How do Sealants Work?

 Sealants work by filling the crevasses on the teeth. This blocks the food particles and dental plaque from getting there and cause cavities. They are very easy to be placed and painless. They can be placed on both adult or children's teeth.

Why are baby teeth important?

 Primary teeth are very important for many reasons. They save space for the permanent teeth, help create a path for them to erupt later. Also they help kids to speak clearly and chew naturally.

At what age should my child start going to see the dentist?

Your child should have the first dental visit 6 months after the first baby tooth erupts and no later than at 1 y/o. At this time , the pediatric dentist will discuss the best methods to keep your baby cavities free.

What is the "gums' disease" ?

Periodontal disease or gums' disease is an infection of the tissues that surround and support your teeth. Because it is usually painless, you may not know that you have it. For more information , you can click here:

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