While we hope our patients maintain a healthy smile after they leave our office, sometimes dental visits for teeth whitening or younger family members are set. We’re always happy when this happens— your trust in our dental care is what keeps us going! Read our blog post to meet your Cedar Park Dentist, Dr. Kerr!
Categories for Kids Dental Care
If you’re looking for a dentist in the Cedar Park area, we want to be your dental home. A dental home is a dental practice that will look after your dental health and meet your dental needs. Read our blog post to see why we should be your dental home.
Kids are more vulnerable to cavities for two main reasons: baby teeth have thinner enamel and kids often struggle with good oral health habits. Check out our blog post to see how to effectively teach your kids good oral health habits.
Our team understands that it can be challenging for parents to ensure their child is brushing, flossing, and using mouthwash daily. It’s no secret that children are fans of sweet treats and likely prefer not to sit in a dental chair. However, dental care just got more fun for your child! Check out our blog post to learn about our Healthy Smiles Club for kids.
While you’re out holiday shopping, don’t forget to include some healthy but fun gifts. If you’re stumped on how to keep it healthy but fun, check out our blog post for some dental stocking stuffers that kids will love!
During the Halloween season, there are countless candies and treats to choose from. Sadly, snacking on sugary goodies can increase your risk for oral health problems like cavities. Check out our blog post for some good alternatives.
Kids go through a lot of changes as they get older. You might be wondering if their smile is on the right track! While every kid is a little bit different, there are certain dental milestones to look for. Check out our blog post to find out what to expect.
You keep up with your child’s routine dental visits every six months, but sometimes it is necessary to stray from the schedule and bring your child in sooner. Check out our blog post where we explore the most common reasons why you may need to take your child to the dentist.
Dental sedation has revolutionized dentistry by helping many people who would have been otherwise unable get the care they need. Check out our blog post to learn if sedation dentistry is safe for kids.
As children grow up, they go through so many developmental milestones it can be easy to overlook the important moments in their dental health. Read our blog post for a look at the dental milestones your child should reach.