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How Can I Prevent My Child From Grinding Their Teeth?


The causes of pediatric teeth grinding are varied. Both behavioral and dental interventions can help your child stop grinding their teeth.


What are Some Reasons to Consider Early Orthodontic Treatment?


Early orthodontic treatment is a wonderful way to help your child enjoy long-term dental health and a spectacular smile.


How to Care for Your Traditional Braces


Not caring for teeth and traditional braces can leave your teeth looking worse than when you started. Follow these care tips for great results.


Athletic Mouth Guards Can Help Protect Your Child's Teeth From Harm


Custom athletic mouth guards protect your child's teeth during all sorts of activities, not just high-contact sports.


Adult Teeth vs. Baby Teeth. How to Care for Both


Learn about the difference between the care of baby teeth vs. adult teeth and how to ensure your child’s dental health.


How Can I Protect My Toddler From Having Tooth Decay?


Protecting your toddler from tooth decay does not have to be a complicated process. Our team can help you find the right tools for the job.


How Can I Keep my Child's Teeth Healthy Around Halloween?


Learn how regular dental exams, during Halloween or some other time of the year, can catch problems early with your child’s teeth.


Is My Child a Candidate for Fluoride Treatment?


Learn about fluoride treatments and how they can prevent childhood cavities in your child’s developing teeth.


What is the Best Age to Start Orthodontic Treatment?

Dr. Jeffrey N. Grove | 09/10/2022

Learn about the ideal time for your child to undergo orthodontic treatment to correct their bite and ensure proper jaw alignment.


What are the Benefits of Dental Sealants

Dr. Jeffrey N. Grove | 08/26/2022

Learn about the benefits of dental sealants and how they can prevent dental decay in the molars and premolars of children.


Don't Forget to Schedule Your Child's Back to School Dental Exam

Dr. Jeffrey N. Grove | 08/26/2022

A back to school dental exam can help your child start the year on the right foot with a healthy smile and teeth.


What Happens During a Child’s Dental Exam?

Dr. Jeffrey N. Grove | 07/22/2022

Learn about why it’s important to schedule biannual dental exams for children to maintain their oral health here.


When Should My Child Start Seeing a Pediatric Dentist?

Dr. Jeffrey N. Grove | 07/08/2022

Parents should take their baby to the pediatric dentist around their first birthday for a full exam and to take dental cavity preventive measures.


Are Dental Cleanings Still Needed During Invisalign® Treatment?

Dr. Jeffrey N. Grove | 06/24/2022

Find out how you can achieve a beautiful smile and optimal oral health by participating in safe and effective Invisalign treatment.


My Kid is Afraid of the Dentist. What Should I do?

Dr. Jeffrey N. Grove | 06/04/2022

Many kids are afraid of the dentist, but there are ways to reduce this anxiety. Learn how pediatric dentistry does not have to be scary for children.


How Often Should I Wear my Invisalign® Aligners?

Dr. Jeffrey N. Grove | 05/31/2022

You will need to wear your Invisalign aligners for 20 – 22 hours a day, though you can remove them for eating, brushing, and special events.


What to Expect at Your Child's First Dental Visit

Dr. Jeffrey N. Grove | 05/31/2022

At your child’s first dental visit, we will check for multiple conditions and go over common issues in toddlers.


How Does Invisalign® Treatment Straighten Twisted Teeth?

Dr. Jeffrey N. Grove | 04/26/2022

How can clear, plastic, removable aligners possibly straighten out your smile? Find the answer here.


How Often Do Children Need A Dental Examination?

Dr. Jeffrey N. Grove | 04/23/2022

Your children should be getting dental examinations twice a year every year. Keep reading to learn more.


Will Invisalign® Aligners or Traditional Braces Work Best For Me?

Dr. Jeffrey N. Grove | 03/24/2022

Invisalign clear aligners and braces are both distinct in fixing your smile, but they work differently from one another.


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