School’s out, and your kids are likely enjoying fun in the sun during the summer. But how can you make sure that your child’s smile stays healthy and strong throughout the warmer months, and avoid tooth decay from sweet treats? Below, Big Picture Pediatric Dentistry will go over a few steps you should take to keep little smiles healthy during the summer.
Due to COVID-19, routine dental cleanings have been put on hold. We want to make sure your child's dental health stays in tip-top shape till we reopen. Check out this blog for some great tips on how to keep your child's teeth strong and cavity-free!
Whether you’re the parent of an infant or young toddler and you’re feeding them mashed bananas as part of their diet, or you have an older child and you often pack bananas in their lunch as a snack, you may have wondered whether or not this fruit is good for your child’s teeth. Get the answers you need in this blog from Big Picture Pediatric Dentistry!
If you have a toddler and you’ve noticed that their gums look swollen or tender, you may be wondering what it means. Should you be worried about their oral health? Is it normal for kids to have swollen gums? Do you need to see the dentist? Get answers to all of your questions about toddlers and swollen gums in this post from Big Picture Pediatric Dentistry.
At Big Picture Pediatric Dentistry, we’re excited to celebrate Children’s Dental Health Month this February. This event, which was first started by the American Dental Association, is a great time for parents to familiarize themselves with their children’s dental needs.
Whether you’re a new parent in Houston and you’re looking for your child’s first dentist, or you recently moved to the area and need a dentist for your child, you may be wondering what the difference is between a pediatric dentist and a general dentist.
After earning a Master of Fine Arts in film production and spending five years in Hollywood, Dr. Brock decided to pursue a career that would allow him to make a positive difference in people’s lives. He completed his residency in pediatric dentistry at UT Houston School of Dentistry and feels blessed to call Houston his home.
The spooky season is in full swing! If you’re looking forward to celebrating Halloween with your children, the team at Big Picture Pediatric Dentistry has some tips to help you avoid dental issues caused by the excessive consumption of sugary sweets.
Many people are scared or anxious when it comes to going to the dentist. This is quite common in adults and children alike. If your child does not like going to the dentist and is afraid of even routine treatments like teeth cleanings, you may not be sure what to do.
If your teen is heading out for their first year of college this school year, congratulations! It’s not easy getting them there, and that’s a great achievement. But before they pack up their books and head to their dorm room, you’ll want to make sure that their oral health is protected.
If you’re a parent in Friendswood, La Porte, Seabrook, Pasadena or Dickinson, the team at Big Picture Pediatric Dentistry is here to help keep your child’s smile happy and healthy. Proper dental care and oral hygiene start at home, and these three critical oral health habits will encourage a lifetime of positive health.
At Big Picture Pediatric Dentistry, we focus on preventive care and education to keep little teeth healthy. As compassionate dentists, we want to help you and your family avoid common dental health issues like cavities and decay, so we do everything we can to keep parents informed about proper oral hygiene habits. We’ve put together our top tips for helping kids avoid cavities and keep smiling with ease.