When you think about winter break, you probably have one thing on your mind: You’ve got a list that’s very, very long with all of the things you want to do, that you should do, and that you need to get done when your kids are out of school. If one of those items includes spending a little time on your oral health with your kiddos, then you’re in luck! We can help you make this a very easy and successful venture, so everyone goes back to school and work with rejuvenated habits and smiles!
#1: Address Any Dental Hygiene Issues
If you have dental hygiene issues that you haven’t addressed, now is such an easy time to deal with them! Maybe nobody in your family likes the toothpaste and brushes you’ve been using. Buy fresh! Maybe your little one isn’t taking too kindly to flossing on her own. You now have time to calmly talk it over, figure out what the problem is, and find a solution. More time means you can pay attention to everyone’s oral health details!
#2: Call Us To Plan 2017/2018
Maybe you have a list of appointments that you need to schedule but you haven’t had time. Now you do! Take advantage of time off over the holidays by calling us to set up checkups and cleanings and more for this year and the next!
#3: Infuse Smile Care With Fun
Whether you’ve got little kids or teens, there’s always some way to infuse your dental hygiene with fun. Spend time with little ones, while you listen to music and laugh. For teens, try out new toothpaste, add an electric toothbrush into the mix, and more, to add new life to protecting their oral health!
Reinvigorate Your Smile Care With Easy Improvements
Ask us about how to make smile care fun again if you think your usual experience has become a bit too routine. 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.