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November 18th, 2019

 X-rays can be a tedious task for many children, however, taking these quick pictures will ensure good dental hygiene. X-rays are capable of showing cavities between teeth and the growth of new teeth. 

Six Month Check-Ups

November 14th, 2019

How important are 6 month check-ups?  Children and teens should visit the dentist for a routine cleaning and check-up for the prevention and diagnosis of cavities or other dental health problems in their early stages of life. Decay not only causes the discoloration of ones tooth but also in the later stages can affect the nerve, which results in further damage 

Stages of Growth

November 13th, 2019

The act of growing or losing teeth is seen to children as a building block to growing up, which in most cases can often be exciting! Our patient today, Frank, was extremely eager to show both the hygienist, Brandy, and also Dr. Coloma. With this being said, parents, you should match your child's excitement for the development of their new teeth.

Visiting The Office

November 12th, 2019

Dental anxiety, or dental fear, is estimated to affect approximately 36% of the population. This percentage of people affected, is often caused from past traumatic experiences or indirect learning from siblings, parents, and role models. We encourage parents to remind their children that maintaining excellent dental hygiene is extremely important for one's health.