In January 2014, the AAPD launched Mouth Monsters, an exciting, and interactive way to get little minds interested in their oral health!
Published on November 17th, Mouth Monsters released "A Day of Dental Health." A simple "IQ" quiz to get little minds thinking about the health of the mouths!
Please follow the link for more information on the Monster-Free Mouths Movement!
Thank you to all of the entries in our 2nd Annual Halloween Costume Contest! Everyone looked great!
Congratulations to this year's winner, Nick!! Enjoy your Xscape gift card!
School morning are super busy, getting the kids out of bed, dressed, and out the door can be challenging enough. Why spend extra time trying to decide what to pack for a healthy lunch?
Pre-made lunches that can be made and stored for a week are an excellent go-to!
Protein is a must for lunch, it gives your child the fuel they need to finish out the day and keep them full. Good sources of protein are deli meat and cheese. Fresh fruits and veggies are also a must for a well-balanced meal.
Check out our Facebook for more lunch and snack ideas!
Back to school is a busy time for everyone; school supplies, new clothes and backpacks are high on our list of priorities. Your child also needs the tools to keep their mouth healthy!
The American Dental Association says that "tooth decay affects more U.S. children than any other chronic infectious disease." Therefore, your child should have a regular dental exam, partnered with good brushing and flossing habits and healthy snacks!!
Good luck with the 2015-2016 school year!!
Summer is the time for family fun; whether you are out of town or at the park with you kids, it is important to know how to deal with dental emergenices.
A dental emergency can include losing a permanent tooth, cracking a tooth, and breaking your jaw. You can learn how to deal with dental emergenices from the American Dental Associaiton.
If you ever have any questions about a dental emergency be sure to contact our office immediately!
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