1. When to Take Your Child to a Pediatric Dentist

    Summer may not be quite here yet, but with schools releasing for the summer in just a few weeks, it’s time to start preparing! With summer camps, vacations, trips to the pool, and kids playing basketball in the driveway, do you know what to do when your child has an accident and injures his or her teeth? Accidents can be smaller such as biting the tongue, lip, or cheek, …Read More

  2. When to Bring Children to the Dentist

    Along with the hundreds of other parenting duties, dental health is something that all parents should be aware of when you have a growing baby. How to care for their teeth at home and when to take children for their first dental checkup are questions new parents often ask. At First Hill Dental Center, our pediatric dentists want to give your child the best care. Read on to…Read More

  3. Top 5 Signs to See a Dentist

    As good as it feels to have a clean mouth after a visit to the dentist, no one looks forward to going to having their teeth poked at. It’s recommended to visit the dentist every 6 months, but there are times when you need to schedule an appointment when you’re in pain or notice something different going on in your mouth. Here are the top five signs you need to see a de…Read More

  4. How to Properly Floss

    Flossing is one of those things that causes grown men and women to all of a sudden get that, “I don’t want to!” feeling. It’s not fun, it’s not something you look forward to, but the importance of flossing is well known and is constantly being talked about. The good news is; it does get easier. The more often your teeth get exposure to flossing, the stronger they…Read More