Posts Tagged ‘ Pediatric Dentistry ’

When Should My Child First Have Dental X-Rays?

There are many “firsts” in a child’s life, and as a parent, you have to make decisions about many of them.  You can find yourself completely inundated with information when you try to determine when certain milestones should happen in your child’s life.  Because every child is unique, the answer to when certain things should […]

When Your Child’s Silver Cap Comes Off

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month, so we will cover some important topics about your children’s teeth in our blogs this month.  Many children require the dental treatment of a silver cap or crown to cover a baby tooth.  What should you do if it comes off? What is a Silver Cap? A silver […]

How to Help Your Kids Prevent Cavities

While preventing cavities in your own mouth requires diligence in oral hygiene and dietary choices, preventing cavities in your children’s mouths requires even more of your attention.  Unfortunately, it is not like teaching your child to tie his own shoes and then trusting him to do it correctly every morning.  Preventing cavities involves a complex […]

Working Together for Excellent Patient Care

Interdisciplinary Dentistry At Timberlake Dental, not only do we believe that each patient should be treated with excellence; we believe that each individual procedure should be carried out with excellence.  Because our goal is for each patient to receive the best treatment in every aspect of their health care, we cooperate with medical and dental […]

A second chance – worth a smile

Curated News: By Timberlake Dental curated from – Image courtesy of Flickr – Linda Cronin “The X-ray revealed a black void. What was once colonized by lively cells, tissue and nerves was vacant and still. The pulp tissue (nerves) inside … Cody Nelson’s tooth was dead – the result of a biking accident. He’d been […]