How Parenting Styles Shape Our Children
Everybody is familiar with the concept of helicopter parents, so-called because they hover around their toddlers. But what happens when kids get a little older and helping them develop gets more complicated than simply to
How to Care for Sealants
By forming a thin covering over the pits and fissures, sealants keep out plaque and food, thus decreasing the risk of decay. Good oral hygiene and nutrition are still very important in preventing decay next
How do I care for my child after a dental operation or visit?
Wondering what to do, or how to help you child after local anesthetic, trauma, or an extraction? Discover professional tips below:
How often should a child have dental radiographs / X-Rays?
Since every child is unique, the need for dental X-rays varies from child to child. Films are taken only after a complete review of your child’s health history, and only when they are likely to
Calming an Anxious Child
As Pediatric dentists, Dr. Laura and Dr. Susie have special training in helping anxious children feel secure during dental treatment. For example, in the “Tell-Show-Do” technique, we might name a dental instrument, demonstrate the instrument