BEING A PARENT can be incredibly hectic. It can be hard to keep track of all the things growing kids need, which is why the docs at KidstoothDoc are giving our patient families a list of five simple tips for staying on top of their children’s dental health — and their own! Tip #1: Know What […]
AT LEAST TWO OUT OF every five children will develop one or more cavity by the time they turn eleven. That statistic makes tooth decay the most common childhood disease. The good news is that parents can make a huge difference in their children’s dental health, and the first step is understanding the major culprits of […]
TEETH ARE OUR PASSION, and while we spend most of our time focusing on children’s teeth, sometimes it’s fun to take a look at the truly amazing teeth of the animal kingdom. So today we’re going to hold the olympics of animal teeth, to see which critters win the gold for biggest, strongest, hardest, and most […]
Since Halloween just came and went and your kids have bags of candy strewn about, it’s a good time to talk about sugar! WHAT COMES TO MIND when you hear the word “sugar”? Probably your favorite type of candy or dessert, maybe your favorite soda. You probably didn’t picture barbecue sauce, granola bars, flavored yogurt, or […]
DO YOU REMEMBER losing your first tooth? Maybe it happened later than for your classmates, or maybe you fell down on the playground and it came out before you knew it was loose. However it happens, losing that first tooth is a big deal for every kid. As parents, we want to make sure it’s a […]
KidstoothDoc will be sponsoring Parker’s Movies in the Park this summer at O’Brien Park in Downtown Parker! The movie this Saturday is “Incredibles2”! Bring you family, friends and all the kids and be sure to stop by our booth!
KidstoothDoc will once again be happily sponsoring the Great Egg Scramble. Look for our booth and stop by to say hello! The event has been rescheduled to Saturday, April 20. Gates open at 9:30 see you there!
THE SMILE OF a happy child is one of the best things in the world. Unfortunately, dental caries (tooth decay) is the most common chronic disease of childhood. We want those smiles to stay as healthy as possible, which is why we’re dedicating a blog post to baby teeth dental care. Baby Teeth Matter Because […]