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
What are the benefits of pediatric dental specialists?
Pediatric dentist specialists focus solely on the dental needs of infants, children, and adolescents, including those with special health care needs. Both general dentists and pediatric dentists complete a four-year post-graduate dental school program. However, pediatric ... More
Fear and anxiety about going to the dentist is a common problem even among adults. You may have had an experience at the dentist that followed you into adulthood and desire a more positive experience for your own child. You may have a child with special needs or one who is especially fearful of new experiences. Here are a ... More
A child dental x-ray finds problems in the mouth such as tooth decay (especially early stage decay between the teeth), damage to the boney structure of the mouth and dental injuries. The earlier a dental problem is found and treated the better it is for your child.
The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry ... More
What is a dental hygienist?
Dental hygienists are skilled professionals highly regarded both in the office and in the dental community. They work with the dental team to provide comprehensive oral health, and have specialized training, state licensing, and education from accredited schools that focus on the prevention and ... More