Congratulations to Noah L. and Javier V. They both won movie tickets for keeping the teeth healthy and clean!!
Congratulations to Jayden V. and Summer T. for being the winners for the month of October. They both won movie tickets just for keeping their smiles beautiful and clean.
On October 25th and October 26th Dr. Chan's staff visited Murray Manor Elementary and Fletcher Hills Elementary for their fall festivals. We did glitter tattoos for the children and enjoyed seeing some of our patients. Thank you Girls for the wonderful job!
We had alot of fun during the Kids CareFest this year. We were excited to meet new people and see our patients too! The kids loved the new glitter tattoos we offered. Can't wait till next year!
10 Things you Don't Know about Tongue Tie The medical term for tongue tie is"ankyloglossia" which literally means "anchored tongue." 1. Tongue ties affect much more than breastfeeding. Tongue ties can also affect jaw growth, proper positioning of teeth, and speech. 2. Where the frenulum attaches at the floor of the mouth can have as [...]
Covered California is California's health insurance marketplace, developed to comply with the federal Affordable Care Act. Dental benefits are one of the required health benefits for children. Families who need dental coverage for their children can shop for it on this website. The California Society of Pediatric Dentistry also has resources that would be informative [...]
Digital and dental x-rays - Immediate viewing of the digital images on the computer as soon as they are taken. - Better communication and transfers of digital images when needed between offices. - Digital x-rays also reduce radiation 80-90% compared to the already low exposure of traditional dental x-rays. - Special kid size sensors [...]
Caries is the bacterial infection that causes cavities, which occurs when the oral environment is out of balance due to risk factors for the infection and an increase in cavity-causing bacteria. The CRA form is a questionnaire for Caries Risk Assessment that helps parents, patients, and dental professionals indentify if a patient has a risk of [...]
1. Why do the permanent teeth look so much yellower than the baby teeth? ANSWER: I get asked this question almost every day. Permanent teeth are normally more yellow than primary (baby) teeth, but they appear even more so because you are comparing them with the lighter, whiter baby teeth still in the mouth. They [...]
Oh no, my child's front tooth is turning dark! What is going on? A child may have a primary baby tooth turn dark if he or she bumps and injures it. Usually this happens a few weeks after an accident. It will usually turn a gray or purple hue. In general, if the tooth is [...]