Have you brought your kiddos to Dallas Heritage Village yet? If not, then you’re in for a treat. This area boasts a collection and presentation of historic structures, events, and more, all while recreating life from between 1840 and 1910. Take a stroll through Dallas’s past, while your kids learn about our area’s heritage, and attend fun experiences like the upcoming Barnyard Buddies Story Time!
Oral piercings are not necessarily the type of thing you want to hear your teen is interested in. Whether you have good feelings about tongue rings, negative feelings, or neutral ones, the underlying concern is that they may lead to oral health problems. To begin with, as you know, any type of piercing requires significant care to prevent swelling and infection. So, how to respond to this inquiry when your child suddenly shows interest? We have a few helpful ways to get started.
Yes, it’s normal for your kids to get excited about sugary treats on Easter. After all, there’s quite an abundance, so if you’re on board with indulging, we understand. However, we also know that you might not be quite as educated on the different types of candies out there and which happen to be much worse for kids’ (and adults’) smiles when compared with others. Let’s run through a few details to keep in mind, so your children have a very fun-filled holiday, while you can breathe a sigh of relief about their oral health.
There are, of course, many possible reasons your child may be ending up with headaches. Some of them may be related to oral health, while others may be something your pediatrician can speak to. As for some things to consider in regard to your child’s teeth and related habits, we can explain some frequent problems that result in pain. While over-the-counter pain relievers can offer immediate relief, remember that getting to the bottom of chronic discomfort is essential.
We often spend time helping you figure out what to do for your little ones when it comes to maintaining healthy smiles. When you visit your dentist, you receive suggestions for your adult smile. One thing that may be getting overlooked just the slightest? You may really need some extra help in the form of tips for teen dental care! Your teenagers aren’t exactly kids anymore but they’re certainly not adults yet. So, how to make sure you’re guiding them well? Let’s start with some essential recommendations.
When you find yourself considering seeing our pediatric dental care team for your child’s cleanings, checkups, and more, you may wonder who we take on as new patients. Should you call to set up a visit, you wonder? Are we going to welcome your little one or do we have some type of stipulations? The truth is, we look forward to meeting each and every one of the new patients who is seeking smile care! Allow us to extend additional details, so you feel much more comfortable taking us up on our invitation to come on in!
When you’re looking for an Easter event for the whole family, and we mean the whole family, then you may find yourself feeling a bit limited on options. Fortunately, if your family includes you, your spouse, your kiddos, and your pups, well then … the Easter In Lee Park And Pooch Parade is likely just what you’re hoping for!
You may feel uneasy learning that your child needs a tooth extraction. Just the term alone may cause you to immediately assume something is wrong, since the removal of a tooth is sometimes associated with a very unhealthy tooth. While this type of removal certainly has its place, there are other common reasons for extractions that we provide for healthy teeth! So, before you begin feeling worried or upset, we recommend opening yourself up to some new knowledge that will likely put a smile on your face!
As an adult, you understand that dental sedation can make dental care much more relaxing on many levels. It may offer help with dental anxiety. It may physically make treatments more comfortable. It may help patients feel more optimistic about smile care. The list goes on and on, of course. When you are the one receiving sedation, you know how to weigh the pros and cons to make decisions. However, when the sedation is for your child, you may not feel quite as equipped to make a final decision. Not to worry: That’s one of the reasons we are here!
Do your kids light up, relax, and show off some pretty impressive dance moves (you’re not really sure where they learned them) when the music comes on? Are you occasionally just a wee bit horrified by the lyrics to the otherwise very danceable music your kids love? If your kids want to bust a move and you’d love it if the music was clean, then the upcoming Disco Kids event just might make everyone smile!