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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…


“My Teeth Are Sealed!”
added on: November 26, 2018
smiling girl with special needs

While we can’t seal your kids’ lips to keep the family secrets safe, we can seal their teeth to keep their smiles safe. When it comes to protecting teeth against cavities and decay, dental sealants for kids are extremely important. At our pediatric dental office in Spring, we encourage our… Read More…


Is Your Child a Mouth Breather?
added on: November 14, 2018
smiling happy girl in autumn

Mouth breathing is common among children and adults alike. What most people don’t realize is that breathing through your mouth, instead of your nose, could negatively impact oral health and is a main cause of dental and facial irregularities in children. At our Woodlands pediatric dental office, we encourage the… Read More…


Breaking the Binky Habit
added on: November 8, 2018
baby in sweater sitting on autumn leaves

Getting your child to part with the pacifier can be daunting. After all, the binky provides comfort, soothes cranky, tired babies, and can even reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). But when it comes to the development of teeth and overall oral health, our pediatric dental office… Read More…


5 Ways to Overcome a Child’s Dental Fear
added on: October 19, 2018
child afraid of dentist

There are many things at a dental office that may be scary for your child. Between the bright lights, the gloved hands, the masked face, not to mention someone he may not know well poking around his mouth, it’s understandable. But what can you do to help him overcome his… Read More…


Stinky Breath? All About Halitosis in Kids
added on: October 16, 2018
young boy brushing his teeth

Halitosis, also known as bad breath, is a dental problem that not only affects adults but can be pretty common in children too. But what exactly causes bad breath? Why would a child get bad breath? How can you get rid of it? Our pediatric dental office in The Woodlands… Read More…


BOO! Tips for Avoiding Scary Halloween Candy
added on: October 10, 2018
candy apples

It’s the time of year when pumpkins are carved, houses are decorated in orange and black, and kids are preparing to put on their well-planned costumes and head door to door collecting tricks or treats. This Halloween season, all of us at our Spring pediatric dental office want to tell… Read More…


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