First birthday? First visit! Your child’s first birthday is one of the most exciting times in a parent’s life. Your child’s oral health should begin in their first year to build a strong foundation for a lifetime of healthy habits. Healthy habits start from the beginning!
It’s teething time! Teething occurs 3 to 6 months after the birth of your child. During this precious time, your child’s first tooth will appear! You may notice that your child likes to chew on things, but don’t worry, this is completely normal. Their first set of teeth are growing, just like your growing little one! We are more than happy to talk to parents about what to expect from their teething child!
Did someone say, nap time? During your child’s milestone year, thumb-sucking is a natural reflex that makes them feel secure and relaxed. Our goal is to keep you, the parent, informed about your child’s dental health in their primary year with their growing teeth!
Baby Bottle Tooth Decay
You are sweet like sugar! Your child’s nutrients are key to healthy development and growth. Sometimes, too much sugar can put a frown on your child’s oral health. Your infant can develop cavities, or “sugar bugs”, on their growing chompers. Our team carefully cares for your infant’s “sugar bugs” so they can joyfully mature.