Around the age of 4 to 6, your child will likely lose their first primary tooth. As a parent, nothing is more exciting than a wiggly tooth; however, it can be a scary experience for your child. Although they might anticipate putting it underneath their pillow for the tooth fairy, waiting for the tooth to fall out can cause anxiety. Thankfully, it doesn’t need to be a traumatic experience. Here are 4 tips from your pediatric dentist in Northampton to make it less scary.
Northampton Pediatric Dentistry Blog
October 9, 2020
September 5, 2020
Your child’s primary teeth are only in place for a few short years before they are replaced by their permanent ones. Until they fall out, they play an important role in their oral health and development, so it’s important their teeth stay strong and healthy. Did you know you can help support your child’s dental health long before their first tooth erupts? Your pediatric dentist in Northampton has the tips you need to care for your child’s teeth for a beautiful smile.
August 7, 2020
Nothing is more exciting than your child’s first tooth emerging from their gum tissue. As their cute gummy smiles are replaced with 28 baby teeth, there are a few things every parent needs to know. Although the primary teeth are only in place for a few short years, they are crucial to your child’s oral health and development. Don’t worry, you can ensure your child has the foundation they need for a lifelong healthy smile using this complete guide about baby teeth.
July 10, 2020
As the country combats the COVID-19 pandemic, many dental offices have had to close their doors. As a result, it has likely been a few months since the last time your child saw their pediatric dentist in Greenfield. With coronavirus cases declining, many dentists can see their young patients again, but there will be a few changes, like no-contact greetings. This can be difficult for children to understand. Fortunately, there are a few creative ways your child can greet their dental team while still avoiding contact.
June 27, 2020
Your family has been spending more time at home to do your part to combat the spread of COVID-19. Although there’s much to learn about the virus, we know social distancing is crucial for stopping the pandemic. Unfortunately, you can’t stay at home forever. Your child still needs to see their pediatric dentist in Northampton. Don’t worry, they can get the care they need without placing them at risk. Believe it or not, there are 5 ways your dentist is promoting social distancing in their office to keep their young patients safe.
May 5, 2020
Times have changed as we work together to combat the spread of COVID-19. As we adapt to a new form of normalcy, your pediatric dentist in Northampton is reopening their doors; however, it’s normal to be concerned about your child’s safety. Don’t worry, our office has implemented new standards to keep them healthy. As a result, things will look a bit different when you come back to the office. Here’s what you can expect during your child’s first visit to the office.
April 4, 2020
We live in unusual times as we practice social distancing to combat the spread of COVID-19. With many families slowing down and spending more time at home, it’s easy for your child to break habits they have developed throughout the school year. One area that can suffer is your child’s smile. There’s no need to worry. Your pediatric dentist in Northampton has 4 tips to keep their smile healthy while they are stuck at home.
February 23, 2020
February isn’t just for finding your valentine. It’s also National Children’s Dental Health Month. The monthlong event is dedicated to raising awareness about the importance of dental health in children. It highlights the necessity of the right oral hygiene habits at home and regular care from a pediatric dentist in Greenfield. In honor of the special month, here are a few easy habits you can implement to give your child the foundation they need for lasting oral health.
January 27, 2020
Adults aren’t the only people who can have dental fears. It’s easy for children to be a bit apprehensive about their upcoming dental appointment. It’s normal for them to feel a little anxious about what they can expect during their visit. You can help your child relax and enjoy their time with their pediatric dentist in Northampton. Here are 5 simple tips to encourage stress-free dental appointments for your child.
December 13, 2019
The holiday season is an exciting time of the year for children. Besides the bright lights, colorful decorations, and carefully wrapped gifts, children also look forward to looking in their stockings on Christmas morning. Although they are often loaded with sweet treats, your pediatric dentist recommends you think twice about grabbing candies and cookies. Instead, here are 5 teeth-friendly stocking stuffers your child will love.