It’s autumn, which means it is time for pumpkins, pumpkins, and more pumpkins! While you might be a bit more excited about all things pumpkin-spice-related at the moment, those kiddos of yours are likely dreaming about the perfect pumpkins they’re going to find at the pumpkin patch this year (and the special way they’ll be decorating them). Good news: The Pumpkin Fest presented by Calloway’s Nursery will make picking a pumpkin into quite the enjoyable outing!
Part of you may shrug your shoulders and think, “Okay, I guess we’ll go in for a dental checkup but I’m not really sure why it’s time for another one!” We understand. You’re busy. Your child’s smile looks fine. Nobody is complaining. So, why do you have to come in for a children’s dental exam when it seems like all is perfectly okay? Well, our Dallas, TX team wants you to remember that checkups aren’t all about finding problems. They’re really about preventing them (and doing something about any concerns that have just begun). Let’s help you feel much more enthusiastic about this part of prevention.
If you have “why” questions about tooth extractions, it is a perfectly reasonable collection of inquiries to end up with. When we tell you that we need to remove your child’s tooth, you wonder an awful lot about a ton of different things. Don’t keep them to yourself. Bring them to our Dallas, TX team’s attention. With as much enthusiasm as we put into keeping your children’s oral health safe, we will give you our attention and explain what’s going on with the upcoming extraction we recommend.
Of course, if you’ve been visiting our pediatric dental practice in Dallas, TX for any length of time, you know that we have your child’s best interest at heart! You know, as well, that we are here for children from the time they’re babies through their 18th year on this planet! What you may still be learning about, however, is the many ways that we can help you. This might include helping you feel more informed, guiding your child’s oral health away from issues like decay, and more! Consider a few important avenues through which we can always assist you and you’ll feel even better about the future of your little one’s grin!
Do you and your family ever spend time in the Children’s Adventure Garden at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens? If not, then you are missing out and this is a wonderful way to become acquainted! If so, then you already know the splendor of this lovely place to visit and will be quite excited about the upcoming birthday event! The Children’s Adventure Garden Fifth Birthday is your chance to enjoy a sweet celebration in Dallas, TX as the gardens celebrate this special day!
You’ve probably been noticing it for much longer than you care to think about: Halloween candy has been lining the shelves of your local grocery store for weeks now and we’ve only just made our way into September! As an adult, of course, you can simply ignore the holiday aisle full of sugary delights. However, whether you shop with the kiddos or not, they are well aware that the candy-filled holiday is quickly approaching and you are well aware that this influx of sweets is only going to continue growing. What to do in preparation, you wonder? Consider a couple suggestions from our Dallas, TX pediatric dental care team, so you feel better about things.
When you get used to bringing your children into our practice and you become accustomed to seeing one pediatric dentist, you may find yourself occasionally wondering: Hey! That other person isn’t my dentist but she certainly looks like a dentist. Who is she? This lovely individual you are seeing is none other than our associate Dr. Seo! Did you know that our pediatric dental care practice includes a team of dental professionals who offer the same level of care (if not better, suggests Dr. Marr!) that you are used to when you come in for visits? Learn a bit more about our current and future team, so you can feel just as wonderful as ever about protecting your children’s oral health!
For some children, a nagging toothache can be just a nuisance, or it can cause severe discomfort that interrupts their ability to concentrate or go about their day. In many cases, a pain reliever or dental analgesic might offer some temporary relief. However, the toothache is likely to persist until you bring your child to the dentist for a thorough examination at our Dallas, TX, office to determine why it aches in the first place. Before then, however, you can give your child a better chance at avoiding toothaches by following these few tips. (more…)
Have you been enjoying park concerts throughout the summertime? Have you had September 11th on your mind, as you wonder what you can do with your family to honor this important day of remembrance? The upcoming Free Concert At Crawford Memorial Park by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra might be just the thing.
Are you extra anxious when it comes to bringing your kids in for dental care (more than you usually are about dentistry) because you’re worried about them picking up on your dental anxiety? Trust us when we say that you’re not the first parent to go through this. Perhaps coming in to our practice causes you to feel quite uneasy! Maybe your main concern is that your child is going to ask you question and you’re accidentally going to respond in the wrong way. Whatever the case, our Dallas, TX team reassures you: You don’t have to pass anxiety on to your kids. How to avoid it? Well, let us help.