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How Often Should You Bring Your Child to a Kids Dentist?

Although baby teeth are temporary, and they will fall out around age 6, baby teeth still need to be taken care of. The foremost reason for this is that baby teeth will guide your kid’s permanent teeth into place. Most parents bring their kids to a kids dentist...

How To Care For Your Kids Dental Health

Knowing that a child’s baby teeth will eventually fall out often gives some parents a false sense of security that they do not need to care proactively for a child’s baby teeth as much as adult teeth. A child’s baby teeth are just as important to...

Dental Care Tips for your Growing Child

Felt Family Dentistry continues to earn the trust of families, parents, and their kids, year after year. Once you walk into Felt Family Dentistry, it isn’t just the friendly staff or the pleasant ambiance that you will notice. It is also the comfortable air that...

At What Age Does the Tooth Fairy Visits Your Kids?

Sharing tales of the Tooth Fairy with your wide-eyed child and seeing the excitement on their face is enough reason to continue the wonderful and amazing folklore. Hence, come the time when your child loses their first baby tooth, you were just as excited to play the...

Is Your Kid Susceptible to Gum Problems?

While gum problems are more likely to occur in adults than kids, that does not mean that children and young adults are immune from developing gum problems. Periodontitis is a severe gum problem which may destroy the bone and the gums which support your teeth. Juvenile...

Common Issues Fixed by a Children’s Dentist

Did you know that how you take care of your kid’s baby teeth will affect how healthy their permanent teeth will be, too? As a children’s dentist in Layton and Roy, here are some of the more common dental problems that we witness. Tooth decay is a common...

Kids Braces

While some people have all of the luck and are born with straight, pearly white teeth, others of us require the help of a dentist or orthodontist. Most kids grow into young adults with a crooked tooth or two. That’s natural. However, this causes some children or...