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Dr. Miller Highlighted in Orlando Magazine

Dr. Allie Miller, a dentist serving young patients in Winter Park, FL, has been selected by Orlando Magazine as one of the Women Who Move the City. This feature in the magazine’s June 2022 issue highlighted women in the greater…

Teach Your Child the Best Way to Floss

When a child begins growing their first teeth, it is time to introduce an oral hygiene routine. As teeth break through the gums, you should start wiping them and later brushing them. When teeth grow more closely together, usually between…

Comparing Dental Sealants and Fillings

Has your child’s dental professional recommended sealants for their teeth? Have you been wondering about the difference between this preventative dental treatment and a dental filling that treats cavities? While both procedures can utilize composite resin, these treatments accomplish different…

Should I Call My Child’s Dentist?

You schedule routine dental cleanings and exams for your child every six months to maintain good oral health and prevent major dental problems. However, despite optimal oral hygiene habits, dental issues may develop in between these regular visits to the…

Know the Risks of Teeth Grinding

Stress, bite misalignment, and many other factors could cause an individual to grind or clench their teeth. While some may write off this behavior as merely annoying, it could also cause significant damage to your smile if the issue continues.…

Treating Tooth Sensitivity

Does your child experience a jolt of pain when biting into a cold or sugary treat? They could be suffering from tooth sensitivity. This excruciating sensation does not go away on its own and often requires treatment from a dental…

Can My Child Get a Cavity Under a Filling?

Cavities are a common dental issue in young patients. Dentists can treat this problem with dental fillings within one dental visit. If the dental work becomes damaged, the patient may develop a cavity under the filling in what dental professionals…

Prioritize Gum Disease Prevention

More than half of American adults over the age of 30 suffer from gum disease at some point during their lives. This problem can affect children as well, and good oral health habits that reduce this risk of this issue…

Mouthwash and Your Child’s Smile

Oral hygiene clears plaque, bacteria, and other residues from our teeth, ensuring our smiles stay clean and healthy. To practice this, we brush our teeth twice a day and floss daily, and instruct our children to do the same. Rinsing…

Anesthesia vs Sedation Dentistry

Patients of all ages may feel nervous before undergoing dental work. Dentists recognize this and have developed methods to keep patients, both young and old, comfortable during their procedures. There are several relaxation methods your dentist might suggest, depending on…