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Meet Isabel, Our Dental Assistant

  When thinking of someone who works with children and what qualities make them best suited for the job, Isabel has them all! She is patient, caring, kind-hearted, a good listener, and so much more! Dentistry for Children is so fortunate to have Isabel for both her expertise chairside and her endearing personality. Isabel came

Guard Your Smile, Facial Protection Month

  The weather is finally warming up and we’re all eager to get outside and play. How fitting then, that April is National Facial Protection Month?  Whether you find yourself engaging in full contact sports like football and hockey or you enjoy softball and skateboarding, they all present potential dangers for dental trauma and concussion.

COVID-19

UPDATED: 05-11-2020 FORMS: COVID-19 Patient Disclosure Form COVID-19 Acknowledgment of Risk Form UPDATED PROTOCOL: The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed everyone’s lives from education and work to grocery shopping and errands.  Our community has been through a lot over the last few months, and all of us are looking forward to resuming our normal habits

Tooth Be Told: Dental Care Resources for Parents

From kid-friendly videos to dental trauma guidelines, the list below includes our favorite dental health resources for parents. Use the information and tips you find here to help your children develop great habits and create beautiful smiles that will last a lifetime! 2min2x.org This website helps parents encourage their children to brush for two minutes,

Emergency Dental Care Tips For Children At Home

Dental traumas are often much harder on parents than they are on kids. When an accident or dental emergency occurs or an issue arises, it’s best to call your pediatric dentist right away. They’ll help you figure out how to respond and keep your child comfortable until staff are available to provide care, and if

Good Snack Foods for More Than Great Thoughts

“I WANT A SNACK!” Parents everywhere hear this chorus from their children often throughout the day, especially now that summer is in full swing and families are taking a break from normal school schedules to enjoy outdoor sports, evening bonfires and weekend trips to the lake. Families need these more relaxed times. They give parents