Brush your teeth morning and night
      To make them look clean and bright

Eat healthy food all the while
      To always have a charming smile!!!!


Dear children
1) You start growing teeth when you are a baby
2) You have 20 babys teeth
3) When you are around 6 years your baby teeth start getting pushed out by your second set of BIG …grown up teeth
4) ….BUT…BUT..if these teeth fall out you will not be able to grow any more
5) is your job to look after your teeth ..and always keep smiling



Tips for brushing with braces


Tips for brushing retainers


Thank you for choosing Dental Stylers. We hope to make this a unique and wonderful experience! We look forward to meeting you and starting on what is sure to be a great adventure.


Dental Emergencies


Toothache: Clean the area of the affected tooth. Rinse the mouth thoroughly with warm water or use dental floss to dislodge any food that may be impacted. If the pain still exists, contact your dentist.  Do not place aspirin or heat on the gum or on the aching tooth. If the face is swollen, apply cold compresses and contact your dentist immediately.

Cut or Bitten Tongue, Lip or Cheek: Apply ice to injured areas to help control swelling. If there is bleeding, apply firm but gentle pressure with a gauze or cloth. If bleeding cannot be controlled by simple pressure, call a doctor.

Knocked Out Permanent Tooth: If possible, find the tooth. Handle it by the crown, not by the root. You may rinse the tooth with water only. DO NOT clean with soap, scrub or handle the tooth unnecessarily. Inspect the tooth for fractures. If it is sound, try to reinsert it in the socket. Transport the tooth in a cup containing the your saliva or milk. It can also be carried in the patient’s mouth (beside the cheek). See your dentist IMMEDIATELY!

Knocked Out Baby Tooth:  Contact your pediatric dentist.

Chipped or Fractured Permanent Tooth: Rinse the mouth with water and apply cold compresses to reduce swelling. If possible, locate and save any broken tooth fragments and bring them with you to the dentist.

Chipped or Fractured Baby Tooth: Contact your dentist.

Severe Blow to the Head: Visit the nearest hospital immediately.


Possible Broken or Fractured Jaw: Keep the jaw from moving and visit the nearest hospital.