Category Archives: Tooth Care

Our Babies’ First Teeth

At approximately 6 months of age, our babies’ first teeth begin to break through the gums. Usually, the first two teeth to erupt are the bottom front teeth. Next, the top four front teeth emerge. After that, other teeth slowly … Continue reading

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Detecting Cavities

None of us likes to hear that we have a cavity. Those small holes in our teeth are not uncommon and can be easily treated when caught early. Getting the cavity-detecting xrays on an annual basis helps to discover cavities before … Continue reading

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Your Mouth: The Gateway to Your Body

Maintaining good oral health habits throughout our lifetime is vitally important because unhealthy bacteria in the mouth not only can harm your teeth and gums but may be associated with serious medical conditions. Research has shown that infections in the … Continue reading

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Our Dental Savings Plan

We are happy to report that the price of our Dental Savings Plan (DSP) will not increase in 2017. DSP is a yearly membership program offered exclusively by Park Crossing Dentistry for those who want to maintain their dental health … Continue reading

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More Halloween Fun!

“Lucy” came in for her semi-annual dental checkup this Halloween (pictured here with two of our team members, Cheryl and Sun). Yay, no cavities!

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5 Healthy Dental Tips for Halloween

Halloween is a fun time for kids and we think they should really enjoy it!  Following a few tips during this time can offset future cavities: Let them have (some) candy! But make sure they brush after they indulge! Avoid letting … Continue reading

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Tooth Enamel

Your teeth are meant to last a lifetime, and tooth enamel is the hardest part of the body—even harder than your bones! However, enamel is not comprised of living tissues; therefore, if damaged, it cannot be healed. To keep our teeth … Continue reading

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