These popular children’s books can make going to the dentist exciting. Spaceships, princesses, castles...the dentist? Your child's favorite books are packed with adventure. They're dramatic, exciting, and help them escape to faraway lands where talking dragons are...
Everything You Need to Know About Kids’ Dentistry In the United States, around 20% of kids between the ages of five and 11 have a cavity. Regular visits to a dentist are vital to oral health. Children benefit from regular oral care because their body is undergoing a...
Ensuring your child gets great dental care is an essential part of helping them thrive and stay healthy, but it can be expensive and stressful. Thankfully, there are ways to lower your expenses while making sure your child gets the quality dental care they need.
If you’re in Hastings, Grand Island, North Platte, or Omaha, Nebraska, and you need special dental care for your child, you’re in luck. We’ve got locations in all of these areas and our dentists have tons of experience working with children who have special needs.
If you act like the pediatric dentistry appointment will be scary, your child will respond in a more fearful way. So prepare your little one for their first dental appointment by reading books or playing fun games about the dentist.
It can be hard to understand exactly what your child’s dentist is looking for at each dental evaluation. Here’s a breakdown of what pediatric dentists look for during each stage of your child’s dental development.
Whether you’re doing everything right or find that you need to make a few changes in order to better protect your child’s oral health, getting immediate treatment and advice for their cavity from a pediatric dentist is what matters.
At the end of the day, what matters during winter in Nebraska is that you spend time together as a family, building deeper ties of love and trust with your kids.
Happy New Year from Pediatric Dental Specialists As we get ready to ring in 2020 and the new decade it brings, we can’t help but pause and celebrate the reason why we love coming to work every single day: you! From infants at their first dental visit to teens...
As a parent, you have probably received plenty of unsolicited advice about how to care for your children. Often times, this advice can be contradictory and full of myths. This is especially true when it comes to child dental care.