Pediatric Dentistry | Advanced Dentisty of Collegeville

Help! My Child’s Teeth Are Rotting

As soon as teeth erupt in a child’s mouth, bacteria become normal inhabitants. Bacteria feed on the substrate in the form of milk or a regular diet and produce acid that degenerate the tooth and form cavities. At this point, simply the tooth is then said to be rotting. What should you do if you…

Children's Sealants | Advanced Dentistry of Collegevile

Does My Child Need Sealants?

Dental sealants are a coating put on the grooves of your child’s back teeth in order to protect them. The first adult molars in a child’s mouth come out around 6 years of age and come with very deep grooves built-in. Food often gets trapped in those grooves and a toothbrush’s bristles are unable to…

Overall Health Concerns

The Need for Dental Crowns

Your tooth has sustained damage or is decaying beyond the capabilities of a dental filling, and your dentist has recommended a crown. A dental crown a tooth-shaped “cap” which is used to cover the damaged tooth to restore its size and shape, strength, and appearance. When placed properly, a crown fully encases the visible portion…

Underbite | Advanced Dentistry of Collegeville

What Happens When You Have An Underbite

An underbite is caused by genetics, meaning there isn’t anything you can do to prevent them. But, just because you can’t prevent it, doesn’t mean you have to live with it! An underbite happens when a person’s lower jaw extends further than the upper jaw and affects about 10% of the population. If you have…

Healthy Smile | Advanced Dentistry of Collegeville

Summer Tips for A Healthy Smile

This summer have fun in the sun and stay happy by following these simple tips to keep up with your dental hygiene, all while helping to prevent tooth decay and maintain a healthy smile! Drinking Water: Drinking water not only keeps you hydrated during the hot summer days, but it also helps to rinse your…