Drive-Thru Community Events!

kids drive thru community eventsHalloween is now just a few days away, and many families in the area are unsure what to do. Some cities have canceled trick or treating, some have not. Experts from the Centers for Disease Control and other renowned health organizations even advise against trick or treating. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun this Halloween! In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist is listing four drive-thru events so your kids can enjoy spooky scares and fun treats while maintaining a good social distance too!

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What to Do in a Dental Emergency

Dentist is treating a boy's teeth. Instilling upon children at a young age that oral health and hygiene is very important, and making sure a routine is followed reduces the risk of developing problems that require extensive treatment later on. While you may be following good habits, keep in mind that dental emergencies such as chipped, cracked, broken, or even knock-out teeth, can occur at any given time. While experiencing an event such as this can be frightening and you may not know what to do, know the team at Pediatric Dental Care at Casa Linda in Dallas, Texas know just what to do in the event of an emergency and are ready to help.

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Safe Halloween Fun For Families

halloween community eventsEvery Friday, we like to dedicate a blog to events happening in our community. With COVID-19 infection rates on the rise, we like to focus on outdoor, socially distant events or activities that you can enjoy virtually! In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist will look at three different events you and your little ones could attend for a spooky good time. Also, don’t forget that after Halloween is a great time to schedule a checkup, before the holiday season kicks in and your schedule gets a bit more hectic!

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When to Consider Extracting Your Child’s Tooth

One of the most important goals in your child’s continued dental health care is to help them preserve their healthy, natural teeth without any, or with minimal, complications. This is especially important during the early years of your child’s oral health development, before their permanent teeth have developed and their oral structures have stopped growing. However, in some instances, promoting healthy growth and development of your child’s teeth and oral structures might require extracting one of your child’s teeth in order to avoid even more concerns with their smiles. (more…)

When Your Child’s Tooth Decay Gets Serious

There are many different concerns that your child might experience with their dental health, but that they can largely avoid with good dental hygiene and right level of preventive care. Tooth decay is one of the more common of these concerns, and fortunately for many kids, preventing and treating it can often be minimally invasive. However, when tooth decay becomes a more severe problem for your child’s tooth, the extent to which it can become a threat makes it a much bigger issue. (more…)

How a Dental Crown Might Improve Your Child’s Oral Health

While prevention is typically the main focus of your child’s dental care, there may sometimes be a need for more involved treatment to address a particular issue with your child’s tooth or oral health. For example, if your child’s tooth cracks or breaks, or experiences some other form of damage, then restoring the tooth with a custom-made dental crown could be crucial in preserving the rest of their oral health. Today, we examine a few ways a dental crown might help save your child’s tooth, and the benefits this can have for their smiles. (more…)

Socially Distant Community Fun

Now that the weather is cooling off, being outdoors in Texas isn’t a fight against the heat! Which means if you’re looking for fun community events that are virtual or socially distant, then there are plenty of outdoor ones available for you and your family. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist will look at four fun and exciting events you and your kids may want to check out!

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Dental Concerns You Might Not Think About for Your Child

When many parents consider safeguarding their child’s smile, they think of good dental hygiene lessons and preventing things like tooth decay from forming. Many parents have even learned to recognize the signs of common concerns, such as sensitivity in their children’s teeth. However, there are other, less common conditions that may pose a threat to your child’s immediate and long-term oral health, and recognizing them as threats isn’t always as easy. Fortunately, we can help safeguard your child’s smile by keeping a close eye on their oral health through regularly scheduled preventive checkups and cleanings. (more…)

3 Ways a Filling Can Save Your Child’s Smile

Typically, the goal of dental health treatment for your child is to help them preserve their smiles, which entails helping them prevent the common conditions that could threaten it. However, if a problem does develop, such as a cavity in your child’s tooth, then saving their smile means addressing it as soon as possible. With cavities, which can be one of the most frequent concerns for children’s smiles, treating and saving the tooth can often be accomplished by placing a biocompatible, tooth-colored filling in the cavity before it progresses further. (more…)

Socially Distant Family Halloween Events

corn mazeHalloween is around the corner, and with trick or treating up in the air, many families will be struggling to find something fun to do instead. Fortunately, each week we take time to cover fun events happening in our community! In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist is taking a break from our usual dental topics to cover four upcoming area events that offer a socially-distant or virtual spooky time for families!

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