Fall eNewsletter





Welcome to our Fall eNewsletter!
 


It's scary to think..but...Halloween and the holidays are upon us! In this issue, you'll find some interesting information to help keep your trick-or-treater safe including the latest info on dental sealants. We are also excited to announce that our annual Halloween Candy Give Back program is in place! This will be our third year running where we've collected your extra Halloween Candy and donated it overseas to our Troops. Please consider helping us out with this! You'll find more detailed information in the article.

 

We also wanted to extend an open invitation to all of our families - the most important thing we can do to ensure your child's overall health is to make sure our lines of communication are open. If you EVER have any questions regarding our recommendations or conservative treatment approach, please feel free to speak to one of our doctors. Your child's health is our top priority and it's important that you always feel comfortable and well informed on our recommendations.

Enjoy the eNewsletter and Happy Fall!

South Shore Children's Dentistry

 


Halloween Candy Give Back..is back!

Over the last few years, our office has proudly participated in a Halloween
Candy Give Back program in partnership with Operation Gratitude. Each year
we have been hum ... Read Article

 

 



Halloween Safety Tips For Kids

Anytime a child has an accident, it's tragic. The last thing that you want
to happen is for your child to be hurt on a holiday, it would forever live
in the minds of the child and the family.
There are many ways to keep your child safe at ... Read Article



To Our Teenage Patients

A bright smile fresh breath - that's what a healthy mouth means. It also
means you can talk and laugh with confidence.Here are facts, ideas and tips
on keeping a healthy smile in your teenage years. What You Need To Know about Your ... Read Article



Dental Sealants

Many of the foods you or your child eat, especially those high in sugar and
starches, cause the bacteria that normally occurs in your mouth to produce
acids. If this acidic plaque isn't removed from your teeth by daily
brushing and flossing, tooth de ... Read Article