Category: Pediatric Dentistry

Preparing for Your Child’s First Dentist Appointment

Posted by: admin, on October 23, 2015

As parents, we know that you have a lot on your plate. Whether it is diapers to change or mealtimes to plan, parenting is a demanding and constant job. With that in mind, we would like to make at least one aspect of your life a little easier – dental visits. To this end, we have… Read More




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How To Keep Your Child’s Teeth Clean Over Summer Break

Posted by: admin, on July 27, 2015

As a busy parent, you know how it is… With summer here, things tend to get a little more lax. Later bedtimes, increased snacking, and more permissive attitudes from moms and dads seem to be some summer trends. While we encourage you to have fun this summertime we do want to recommend that you still… Read More




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4 Ways Tweens Can Keep Their Teeth Healthy & Clean

Posted by: admin, on January 26, 2015

We understand that as parents, it’s important to you that your tweens take good care of their teeth.   However, we also know that you probably think that would be a challenge. So, we would advise you to show them this blog post and inspire them to want to make this change. If they’re doing it… Read More




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How To Protect Your Child’s Teeth This Halloween

Posted by: admin, on October 31, 2014

As parents, we want the best for our children…but we also want them to be able to enjoy themselves. Halloween isn’t any different. If you’re like most families, your child most likely has one or two different fall parties to attend on top of traditional trick-or-treating, leaving them with more than their share of candy…. Read More




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4 Summer Treats that are Healthy and Safe for Your Teeth

Posted by: admin, on June 13, 2014

Summer means more free time throughout the day, and fun summertime snacks that you and your family typically don’t eat at other times of the year. Snow cones, popsicles, and slushes are classic examples. While these things are ok in moderation, they do contain high amounts of sugar and are usually eaten alone (which means… Read More




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