The Treatments Available for Kids’ Cavities

If your child has a cavity, then it’s important to bring them into Kids First Pediatric Dentistry as soon as possible. Our dentists, Drs. Tracy Bowden, Austin Bowden, and Margie Hernandez strongly encourage this because cavities can get worse with time. If you ignore the cavity, then it can infect more of the teeth and more… Read more »

Tips to Help Improve Your Baby’s Oral Hygiene

If you want your baby to have the top-notch oral health and smile they deserve, then our dentists, Drs. Bowden, Bowden, and Hernandez, are more than happy to help you. Fortunately, there are things you can do on a regular basis to give your baby healthy gums and teeth when they grow into place. Those… Read more »

Tips to Help Improve Your Teen’s Oral Hygiene

Does your teen have poor oral hygiene? If so, they likely suffer many dental issues, like tooth decay, enamel erosion, gum disease, and more. If you would like to help them have a better oral health, then you need to help them. Our pediatric dentists, Drs. Bowden, Bowden, and Hernandez, encourage you to do so… Read more »

What Happens When a Baby is Teething?

When chompers first begin erupting from your child’s jaw and through their gums, you’re probably going to enjoy the development as much as they will: that is to say not very much. This eruption phase can be difficult for the child, leaving their gums throbby and tender. Imagine the sensation of a new tooth erupting… Read more »

Advice About Teenage Dental Health

As you age, your teeth will start to form their permanent positions. You may find yourself in braces to straighten out a misaligned bite. In the meantime, your peers may pressure you to look your best and you may feel self-conscious about your smile. Fortunately, there are always remedies and treatments available. Here are some… Read more »

Sugary Foods Can Lead to Early Childhood Cavities

While altering diet to thwart certain hurtful foods is an awesome idea, there are some creative additional methods that can help your child avoid the growth of bottle rot. If juice is something your child likes, consider watering it down. If your child likes cake or a baked treat, don’t frost it as much. Opt… Read more »

Dental Sealants Can Help Protect Your Child’s Permanent Molars from New Cavities

Helping your child maintain strong teeth and a healthy mouth is just one of the many important aspects of being a parent. As their primary teeth are gradually replaced by their complement of 32 permanent teeth, cavity prevention becomes very important. Preserving the molars and premolars in the back of their mouth from any new,… Read more »

Dental Health Care Can Be Fun

Helping your children to form healthy dental habits can sometimes be difficult. Making dental hygiene and dental health practices fun can make things easier for both you and your child. Our dentist and team in Timonium, Maryland, are happy to offer advice for making dental care fun for you and your child. Tracking Time As… Read more »

The Best Ways to Keep Your Child’s Smile Safe if They Have a Chronic Illness

If your child has a chronic illness, their smile could be in danger, along with their entire body. This is because the mouth and body are connected. Now, we know this might be tough to hear because you don’t want another thing to worry about, but there is a way you can help your child’s… Read more »

Pregnancy and Dental Care

If you are thinking about getting pregnant or if you are pregnant, you have a great deal on your mind. There are visits to the doctor, you need to pick out furniture for the nursery, baby clothes bottles and diapers. And of course, you need to find a name for the newest member of your… Read more »