A protective coating called fluoride varnish that’s applied in the dental office twice a year is an easy, quick, cost-effective method for the prevention of cavities. We often call it “painting” the teeth at the end of our patients’ visits and it can be applied to primary (baby) or permanent teeth to help against the… Continue reading What We’re “Painting” on Your Child’s Teeth: Fluoride Varnish
Fluoridated water is a controversial issue surrounding health news today. But for Dr. Erica Pitera and most pediatric dentists nationwide, the topic is not so controversial. Today we’ll explain more about why our office recommends drinking fluoridated city water or adding fluoride tablets to well water. Childhood caries (the fancy word for tooth decay in… Continue reading Fluoridated Water: Where, When, Why?