To our wonderful Blossom patients and their families, we hope you all have been healthy and safe. At this time, we are keeping our covid protocol in place. Masks will still be required while in the office; parents are always welcome to wait in their car if they prefer not to wear a mask. Thank you for your understanding as we continue to do all we can to keep you and your family safe and healthy!
Anesthesia or Sedation for Your Children’s Dental Work? Dental pain and infection often require treatment, even in young children. This sometimes means that your child may need to go under …Read More
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Being pregnant can be one of the most magical times for a family. They spend days dreaming about what their child might look like, choosing a name, and gathering all …Read More
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Did you know that stress can affect your smile? Doctors often remind us that stress can increase everything from high blood pressure to depression but we don’t often hear about …Read More
Halloween is in the books! Costume stores are looking barren, yards have been decorated, and the day of sweet indulgence without guilt has come and gone. As we all recover …Read More
Should your child wear a mouthguard during their athletic activities? Yes! When it comes to protecting your mouth, a mouthguard is an essential piece of athletic gear. Your child should …Read More
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It is common knowledge that brushing and flossing are very important for good dental health. Consuming a balanced diet that is rich in nutritious, low-sugar foods is also important. At …Read More
Finding a specialized dentist for your child with special health care needs is a must. This will help your child feel more at ease as a well-trained professional with a …Read More
Have you ever wondered about aftercare for kids getting dental fillings? You’ve come to the right place, and we’ve got some useful information for you! There are many different types …Read More
Why Do Pediatric Dentists Use X-Rays? X-Rays are a fundamental part of a pediatric dentist’s ability to diagnose and monitor a child’s dental health. Exams that rely only on visual …Read More
We all know that noise that makes you wince a little when you hear it; teeth grinding. And it’s more common in children than you might think it is. An …Read More