Orthodontic problems can affect a child’s appearance, speech, and chewing ability. In this blog learn about terminologies like crossbite, open bite, underbite, etc. their treatment options, and much more.
Taking your child to the pediatric dentist for the first time can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. By following these tips, you can help your child have a positive experience and develop a lifelong love of good oral health.
Myofunctional Therapy is a holistic approach to improve breathing, speech, swallowing, and facial muscles. It works by re-patterning the muscles of the face, tongue and jaw through a variety of techniques.
The beauty of conscious sedation for children is it takes the fear out of dental visits. This enables your child to get the treatment and preventative care they need to keep their teeth and gums strong and healthy.
Invisalign is an advanced treatment for orthodontic problems in your kids and teens. It is an alternative to braces for kids with a plethora of advantages over braces. The treatment is backed by years of research and more than 12 million smiles (already aligned by Invisalign).