Dental Milestones your Child will Reach

Children are in a constant state of development; so much so that parents can sometimes lose track of what comes next or what happened last. When it comes to oral health, these developments are important to assess from time to time. A watchful eye over certain milestones can keep you alert to the needs your …. Read More »

Sedation Dentistry For An Autistic Child

It is important that every child has a good, knowledgeable, and compassionate dentist. Without key elements like patience for the unique fears and needs children have, a dentist is likely to leave a negative mark on the developing psyche. We want children to have the best first impression of dentistry possible! That is why Children …. Read More »

It Pays To Look At Habits

Habits. They are probably the leading topic of discussion in a pediatric dental practice. There is the good reason to stay up on the development of good habits. Doing so leads your child into a brighter dental future! The fewer dental problems that occur in childhood, the better a maturing individual will feel about seeing …. Read More »

Why so Many Cavities? | Dallas Houston TX

Why so Many Cavities?

When you spend a good amount of time and effort in the area of oral health, seeing your child struggle with tooth decay can be more than frustrating. We have all been told time and time again that cavities can be prevented – and they can! Although sometimes extra attention is needed. Consider these hidden factors …. Read More »

Teething Baby? Here’s how to Help!

Teething can be a challenging time for infants and their parents. As new teeth erupt through the soft gingival tissue starting around six months of age, a child may exhibit aggravation and a sense of discomfort. A teething baby instinctively puts objects in her mouth. Biting down on the object eases the tenderness of swollen …. Read More »

The Case for Pulpotomy

Children’s teeth are not immune to the same problems adults face. Cavities can weaken baby teeth. In fact, if cavities are not treated right away, the decay will progress into deeper parts of the tooth. Because the dentin and pulp the lie beneath the hard shell of enamel are softer materials, infection could spread rather …. Read More »

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Dallas – Fort Worth Locations

Mesquite Location2690 N. Galloway Ave.
Mesquite, TX 75150
Phone: (972) 279-1200
Fax: (972) 279-1203

Grand Prairie Location3055 W. Bardin Rd. #400
Grand Prairie, TX 75052
Phone: (214) 412-1500
Fax: (214) 412-1510

Houston Locations

Houston South Location8545 Gulf Freeway
Houston, TX 77017
Phone: (713) 944-7700
Fax: (713) 944-7701

Houston West Location8700 S. Gessner Dr. # 200
Houston, TX 77074
Phone: (713) 270-0700
Fax: (713) 270-0701