Getting Back To Routine

When was the last time you visited our office for a routine hygiene examination and cleaning? If it has been longer than six months since your last visit, you are due for a cleaning. With the start of the new year just behind us, now is the perfect time to schedule a visit for you and your loved ones. Even if you take excellent care of your teeth each day by thoroughly brushing and flossing, we still need to check them regularly.

Help Your Teens Navigate Their Oral Health

At Noble Oaks Dentistry, we stress the importance of maintaining proper oral health to our patients of all ages. Our young patients follow their parents’ directions and often receive help when brushing and cleaning their teeth as well as attending scheduled routine appointments. Unfortunately, as children move into the teenage years, sometimes it is not as easy to guide their oral health.

Preparing Your Child For Their First Dental Visit

There are many exciting milestones that occur during your child’s early years of life. During the first year in particular, it seems like each day brings something new to celebrate and document as a special memory. Aside from the typical excitement of the first steps and first words, there is another exciting first that should happen during the first year — the first dental appointment. You may be surprised to learn that children should visit the dentist for the first time around their first birthday or near the eruption of their first teeth. We know that the events of the past two years may have made it difficult to bring your child in for their dental visit. Even if your child is older, there is no time like the present to make their first appointment.