Learn your Risk for Gum Disease
Are you at risk for gum disease? Find out which factors mean you need to be more proactive about protecting your dental health.
Dental Insurance & Treatment Costs
Find out which procedures and treatments are covered by insurance. Determine the best option for you, or your family, depending on your dental care needs.
Oral care treatment for every stage of life
No matter your age, taking care of your oral health is essential to live a prosperous life from infancy to adulthood. As your body changes, your dental care needs change as well. Learn how to keep your, or your child's, oral health on track through different milestones in life.
Babies and Infants
Before and during a baby’s primary dentition phase (baby teeth), they are susceptible to oral diseases, especially cavities and tooth decay. After the first tooth erupts at 6 months old, it is recommended to regularly start visiting a dentist. Starting oral care early, both at home and professionally, ensures a baby develops good habits as they age.
Children and Adolescents
Children require specialized dental care as they naturally lose teeth (baby teeth) and permanent teeth start to grow in. During this transitional phase, it’s crucial to establish at-home dental care habits and get routine teeth cleanings. This helps prevent cavities, tooth decay, and the early onset of other serious dental conditions.
Teens and Young Adults
With independence comes new responsibilities. As children grow up, their teeth require extra care. Learn how new and childhood oral hygiene habits keep the young adult mouth in tip-top shape.
Oral care in your 40s and 50s is just as critical as when you were younger. Learn preventative measures to ensure your golden years require fewer dental visits.
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