National Children’s Dental Health Month

mom and daughter brushing teeth

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month Do you have children needing dental treatment but are unsure how to help? Many parents go through the same stress of figuring out how and when to see a pediatric dentist. It is important for parents and children to feel comfortable asking their dentist questions, which is why…

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Your Child’s First Dental Visit

Your-Childs First Dental Visit

It seems like just yesterday that you gave birth, and you had this tiny, little infant.  Now, all your friends with kiddos the same age are talking about dental visits, and your child does not even have teeth yet!  What do you do? The American Pediatric Association and the American Dental Association have long recommended…

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Caring for Your Child’s Teeth the Early Years

Childrens National Dental Health Month

National Children’s Dental Health Month owes its existence to the ADA (American Dental Association) When focus is placed on a child’s dental health, it will set them on the proper path of dental health for their entire life! Caring for your child’s teeth begins BEFORE their teeth ever erupt (come in).  From infancy, we, as…

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