Make Smile Plans For Winter Break
We know that you see the winter holiday items lining the shelves of stores that you frequent and you think to yourself, “It isn’t even Halloween yet!” With so much to do and plan, it’s easier to simply pretend for a while that December is far, far away and that you just don’t need to worry about it. Of course, we empathize. However, we’d also like to squeeze a quick dental care reminder or two in there, while you’ve got your holiday time radar up!
Cleanings and checkups are things that can become a very cumbersome detail that you have to try to fit into an otherwise very packed and detailed schedule. Or, they can be something that you schedule twice a year without feeling bogged down. How to make this a reality? Start scheduling preventive dental care visits for your children during major breaks. Which ones? Well the easiest are usually summer and winter. They’re conveniently spaced six months apart, which means you can keep up with these essential appointments with ease (and without worrying about interrupting your kids’ class time).
Make Time For Additional Needs
Don’t forget that you have enough time to schedule dental care visits for your little ones and you have time to schedule visits for additional needs. If it’s time for a filling or other restorative treatment, set it up and your kids will go back to school with healthy smiles. If your child does not yet have dental sealants but you really do want to get this completed, then schedule it for the upcoming holiday break. It’s an easier way to get everything done!
Schedule A Visit Over Winter Break!
Don’t forget that it’s easier to schedule visits over winter break, while kiddos are out of classes. Schedule a visit with your Dallas, TX children’s dentist, Dr. Marr at Pediatric Dental Care at Casa Linda by calling 214-321-4880. We proudly welcome patients from Dallas, TX, and all surrounding communities, including Casa Linda, Lakewood, Lake Highlands, Forest Hills, East Dallas, Mesquite, Garland, Richardson, and more.filed under: Children's Dental Services, Tips/Advice