Month: February 2016

Certain Foods Can Strengthen Our Teeth

Nutrition is an important factor in the growth and development of your child’s mind and body. Pediatric dentists go so far as to recommend that fruits and vegetables make up half of a child’s daily food intake as part of a regimen for good oral health. Oatmeal is a popular favorite with kids especially on […]

Start Early For The Best Results

Pediatric dental care is unique in that it is totally committed to the care and treatment of children of all ages, through to adulthood. The practice is also given over to the specific concerns of those young people who have special needs. The particular circumstances that a pediatric dental candidate confronts during his advanced training […]

Early Visits Can Make All The Difference

Taking your one year old to a pediatric dentist is the best way to start him off in the right direction for a lifetime of regular dental care. Those first several visits should go smoothly enough but you may hit some rough spots as your child gets a little older and is more exposed to […]

Start Them Off Right

As your child grows from one stage to another his needs will change. He’ll go from baby food to solids, he’ll start drinking from a sippy cup instead of a bottle, and so on. As soon as he shows signs of teething it’s time to start a regimen for good oral health. A pediatric dentist […]