• Four Excellent Resources For People Who Cannot Afford Dental Care

    People that cannot afford dental care or do not have insurance often feel helpless if an emergency or mandatory dental procedure arises. Yet, there are many low- and no-cost options for people that cannot afford dental services. Here are four excellent resources. Dental Schools Nearly all states have dental schools connected to public or private universities. Traditionally, these dental schools have four-year-long curricula and award graduating students with doctorates in either dental surgery or dental medicine. [Read More]

  • 5 Steps To Take When Your Child Has A Tooth Knocked Out

    You never expect to see your child knock their tooth out but now that it's happened, you need to know what to do. What you do in the next few minutes may determine whether or not your child loses their tooth permanently. Here are the steps you'll need to take to try and save your child's tooth. Stop The Bleeding If your child's mouth is bleeding, you'll need to stop it. [Read More]

  • 3 Tips For Reducing Your Family's Dental Care Costs

    Paying for just one person's dental care can get expensive, but it can be even more costly if you have a family. Taking good care of your family's teeth and gums is imperative, but you could be having trouble fitting it into your budget. Luckily, following these tips can help you reduce your family's dental costs. If you do, it will be a positive thing for both your children's health and your bank account. [Read More]

  • Orthodontics And The Young Child

    Everyone wants their child to have a great smile.  It is possible to start orthodontic treatment even before a child has lost all of their baby teeth.  Is this an option for your child?  It is now recommended by many orthodontists that children as young as 7 years old be evaluated by an orthodontist.  If a problem is detected, beginning treatment young will help prevent more serious problems down the road. [Read More]