About Bill Williams

I am a family dentist who treats children as well as adults. Making smiles people love, extreme makeovers and complex dental reconstruction is our niche including implants, TMJ, orthodontics and cosmetic dentistry. As a participant in the blog, I will be offering dental perspectives on pediatric safety and health care options on a regular basis. I can be reached at www.suwaneedental.com. Blessings to all! Dr Williams is a member of the PedSafe Expert team

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Articles by Bill

How to Care For Your Child if They Chip a Tooth

How to Care For Your Child if They Chip a Tooth

Last updated on December 10th, 2018 at 06:30 pmAs parents, we do our best to care for our children when accidents or injuries occur. In dentistry, one of the most common dental emergencies that family and pediatric dentists see is chipped teeth. By being prepared and knowing how to handle a chipped tooth, you can ensure your child is well looked after from the moment the injury occurs to when your... 

Best Dental Hygiene For Your Child, From Baby to Teenager

Best Dental Hygiene For Your Child, From Baby to Teenager

Last updated on October 14th, 2018 at 08:24 pm A smile is important at every age, but especially for children. The health of a child’s smile today can affect his or her oral health decades down the road.Here are a few important things that your dentist wants you to know in regard to helping children of all ages have healthy teeth for life. Infancy Pediatricians and pediatric dentists recommend... 

When Should Kids Get Their First Orthodontic Evaluation?

When Should Kids Get Their First Orthodontic Evaluation?

Last updated on September 16th, 2018 at 02:58 pmPediatric dentists play a key role in monitoring the health and development of your child’s smile. One of the most significant aspects of orofacial development is how your child’s teeth bite (occlude) together. Both orthodontic experts and pediatric dentists recommend that all children have an orthodontic evaluation by the time they reach age 7. At... 

FAQ You Need to Know About Dental Sealants For Your Child

FAQ You Need to Know About Dental Sealants For Your Child

Last updated on July 15th, 2018 at 07:31 pmIf you’ve brought your child into the dentist’s office for a checkup lately, you might have heard them talk about dental sealants. Sealants are a protective coating that we place on permanent molars after they erupt, to reduce your child’s risk of tooth decay. Because they cover the deep grooves and crevices of hard-to-clean areas, sealants help children... 

When Will My Kids See Their Grown-up Smile?

When Will My Kids See Their Grown-up Smile?

Last updated on June 6th, 2018 at 11:59 amWhen your child is born, he or she has two sets of teeth in the jaw bone.  These teeth started developing early on during gestation, and they continue to form until they’re ready to erupt through the gums and into the mouth. Your infant will typically start cutting teeth around the age of 6 months to 1 year of age.  This first set of teeth is called primary... 

How Important is it to Treat Your Child’s Tooth Decay?

How Important is it to Treat Your Child’s Tooth Decay?

Last updated on April 11th, 2018 at 11:40 amAs parents, it’s natural to wonder why a child needs to have a cavity filled, especially if it’s in a baby tooth. “Won’t that tooth eventually fall out?” you ask. Yes, it will. But there are some very important reasons why your family or pediatric dentist will want to preserve that primary tooth for as long as possible.Spread of Infection to Other...