How Halloween candy impacts the smile
Halloween is just around the corner, and this means mountains of sweets and sugars! Many parents cringe at the idea of sending their child out through the neighborhood to collect candy, but it is also one of the most exciting holidays for little ones. At Park View Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics, we understand the fun […]Read More
Early detection of periodontal disease is vital for best possible outcome
At Park View Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics, our dentists work hard to ensure children have access to treatments that keep their smile healthy. Signs of periodontal disease, including bleeding and swollen gums, may need a definitive diagnosis and effective treatment to address. Periodontal disease, or “gum disease,” is a common concern that arises in patients […]Read More
Why sealants are preferred to protect the smile
The teeth play an important role in our daily lives. They are not only the first impression seen by others when they meet us, but they also help us eat the food we enjoy to power and fuel our bodies. Because teeth are incredibly vital to many aspects of our lives, it is key that […]Read More
Why mouthguards are important for kids in sports
When children get involved in certain sports and activities in their community, it makes sense to get them the proper protective gear to stay safe during football, soccer, and hockey. Headgear, knee pads, and goggles may be on the list of protective gear, but what about a mouthguard? A mouthguard is an appliance that is […]Read More
When might my child need general anesthesia for his or her dental work?
Finding a pediatric dentist who can help your child feel at ease during their dental visits can be difficult. Fortunately, at Park View Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics, we are well-versed in providing care for the youngest of patients! Our pediatric dental practice focuses on making every appointment a positive experience. When children are uneasy about […]Read More
Understanding the teething process in children
While babies cry for a wide number of reasons, there are situations in which a diaper change or a meal may not be sufficient. A fussy baby that has already had his or her needs met and is still crying might be dealing with a completely different scenario: teething. What is teething? Teething is the […]Read More
Restore your smile with the team at Park View Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics
Tooth decay is a condition that can impact the smile in a negative way. Decay, or “cavities,” can affect anyone at any age. When children have decay, it is essential that they work with their pediatric dental team to remove the damage caused by the decay and restore the smile accordingly. The primary method of […]Read More
Use orthodontics for a beautiful smile!
At Park View Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics, children in the New York, NY area have access to general, cosmetic, and restorative dental solutions for their smiles. When children have misaligned teeth or poor bite alignment, it may be time to consider the advantages of orthodontic treatments to obtain a more beautiful smile. What are orthodontics […]Read More
When Scaling and Root Planing May Be Performed
Taking good care of the smile is essential to avoid problems such as periodontal disease. However, sometimes children do not brush and floss thoroughly and may be at risk of developing gum disease. At Park View Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics, our team of providers can help children care for their smile to not only avoid […]Read More
Does My Child Need Braces?
A beautifully aligned smile does not always happen naturally. Some children and adults will have misaligned teeth that can only be addressed with the use of orthodontic treatments. When parents have children with misaligned teeth, they may be unsure if their child could benefit from braces. In fact, it’s a common question we hear at […]Read More