Dental Sealants – Protecting Your Teeth

Our teeth are constantly being covered with a sticky film of bacteria called plaque. When we eat or drink anything that contains sugar or starch such as milk, bread, biscuits, lollies, soft drinks, juice, fruit, and many other foods and beverages – bacteria turn the sugar and starch into acids that can attack tooth enamel….

Crowns for Baby Teeth - Children teeth care - Rose Dental Clinic

Why a dentist would cap baby teeth It is necessary for a dentist to seat a crown, called a cap by those not in the dental field, on decaying baby teeth so the child can develop healthy permanent teeth. Many parents do not understand the importance of healthy baby teeth in developing healthy permanent teeth….

Fillings Inlay for Milk Teeth

1. They Are Just Baby Teeth So Why Fix Them? Most babies get their first tooth around 6 or 7 months of age; usually the bottom front two incisors. Some kids are a little slower erupting the first tooth causing parental worry. It can be even around 12 months for the first one to poke…

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