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Does your after school routine involves a crazy schedule of getting children home from school, and then right back out the door a short while later for extra-curricular activities? Whether it’s ballet or baseball, it seems as if there’s always somewhere to be! Often times,...

X-Rays are an important part of your child’s oral health care. They allow pediatric dentists to see a high level of detail of the tooth, bone and supporting tissues of the mouth. X-rays allow pediatric dentists to: – See how your child’s teeth are erupting (coming...

Teething, the emergence of the first teeth through a baby’s gums, can be tough on parents, caregivers and babies alike. But knowing what to expect can make the teething process a little easier to manage. Tooth eruption chart The teething process can begin anytime from when you...

Are you prepared for a dental emergency? Thousands of dental emergencies—from injuries to a painful, abscessed tooth—take place every day. Would you know what to do if your child broke a tooth or had a tooth knocked out while playing outdoors? What if you had a...

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month. The pediatric dental offices of Dimock, Weinberg and Cherry invite students to “Post Your Best Smile for DWC” via social media. The school with the most student posts will earn $500 for their PTA/PTO! View Photo Contest Rules All school-aged students are welcome to...

Parents may make resolutions to save more money, lose weight or work less in the New Year, but what commitments can children make to improve themselves, too? Turns out, there are plenty of age-appropriate targets kids can set to build skills and habits that’ll serve...