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"If a cavity is found in a child's baby teeth, what is the point of filling it? It's just going to fall out in a couple of years anyway!" This is a very common misconception that adults have toward their child's baby teeth.
We live in a DIY-saturated society. Entire TV series are dedicated to the art of the "life hack." Social media is ablaze with lists of DIY birthday parties, holiday decorations, home organization - it goes on and on.
Your child’s life is probably filled with things that he or she naturally sees as fun or exciting. For instance, no one has to teach their child to jump into a mud puddle…they instinctively seem to know that getting muddy is awesome.
Toddlers and young children often display some pretty cute behavior that, unfortunately, isn’t quite as cute once they are older. Smearing dinner all over their face. Wearing any article of clothing backwards. Repeating everything Mommy and Daddy say. Sucking their thumbs.
Parents of toddlers know that learning opportunities come in all shapes and sizes! The perfect “teaching time” rarely involves your preschooler sitting quietly at the dinner table; rather, fun little lessons often occur smack in the middle of chaos and mess!
Shortly after becoming a parent, it's natural to start asking questions: What school should they attend, what doctor should we use, what immunizations should we get? But... have you ever wondered, when should I take my child to see the dentist for the first time?
“I have always had very good service with Dr. Buettner and his staff. He is very knowledgeable and is always able to handle anything I might need in dental care. I am 76 years old and have had a lot of dental work done, and I appreciate the way he takes care of me.”
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