Frequent and long-term exposure of liquids containing sugars to your child’s teeth could cause cavities. Some of these liquids are milk, formula, fruit juice, and sodas. Bacteria in your child’s mouth thrive on sugar in these liquids that can attack your child’s teeth and even gums. Tooth decay can begin after many attacks. It is[…]
CASH 4 CANDY EXPLOSION!! Can you believe that we collected 1,503 pounds of candy this year?!? We have such an amazing community! Thank you to our generous patients and the students at Village Elementary, McCoy Elementary, Pickett Elementary, Cooper Elementary, Mitchell Elementary, Tera Vista Elementary, The Magellan International School and The Learning Experience. I know[…]
Come join our 8th Annual “Ca$h for Candy” Drive and Support our Troops Bring your wrapped Halloween candy to our office and earn money! Every pound of candy earns $1 (up to $5 total per child). The candy will be donated to our troops overseas through Operation Gratitude. Children will also have the opportunity to[…]
This sweet girl packs a punch! Hope won a medal at nationals in Florida for taekwondo……wow!!!! She is 5 and going into first grade – what an amazing achievement Miss Hope
Yes, baby teeth can get cavities. A well-balanced diet high in protein, vitamins, and minerals (especially calcium and phosphorous) is an important part of cavity prevention. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) states that children should eat healthy snacks like cheese, vegetables, and yogurt, and drink milk. Limit hard candy and carbonated beverages, which[…]
Yay Ember!!!! ?. First time in hygiene bay! This big girl is 4 years old and will be going into pre-k this coming year. She loves chocolate, ballet and playing with her best friend Lily!
Our patients are the BEST! Can you believe that our patient Anais brought Kayla this cute little puppy named Tundra? She had the present completely wrapped with a bow on top! It was such a wonderful and sweet gesture!
Dr. Kelly was excited to be in Chicago this past weekend to complete a special training course through the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry! Pictured (from left to right): Dr. John Rutkauskas, AAPD CEO; Dr. James Nickman, AAPD President; Dr. Kelly; Dr. Joe Castellano, AAPD President-Elect. It was an incredible opportunity!
Julia is celebrating her first anniversary with Star Smiles. Some people at the office appreciate that she is a fan of the Houston Texans, but others know that the only real team is the Dallas Cowboys!! We love seeing her warm smile, hearing her welcoming voice and enjoy being around her calm demeanor. We always[…]
Maggie, Maggie, Maggie! Happy 3 year anniversary! Thanks for being such an outstanding woman. If you want to see a real life version of Wonder Woman – just drop by our check out counter! She is the model of consistency and so full of passion and empathy! We are so blessed to have Maggie with[…]