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When Will it Be Safe To Take Your Child Back To Their Dentist?

April 30, 2020

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As a parent, there’s nothing more important to you than your child’s safety. Even though the COVID-19 pandemic is still happening, your child may have oral health problems that need to be treated. That’s why their pediatric dentist is taking several measures and following the CDC’s guidelines to ensure that they stay safe while getting the high-quality dental care necessary. Read on to learn more about their safety guidelines and when you can take them in for a visit.


Ways to Minimize the Spread of Coronavirus

April 8, 2020

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How to Get Your Kids to Take Care of Their Teeth While Stuck at Home

March 30, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — stroud @ 6:20 pm
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More people than ever before are now self-quarantining at home because of the COVID-19 pandemic. If you’re a parent, that means spending more time with your kids than you normally do during the school year. Since your children are stuck at home all day without as strict a routine as they’re usually under at school, they might be more prone to snacking on sugary items throughout the day and forgetting to brush and floss. Luckily, a pediatric dentist is here with some tips on how to get your kids to still take care of their teeth while under quarantine.


Big Questions About Cavities in Your Little One’s Smile

February 7, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — stroud @ 9:10 pm
Smiling boy without a cavity

Did you know that tooth decay is the number one most common chronic childhood disease? In fact, roughly 60% of American children experience tooth decay by the age of five according to the American Academy of Pediatric dentistry. Unfortunately, this means that try as you might, it’s likely that your little one will develop a cavity at some point. Your pediatric dentist in Willow Park answers some important questions about tooth decay in children and how you can best protect your child’s precious smile.


4 Reasons Your Child Should See a Pediatric Dentist

January 24, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — stroud @ 2:39 pm
young child holding a model of a mouth and smiling

As a parent, there’s one thing you’re not willing to compromise on, and that’s the quality of care that your child receives. It makes sense that you would prioritize their health over everything else, which is why you’re looking into whether it’s better to schedule their first dental appointment with a general or pediatric dentist. Read on for four reasons you shouldn’t hesitate to take your child to a professional who’s specially trained to take care of growing smiles.

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