1. How To Promote Dental Health Over The Holidays

    The holiday season sure gives us a lot to smile about — more time with family and friends, traditions that only happen once a year, and presents to unwrap. The one thing we might not smile about over the holiday season is our dental health. Indeed, with the holidays comes an onslaught of sugar, starch, and alcohol — all of these factors can be Scrooges when it comes to…Read More

  2. Halloween Advice From A Pediatric Dentist

    Halloween for dentists might be like Christmas for the Grinch. Just because it’s not our favorite holiday (we prefer Child Health Day on October 1 or National Children’s Dental Health Month in February) doesn’t mean we’re here to rain on the Halloween parade. Halloween Tips From Your Local Pediatric Dentist Instead, we want to provide helpful, practical tips to mak…Read More

  3. When to Take Your Child to a Pediatric Dentist

    Summer may not be quite here yet, but with schools releasing for the summer in just a few weeks, it’s time to start preparing! With summer camps, vacations, trips to the pool, and kids playing basketball in the driveway, do you know what to do when your child has an accident and injures his or her teeth? Accidents can be smaller such as biting the tongue, lip, or cheek, …Read More

  4. When to Bring Children to the Dentist

    Along with the hundreds of other parenting duties, dental health is something that all parents should be aware of when you have a growing baby. How to care for their teeth at home and when to take children for their first dental checkup are questions new parents often ask. At First Hill Dental Center, our pediatric dentists want to give your child the best care. Read on to…Read More