How to make sure your child takes care of their teeth
Building a foundation of good oral health habits at a young age is the best way to assist children in taking their smile seriously. The teeth are meant to last a lifetime, but only if they are well cared for. The team at Park View Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics in New York, NY provides a […]Read More
Diabetes affects the teeth
Diabetes is a condition that affects both children and adults. This debilitating disease causes the body to respond differently to sugars. This condition is becoming more common, with approximately one out of three adults in American with prediabetes. The numbers are high, and this condition can cause a wide range of concerns throughout the body—including […]Read More
How to know if you’re having a dental emergency
When your child has injured a tooth or is experiencing a severe toothache that is keeping them from feeling and functioning at their best, it is important that you have your child evaluated by a dental professional as soon as possible. Whether they have chipped or broken a tooth or experienced a knocked-out tooth, immediate […]Read More
What is crown lengthening?
New York, NY area patients who smile and notice that their teeth look short may be interested in obtaining crown lengthening treatments with the team at Park View Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics. Many children and adults deal with a “gummy smile,” where excessive gum tissue is seen and the teeth appear short. This can impact […]Read More
Make 2021 the year of a healthy smile for your child!
When children are educated early and often on how to care for their smile, their chances of maintaining their oral health over time are significantly higher. With the team at Park View Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics, we are committed to ensuring children in the New York, NY area have access to quality, comprehensive dental care […]Read More
Maintain the natural smile by undergoing root canal therapy
A severe toothache may be more than just a cavity. It can be a sign of an infection of a tooth. The dentists at Park View Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics understand the symptoms of an infection, abscess, or large cavity that has impacted a natural tooth in the smile. When this happens, a specialized procedure […]Read More
Focus on better snacks while e-learning for school!
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic affecting America today, many children have moved from the classroom to the house for e-learning online. Schooling has changed dramatically from a year ago due to the coronavirus, and it has changed schedules for both parents and children. However, with all this online schooling, many parents are finding it difficult […]Read More
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