is everything you need to know about pulp therapy in children.
Recent research has shown that playing sports can have a shocking impact on a child's teeth. What do you need to know and be careful about as a parent? Read on to find out.
Have you ever wondered what goes on in your dentist's head when they have a look at your child's teeth? Or considered where their generous reservoir of patience ends? Find out and learn how to get on your dentist's good side for life!
A few recent studies published in reputed scientific journals have stated that prolonged breastfeeding can cause tooth decay. What does this mean for mothers? What changes are needed in breastfeeding habits? How can teeth be protected from decay? Read on!
A mucocele is a relatively simple condition that can look more serious than it is. It is seen in children of a young age and can appear suddenly out of nowhere. Like any unexplained growth, it is recommended that a doctor be allowed to examine it ASAP.
Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease is a viral disease that is extremely common in children. In most cases, the symptoms are mild and self-limiting although, in a small percentage of cases, some serious complications can occur. Read on to find out more.
Enduring local anesthesia injections is among the toughest part of dental treatment for children. The fear of the needle is often so deep-rooted that other alternatives have to be explored. Here are some ways to tackle this situation.
Cold sores or oral herpes infections are extremely common and affects almost every single person in the world. The severity of this infection can vary quite significantly, as can the affected complications. Here is everything you need to know about it!