Rather Have A Root Canal?

Burlington Endodontics

Have you ever heard the phrase ‘I’d rather have a root canal’ to describe something painful or unpleasant? At Pediatric Dental Center, we perform root canal (endodontic) therapy routinely for our patients, and many reports minimal discomfort. Root canal procedures have advanced significantly in recent years. For many root canal patients, the procedure is no…


Do You Have The Most Common Dental Problem?

Cincinnati Teeth Whitening

At Pediatric Dental Center, we restore decayed teeth to create smiles that are both healthy and beautiful. Recent advances in both techniques and materials have made the impossible not only possible, but affordable for everyone in Burlington as well. Doctor Eric Soper has been restoring teeth since 2004. Ongoing training is essential to remain at…


What Sets Pediatric Dental Center Apart?

Carrollton family dentist

At Pediatric Dental Center, we are to educating patients. We know that optimal dental health depends on accurate information. General Dental Procedures Suppose you need a cavity filled or want to restore a tooth with a dental implant. We make sure we explain all procedures and answer our patients’ questions. We also explain how to…


Pediatric Dental Center Can Make Your Whites Whiter

Pediatric Dental Center Can Make Your Whites Whiter

Hi, I’m Doctor Eric Soper, an experienced Burlington general dentist serving the greater Cincinnati area. One of the most common requests I get from my dental patients is whiter teeth. I am happy to say that Burlington dental patients are in luck when it comes to teeth whitening in Kentucky, because cosmetic dentistry procedures like…


Do Veneers Make Teeth Look Bigger?

Crestview Hills cosmetic dental and tooth implants

A well-designed veneer does not make your tooth look larger – unless you want it to. A veneer can correct many cosmetic dental problems and is a minimally invasive restoration. During the placement of some porcelain veneers, an extremely thin layer of enamel is removed from the tooth. If you have teeth with damage, discoloration,…


If My Gums Bleed, Should I Stop Flossing?

This is an essential question occasionally asked by patients at Pediatric Dental Center. The answer, however, is “No!” Bleeding is probably a sign that you need to clean your teeth and gums more thoroughly—not leave them alone. It is extremely difficult to clean effectively between teeth without using floss or an interdental brush. If you…