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An Egg-Cellent Way to Teach Proper Brushing
added on: March 18, 2019
kids brushing teeth

You already know that teaching proper brushing and flossing at an early age is a great way to start your child on a path to a lifetime of healthy smiles. But you may also know that it’s hard to make this process enjoyable, and may be hard to teach. At… Read More…


How to Handle Children’s Dental Emergencies
added on: February 22, 2019
child with toothache

No parent ever wants their child to experience an emergency of any kind, and dental emergencies can be particularly concerning and confusing. What’s the right thing to do? What shouldn’t you do? Don’t worry, our pediatric dental office in The Woodlands is here to help. Different Emergencies Require Different Care… Read More…


Celebrate National Children’s Dental Health Month with Your Pediatric Dentist
added on: February 12, 2019
young girl in dental chair

Each and every February, our pediatric dental office in Spring joins the American Dental Association (ADA) in celebrating National Children’s Dental Health Month. This month-long dedication to children’s oral health strives to promote the importance of proper brushing, flossing, and regular dental visits for strong and healthy growing smiles. This… Read More…


How to Ease Toothache Pain in Children
added on: February 7, 2019
toddler with hat drinking juice

Can you believe that there’s actually a day dedicated to toothaches? It’s true! February 9th is recognized as National Toothache Day, and in honor of this ‘holiday,’ the team at our pediatric dental office in The Woodlands is here to celebrate by giving you advice on how to ease toothache… Read More…


Easy on the Sippy, Skippy!
added on: January 25, 2019
baby with sippy cup

As your child gets too big for the bottle, you may replace it with a fun sippy cup. Sippy cups are alright for a little while, but at our pediatric dental office in The Woodlands, we strongly recommend transitioning to straws or “big kid cups” sooner rather than later. Sippy… Read More…


When Will Baby’s Teeth Erupt?
added on: January 14, 2019
baby

When we’re born, most of us have primary (baby) teeth that are sitting, waiting, ready to burst through our gums as we grow a bit older. While baby teeth eruption dates do vary from person to person, at our pediatric dental office in The Woodlands, we’ve put together a guide… Read More…


5 Tips to Stop the Thumb Sucking Habit
added on: January 9, 2019
baby sucking his thumb

Thumb sucking, just like the use of a pacifier, can soothe, comfort, and make children feel safe. While thumb sucking is very natural for babies, it can lead to dental problems if the habit continues into the toddler stage. At our pediatric dental office in The Woodlands, we encourage our… Read More…


When Should Baby Teeth Fall Out?
added on: December 31, 2018
young girl on bicycle

It starts with a wiggle, and before you know it, your little one has her first loose tooth. Kids grow up so fast, and so do their teeth. That’s why our pediatric dental office in The Woodlands is here to help you through the wiggles, worries, and wonders of early… Read More…


When Should My Child First Visit the Dentist?
added on: December 20, 2018
young girl brushing teeth

Many parents are unsure when their child should visit the dentist for the first time. It’s a question we hear quite often at our pediatric dental office in Spring, and one we’re more than happy to answer. Pregnancy Believe it or not, a child’s dental care first starts during pregnancy…. Read More…


Fluoride and Your Child: What Every Parent Should Know
added on: December 11, 2018
young boy brushing teeth

If you research fluoride, and specifically the use of fluoride in kids, you’ll probably stumble across some information suggesting fluoride isn’t safe for kids. At our Spring pediatric dental office, we’d like to explain why fluoride actually is a safe and important part of your child’s dental health. What is… Read More…


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