In accordance with recommendations from the CDC and WHO, we would like to update you in regards to our protocol related to the Novel COVID-19 (Coronavirus). As always, the safety of our patients and team members is our highest priority. As such, we ask that you please call our office prior to your appointment if you have a fever or flu-like symptoms. In addition, we ask that you call our office prior to your appointment if you have traveled on … [Read more...] about A Note To Our Patient About Covid-19
As soon as teeth appear in the mouth, decay can occur. One of the risk factors for early childhood caries (sometimes called baby bottle tooth decay or nursing mouth syndrome) is frequent and prolonged exposure of a baby’s teeth to liquids, such as fruit juice, milk or formula, which all contain sugar. Tooth decay can occur when a baby is put to bed with a bottle. Infants should finish their naptime or bedtime bottle before going to bed. Because … [Read more...] about Sippy Cups and Your Child’s Teeth
Be sweet to one another! #HappyValentinesDay from your dental family at Parkview Dental … [Read more...] about Happy Valentine’s Day
It’s a milestone worthy of celebration: your baby is graduating from bottles! According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, your toddler should be ready to move on from the breast or bottle between 12 and 24 months. While your child may not be ready for a regular cup right away, there are a number of training cups you can use to help them move from baby to big kid. Here are three things to consider. What Type of Training Cup to Use While … [Read more...] about Training Cups and Your Toddler’s Teeth
When it comes to keeping your teeth in your head during all the fun winter has to offer, there are two things to be mindful of: avoiding obstacles and knowing how to fall correctly. Actually, understanding how to fall is a good thing to know even if you’re just walking during the winter, let alone skiing, sledding, snowboarding, skating, or snowball fighting. Let’s look at each one of these fun winter activities and walk you through exactly … [Read more...] about Having Fun Outside This Winter? Here’s How to Protect Your Smile.
With your New Year resolutions panning out like never before – ya’ know, all that working out, dieting, and tango dancing you’re doing – you’re probably starting to feel pretty worn out. And, let’s be honest, you’re probably getting ready to quit. It’s okay, you’re not alone – most resolutions don’t often make it past March – if they even make it into February. So, how about trying something easier? We guarantee our suggestion will be simpler to … [Read more...] about Want to Have Your Best Year Ever? Get Some Sleep.