Does your child have their first tooth or did they just celebrate their first birthday? They are ready for their first dental appointment! Smiles Dental treats patients of all ages. Contact one of our offices in Oregon or Washington for an appointment.
Our blog has some ideas to encourage good oral hygiene habits in your kids. Looking for a kid-friendly dentist in your area? We have offices conveniently located throughout Oregon & Washington. Contact Smiles Dental to book your child’s visit at the office nearest you!
Smiles Dental provides kids’ dentistry as part of our large suite of dental services. So if you ever have any questions about your child’s oral health, don’t hesitate to ask your local Smiles Dental practice in Washington or Oregon!
Important milestones help you keep track of your child’s growth and development. Dental milestones are no different: they can help you understand and prepare for the next steps so you can care for your child’s oral health. Check out our blog post for details on these milestones.
As summer winds down and school preparations ramp up, you’ll want to be sure your little ones are putting their best foot forward with their oral health. Check out our blog post for tips on dealing with potential oral health issues before school starts and things get hectic!
Spring is in full swing, which means that Easter is fast approaching. We know that our patients and their families celebrate this holiday in different ways, but one aspect of Easter remains relatively common among everyone: the Easter candy. Read our blog post to learn about the best and worst Easter candy for your child’s teeth.
Did you know that February is National Children‚Äôs Dental Health Month? Our offices treat patients of all ages‚Äîfrom your youngest family member to your oldest. Read our blog post where we discuss our approach to kids‚Äô dentistry and provide you with some tips and tricks to keep your kiddo‚Äôs smile healthy.
Did you know that 5 million teeth are knocked out each year during sports activities? That‚Äôs a whole lot of teeth lost! Studies also show that if you’re involved in a contact sport and you aren’t wearing a mouthguard, you are 60 times more likely to sustain a dental injury. Read our blog post to learn about our winter sports mouthguard special!