Category Archives: Child’s First Visit

For getting your kids to the dentist, get creative

Taking your child to the dentist is a necessary, but not always easy task. We want to help you keep their teeth healthy and promote their good oral hygiene habits for later in life. We understand, though, that a trip to the dentist can be scary for a child. Lie down in a bright room…… Read More »

  • Posted on: Mar 15 2016

Demystifying your baby’s first dental visit – for you

Your pediatrician has probably told you that your baby should have his or her first dental appointment by the age of one — or within six months after the first tooth comes in. Part of preparing your child, who is still a baby, to be comfortable at the dentist, is to make sure that you… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jul 30 2015

Help Your Child Get Ready for the Dentist

Most adults have a strong fear of the dentist, so it stands to reason that many children would as well. However, many children are naturally fearless and this fear of the dentist is a matter of nurture versus nature. If we help our children understand what is going on, they will not be afraid of… Read More »

  • Posted on: May 30 2015

Don’t Overlook Your Infant’s Dental Health

If you have a newborn, especially if you’re a first-time parent, you are worried and frazzled and very sleep deprived. You are trying to provide your child with the best life possible, and you want them to be happy and healthy. Since your child’s teeth won’t start coming in until later, however, you might be… Read More »

  • Posted on: Apr 15 2015

Your Child’s First Dentist Visit

The first trip to a dentist can be a scary and anxious time for a child. They don’t know what to expect, and being in the exam room can be frightening for them. However, a child’s first dentist appointment is an important step in ensuring proper and healthy dental practices that will last a lifetime.… Read More »

  • Posted on: Dec 15 2014

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