Dental Emergencies

Dental Emergencies  We offer many important services for our special needs and pediatric patients.

An Emergency Dental Clinic Can Be a Lifesaver

Routine dental care is a no brainer for most parents of toddlers, children, and teens. We know when our kids…

1 year ago

Important Notice: APD Practice Policy during Covid-19

Dear Anchorage Pediatric Dentistry Families, In light of the most recent recommendations from the President of the United States, the…

2 years ago

How to know if your child has a cavity?

According to the National Institutes of Health, the most prevalent health condition after the common cold is tooth decay. If…

3 years ago

Baby tooth knocked loose, What should I do?

The two types of dental trauma injuries that result from a fall involving trauma to the mouth are a dental…

3 years ago

Knocked out Baby Tooth

Dental Trauma and injuries: Part 1 The most commonly knocked out baby tooth/ teeth are the top front teeth. Whether…

4 years ago

Bleeding after a baby tooth falls out

How do I stop bleeding after my child's baby tooth falls out? Children often start losing teeth around the age…

4 years ago

Possible broken jaw in Children

In the event of jaw injury, tie the mouth closed with a towel, tie or handkerchief. Go immediately to an…

4 years ago

4 Things to do if your child knocks out a Permanent Tooth

As a continuation of our dental trauma series, we will be discussing the what-to-do’s if you or your child knocked…

4 years ago

Broken tooth

Rinse the area with warm water. Put a cold compress over the facial area of the injury. Recover any broken…

4 years ago

Cut or Bitten tongue, lip or cheek

Ice can be applied to any bruised areas. For bleeding, apply firm (but gentle) pressure with sterile gauze or a…

4 years ago

What to do if your child has a toothache?

For a parent one of the most difficult things to watch is your child in pain. Toothaches are usually caused…

4 years ago