Plymouth Valley: Local Pedodontal Care That Your Kids Will Love!

Dental care is for life. Children get their first teeth as early as 6 months old and from then on, dental care is an important aspect of overall health. In fact, one of the most common signs of poverty is poor dental health. Thankfully, most Americans have access to insurance plans and proper dental care. It’s never too early to take your child to the dentist once they develop teeth. A pediatric dentist can provide excellent pedodontal care for your child as soon as they have teeth. The ...more

PLAYSAFE Sports Guards: Get a Custom Fit for Ultimate Protection

Most people wouldn’t think that sports and dentistry have anything to with each other. Unfortunately, we see athletes all the time who have damaged their mouth, jaw, teeth, or gums because of a sport accident. In fact, nationwide, over 5 million teeth get knocked out every year because of a hit during a sporting activity! This causes oral trauma as well as missing teeth. If you’re an athlete in a high contact sport, we recommend that you and your entire team get fitted for custom PLAYSAFE ...more

Find Out Why We're the Most Sought After Family Dentist in King of Prussia

Tired of looking for a great fit for your family when it comes to an outstanding dentist you can really trust? We’ve had countless patients thank us for being that fit and are proud to offer our services for more and more families every year. So, if you’re seeking a family dentist in King of Prussia that not only has all the services your family needs but is also employs an extremely friendly staff, look to the dentists at Plymouth Valley Dental Group. Find Out Why We’re the Most Sought ...more

The Ultimate Guide On How to Fix Stained Teeth

Dental patients often ask questions about how to fix stained teeth. Tooth discoloration is caused by a variety of factors. Certain types of food and drink can stain your teeth. For example, coffee, tea, wine, and cola can cause tooth discoloration. Tobacco use is well known for causing stained teeth and many other dental issues. If you don’t brush or floss your teeth, poor dental hygiene can affect the color of your teeth as well. Any dental disease that affects the enamel on your teeth can ...more