- Posted on: Mar 6 2012
We have spring fever! Before you know it, this short winter will be history. We are excited for our second annual Dentistry Because We Care Event. We had such an emotionally rewarding day helping people last year, that we have turned it into an annual event. If you have someone that truly needs our help,… Read More »
We are proud to announce our 2nd Annual Dentistry Because We Care Event. Dr. Neil Berman and the team at Smiles 4 A Lifetime are proud to announce our second annual DENTISTRY BECAUSE WE CARE EVENT Our dental practice has served the Five Towns Community for over 40 years. As our way of saying thanks,… Read More »
Like fingerprints and snowflakes, everyone has a uniquely patterned tongue created by different configurations of taste buds. Look in the mirror with your child and point out small bumps responsible for tasting food. Mention that brushing your tongue gets rid of bacteria and germs that make breath smelly.
Did you know there are two parts to a tooth? The CROWN and the ROOT. The Crown is the part of the tooth we can see inside of our mouths. The Root of the tooth keeps the tooth steady while it does its job. The root is “planted” into our jawbone and is unable to… Read More »
Parent’s have the most important role in a child’s dental experience. Any anxiety a parent displays can quickly be picked up by the child. The following tips will help the dental visit go more smoothly. Tell your child about the visit but let the details be provided by the dentist. He has been trained to… Read More »
Proper nutrition is an essential part in preventing cavities. A diet that is high in sugary foods and beverages can increase the rate of tooth decay, forming plaque build up on the child’s teeth. Always offer your child fresh, healthy fruits and vegetables, proteins, dairy and grains. Limit treats and junk food. Stay away from… Read More »
Many parents overlook the importance of their child’s teeth, especially their baby teeth (also called primary teeth). Some parents do not realize teeth serve functions other than biting and chewing. Your baby’s teeth perform the following functions: Help provide nutrition Help make speech possible Aid in the normal development of the jaw bones and facial… Read More »