If your baby is having a hard time breastfeeding or you’re experiencing pain during or after a breastfeeding session, there’s a chance your baby has a tongue tie or a lip tie. Read our latest blog post to learn how to check your infant for a tongue or lip tie.
Kids start to lose their baby teeth, also called primary teeth, around the age of five or six. If you’re a first-time parent of a child around that age, you probably have some questions. Our latest blog post has the top FAQs we get from parents. Hopefully it helps you!
When it comes to tongue-tie and lip-tie releases, you want to know that your child is in good hands. In our latest blog, we’re going to share four reasons Inspire Dental Wellness is THE place for frenectomies in Orland Park.
As a parent, the best way to help ensure your child has a lifetime of healthy teeth is to help them establish great dental hygiene habits as they grow. Here are some useful tips for keeping your child engaged by making dental hygiene fun: Pick out a special toothbrush. One great way to keep your
We have seen first-hand how early functional orthodontic treatment can treat a wide range of conditions in our younger patients. Read about the benefits of Phase I orthodontics in our latest blog post!
Early orthodontics are treatments that are performed on younger patients, often before their permanent teeth come in. These treatments, also known as Phase 1 Orthodontics, are extremely beneficial for many reasons. Often, we think of orthodontics as being for teenagers and sometimes, for adults. Phase II Orthodontics are definitely more common. However, we are huge
Parents oftentimes have trouble determining when it’s time for their baby’s first dental visit. What is the right age? And, when is it best to establish a “dental home”? Let’s take a closer look. If we’re being honest, a lot of times this uncertainty is what causes parents to hesitate too long when scheduling that