In certain situations, our Hudsonville pediatric dentist may recommend that your child undergo general anesthesia at a hospital in order to have necessary dental work completed. This is always a decision that will directly involve you as the parent or guardian and take into account the individual needs of your child. Oftentimes, the use of…

READ MORE

A space maintainer is an oral appliance used by our Hudsonville, MI, pediatric dentist to quite literally maintain space in a child’s mouth after they experience premature baby tooth loss or extraction. This device might look intimidating, but it should not cause your child any pain whatsoever. Here are the two types of space maintainers…

READ MORE

Dentists offer an essential healthcare service. Hudsonville Dental Kids is open for emergency dental services and urgent dental care during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.But what is a dental emergency? What’s the difference between a dental emergency and urgent dental care? Hudsonville Dental Kids Is Open for Dental Emergencies A dental emergency is “potentially life-threatening” and…

READ MORE

When your child has a problem with their teeth, don’t panic. Not all accidents require emergency dental care, but those that do depend on you finding a dentist in time to repair your child’s tooth. Fortunately, our Hudsonville pediatric dentist understands that toothaches or abscesses can’t always wait.If your child has an emergency that isn’t…

READ MORE

Your dental insurance likely renews on January 1st, which means if you haven’t yet made an appointment for a dental visit for your child, now is the time. You can maximize your dental benefits by making an appointment for dental treatment before the year is over. Our family dentists want you to know what your…

READ MORE

Do your holiday plans include a trip to the pediatric dentist? They should. Most insurance companies give you a certain amount to spend on dental care each year. However, you could be missing out on these benefits if you bring your child to the dentist at least twice a year for preventive care. Scheduling your…

READ MORE