We get questions all the time about how to keep children’s teeth and eyes healthy for life. Here are some of the questions we commonly see. And, as always, don’t hesitate to reach out to your child’s dentist and eye doctor with questions. HOW OFTEN DOES MY CHILD NEED TO SEE THE DENTIST? The American … Continue reading You Asked: Common Questions About Kids’ Dental and Eye Care
Access to high quality, affordable dental care is an important part of a child’s growing up. From the moment that the first tooth appears, a child should receive regular dental care to ensure that their teeth remain clean and healthy! That’s why we are dedicated to providing preventive and comprehensive dental care services to children … Continue reading Worry-free dental care for children
Hockey, soccer and football seasons are now underway… but have you thought about gymnastics season? Your son may live and breathe hockey – on the ice a few days a week, watching the games on TV whenever possible, and playing street hockey, or basement/living room hockey. And that love of a sport is great thing! … Continue reading Three reasons gymnastics helps boys play in other sports
Your child’s dental health is important to your child’s overall health and well-being. Regular dental care, including check-ups every six months, is an important aspect to ensure good dental health. If your child is past due for a dental cleaning, it is important to get that preventive visit scheduled right away. With that said, sometimes … Continue reading 6 signs your child may need to go to the dentist
Many of the symptoms of ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) and ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) that impact a child’s school performance are also common symptoms of an untreated vision problem, and children with vision problems are twice as likely to be diagnosed with ADHD as children with normal vision. Some examples of symptoms common to … Continue reading Vision and ADD/ADHD In Children
Conjunctivitis is an inflammation of the “conjunctiva” tissue underneath the eyelids and on the whites of the eyes, which turns the eyes pink. Conjunctivitis is one of the most common childhood eye problems, but it is also one of the most treatable. However, there are some big differences between the sources of conjunctivitis, which all … Continue reading Does your child have pink eye or allergies?