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Does a Cavity in a Baby Tooth Really Need a Filling?
added on: May 16, 2019
smiling baby with teeth

No parent wants to hear that their child has a cavity in one of his baby teeth. And they may be surprised that their pediatric dentist in The Woodlands is recommending a filling. After all, if baby teeth are only going to fall out, is a filling really necessary? Our… Read More…


Is Your Pregnancy Affecting Your Teeth?
added on: May 13, 2019
pregnant woman brushing teeth

We care about your kiddos, but we also care about our parents too – especially mothers who are expecting a little one. Your body endures a lot of changes during pregnancy… your feet may swell, you may be sore in strange or new places, and your teeth may decay. It’s… Read More…


No Toothbrush? No Problem!
added on: April 30, 2019
baby brushing teeth

Have you ever prepared for a trip or an overnight visit to grandma’s only to realize that while you’ve packed extra clothes, plenty of first aid items, snacks, and toys, you’ve forgotten your child’s toothbrush? Now what? Not to fear, our Spring pediatric dental office has some tips to help…. Read More…


Tooth Fairies Around the World
added on: April 16, 2019
tooth fairy

Here in America, we know all about the small-winged fluttering fairy that compensates kids with a few bucks (an average of $3.70!) in exchange for a freshly lost tooth. What we don’t know is whether the Tooth Fairy visits all children throughout the world who have lost a tooth in… Read More…


April is National Facial Protection Month
added on: April 9, 2019
girl boxer holding sports mouthguard

April is a time to celebrate a lot of things like April Fools, springtime, and flowers. It’s also recognized as National Facial Protection Month. What does this have to do with the precious smiles we care for at our Spring pediatric dental office? Sports & Facial Injuries It’s estimated that… Read More…


Can Kids Get Gum Disease?
added on: March 27, 2019
group of kids

Gum disease is often considered an adult problem, but the truth is, kids, teens, and young adults are also susceptible. At our pediatric dental office in The Woodlands, we’re here to explain the dangers behind the disease and provide you with some key signs and symptoms to look for. What… Read More…


Teach Kids to Floss Using Play-Doh, Legos, and Yarn
added on: March 21, 2019
child flossing

In our last blog, we talked about a fun way to teach your kids how to brush. While that’s a great first step in making dental care enjoyable for little ones, everyone at our pediatric dental office in Spring wants you to know it’s only half of a proper at-home… Read More…


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…


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