Our staff has specialized training working with children with special needs, helping them feel comfortable and safe at the dentist. More
Baby bottle tooth decay is common among children, and there are important steps parents should take to prevent it. More
The toothbrush is a small but mighty tool in the quest for excellent oral health! There are two basic types of toothbrushes, manual and electric, and both will do a good job of cleaning your teeth. However, an electric spinbrush may be more beneficial for your child.
Benefits of an Electric Spinbrush
An electric spinbrush for children:
Baby teeth can erupt in any order however; most children start to develop teeth around 6 months. Learn more about a baby’s teeth order with our guide. More
We made a list of fun, educational resources at Jenkins and LeBlanc to help your child understand the importance of oral health for their developing teeth. More
Fear of the dentist is a common phobia in children and adults. Whether your child is nervous or afraid, try these tips from our team to make your visit a more positive experience. More
Is your baby keeping you awake at night? Teething is one of the many milestones in your baby's development. Here's what you should know about your teething baby. More
Recent news articles have questioned whether flossing is beneficial. If you’ve been wondering whether or not to floss, our board certified pediatric dentists want to encourage you to keep flossing!
Why is flossing important?
Flossing is important because, like brushing your teeth, it has many benefits for your child’s dental hygiene ... More
Did you know calcium not only supports bone growth and development, but it also helps the growth of your child’s teeth? As your child grows, they need more calcium to supplement their healthy bone development as well as aid in tooth development. More
Drinking water is essential for growing your child's healthy smile. Not only does it help keep your child's mouth clean, but it keeps them hydrated and improves their oral health, too. Here are helpful tips from the board certified pediatric dentists at Jenkins and LeBlanc to encourage your child to drink more water. More