Tatum Pediatric Dentistry Blog
Baby Teeth: When Do They Come and Go
Developing healthy teeth begins during pregnancy. Your baby teeth begin developing while you are still in mommy’s tummy!
It is important for mom to get proper nutrition and avoid certain medications even before... Read More
Don't Make This Stupidly Silly Mistake With Your Kid's Teeth
We all make mistakes, but your kid's teeth need your attention. A shocking 42 percent of kids between the ages of 2 to 11 have experienced cavities in their baby teeth. If that's not bad... Read More
Why You Don't Feel Pain at The Dentist: History of Numbing
You know when you go to the dentist and they give you a gel or a shot, and suddenly, you can’t feel your mouth anymore? What they’ve just done is given you something to numb any pain. It’s... Read More
A puppy dog is a tremendous gift. The first year of a puppy’s life can bring a lot of joy to children and adults. The first year is also a year of growth and development. One area that puppy owners can easily overlook is a puppy dog’s teeth. In... Read More
You probably already know just how important your teeth are. They help you talk. They allow you to chew. They give others something to see when you smile.
They even give you something to smile about when you look at yourself in the mirror.
Now take... Read More
Even before your son or daughter gets his or her first tooth, it's time to start investing in their dental health. Good dental care helps your child avoid cavities. Starting early with brushing and flossing also helps your child develop good dental... Read More
6 Reasons Being a Brace-Faced, Metal-Mouth in School Pays Off
Wearing braces is something that many other youngsters like yourself had to do. When you first hear the news, you might not be too happy. In fact, you may worry about nicknames like... Read More
7 Signs You're Doing Good For Your Child's Tooth Care
Well, hello there! It’s time again for your fun and friendly visit to our office to see what’s going on in your mouth. Since I know you don’t have too much time to spend on your visit, I’d... Read More
Why Reading with Your Kids Will Get Them Into Harvard
You know that it's important to start young when you are teaching your children about oral hygiene. The same can be said about reading with your children. Open a book with your little one as... Read More