The American Association of Pediatric Dentistry recently released the State of Pediatric Oral Health Care. Take a look at this graphic for some interesting statistics about oral health care.
Dr. Waguespack gives a presentation on the benefits of proper oral health care to elementary school students in Littleton. If your school or organization would like a visit from KidstoothDoc, please give us a call!
Kathleen Waguespack, DMD and the staff of KidstoothDoc want to thank Carl Sandburg Elementary, South Federal KinderCare and Holy Trinity preschool for allowing us to visit their classrooms this past week. Our pediatric dental team enjoyed teaching the students the importance of tooth brushing and choosing healthy snacks!
So Halloween 2013 has come and gone. Your ballerina fairy princess and her ninja wizard warrior brother now possess bags of goodies that weighs almost as much as they do. You are faced with a couple of decisions: how to sneak a few pieces of your favorite candy out of the bag without your children […]
Be sure to bring the kiddos to the Englewood Recreation Center this Saturday, October 26 from 5:00 – 8:30 for the annual Halloween Carnival. There will be lots of games and activities for kids of all ages! Be sure to stop by the KidstoothDoc booth and take a look in your kids goodie bag for […]
Dr. Wags recently participated in the Englewood School District Health Fair. Besides giving out toothbrushes to lots of kids, Dr. Wags was able to provide advice and guidance to the many parents who visited our booth. We at KidsToothDoc look forward to many more opportunities to serve our community!
Do you need some help to ensure your children brush their teeth for two minutes twice a day? Then this website is for you! Developed by the Ad Council and the Partnership for Healthy Mouths, Healthy Lives, this website is chock full of fun videos, games and ideas that will encourage your children to brush. […]
Kids Tooth Doc is excited to announce that we are now scheduling patients! Call us today! 303-974-5868
Just as a pediatrician is your child’s primary medical provider, a pediatric dentist is uniquely qualified to be the oral health care provider for your infant, child and teen. A pediatric dentist must complete two years of additional training after completing four years of dental school to be considered a specialist in this field. This […]