Prognathism of the jaw is a malocclusion in which the chin is prominent. It is important to detect early if your child has a protruding jaw so that early treatment can be carried out.
The lingual frenulum is located under the tongue and can make it difficult to move if it is too short. Learn all about tongue frenulum and when to treat it.
Babies are prone to catching the cold sore virus. We explain what causes it, when it spreads and what to do.
Upper labial frenulum surgery is performed on young patients for function or aesthetics. Find out in which cases this procedure is suitable and what it involves.
Herpes in children is a very common nuisance that can appear recurrently. We explain the treatments available for herpes on the tongue.
Young patients, whether they are children or adolescents, may also need treatment for periodontitis, so we explain how it is treated and what the phases of healing consist of.
Herpes in children is a very common discomfort that usually appears in a recurrent way. We explain how to treat and prevent it.
Periodontal disease is relatively common and should be detected early and treated correctly by the paediatric dentist.
Many parents come to the children's dental clinic because their children have what is popularly known as "shark teeth" or a "double row" of teeth.
Families sometimes come to their children's dentist's office worried about the appearance of diastemas between their children's teeth. Let's discover their origin and their treatment.