It Takes Several Years for Primary Teeth to Be Replaced

During the first two to three years of life, your child’s 20 primary teeth will emerge from the gums. This will provide them with the ability to bite, chew and grind most early foods. As they grow and their jaw structure expands, these primary teeth will gradually start to come loose and fall out. By early to mid-adolescence, your son... read more »

The Connection Between Tongue Piercing and Your Oral Health

Whether you believe it or not, tongue piercings can affect your oral health more than you might realize. There are many complications that can occur, including: Chipped teeth If you have a tongue piercing, it is highly likely that you will fracture your teeth. Many people tend to chip their teeth on their oral jewelry when they eat, sleep, talk,... read more »