The tooth fairy likes to reward children for clean, lost baby teeth in a variety of ways. Check out some fun tooth fairy traditions to try in your home complements of The American Academy of Pediatric Dentists! A visit from the tooth fairy can be a fun tradition to start once your child begins to […]
We are always talking to our families about the importance of children’s diet. Here is some additional advice from our friends at the American Association of Pediatrics: Forcing children to eat food doesn’t work. Neither does forbidding foods. When children think that a food is forbidden by their parents, the food often becomes more desirable. […]
Hop on over to Centennial Park on Saturday, March 28, 2015 for the annual Englewood Easter Egg Hunt sponsored by Kids Tooth Doc! Our doctors and staff will be there to hand out gifts and say hello! Children age seven and under are welcome to bring their baskets to the park for a morning of […]
Kids have different needs and wants than grown-ups. Our game stations and movie theater in the lobby will make your child feel comfortable. They’ll be watching movies on the ceiling above each chair and they will earn a trip to the treasure box when they are done. Your child may never want to leave!
Whether you have one child or many, our staff will work hard to accommodate your scheduling needs. We will always put the children first! Additionally, our doctor and staff speak Spanish! Hablamos Español!
The doctors at Kids Tooth Doc are often asked questions regarding fluoride. We thought this helpful article from the American Academy of Pediatrics will answer many of the questions parents have. If you have additional questions, please give us a call. From Healthychildren.com: Fluoride from drinking water and other sources such as toothpaste can strengthen […]
Our colleagues at the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry have some great Halloween advice for families! Read on….< The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Encourages Parents to be Aware of Mouth Monsters This Halloween The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD), the leading authority on children’s oral health, is encouraging parents and caregivers to enjoy [...]
Dr. Kathleen Waguespack (Dr. Wags) and her husband, Dennis, are recent transplants to Colorado from Dallas, Texas. Dr. Wags is the third of four siblings who grew up on a Christmas Tree Farm in Silverton, Oregon. She received her Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Puget Sound in 2002, after which she […]
The kids are back in school and the age old school questions arise again. Not “Do you have any homework?” (though that is super important as well), but “What do you want to take for lunch?”. Our friends at Healthy Children Radio have some advise. Read – and listen – below. http://radiomd.com/show/healthy-children/item/22247-keeping-your-childs-food-choices-healthy-during-the-school-year
If your children are already patients at KidstoothDoc, you know the difference between a pediatric dentist and a general dentist and we are glad you made the right choice! For those parents just checking us out for the first time, please watch this video from the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry: