Chat with us, powered by LiveChat parent info Archives | Page 2 of 5 | Charlotte Pediatric Dentistry
To Make a Payment, Call 704-377-3687 or Mail to 411 Billingsley Rd, Charlotte NC, 28211

Posts Tagged:parent info

Our offices are open for appointments, and safety is our number one concern. To protect our patients, their families and our staff, we’ve enhanced our existing safety protocols, we’ve upgraded our facilities with state-of-the-art air filtration systems, and we’re screening all patients and families prior to appointments. Before you come to the office for your…

If you’re wondering when your child’s primary teeth, or baby teeth, are going to start falling out, then Charlotte Pediatric Dentistry can help provide answers. It’s important to remember that every child is different. Just like every baby learns to walk on their own time, permanent teeth eruption happens at different times for different children.…

As you help your child brush their teeth, or supervise them while they brush their teeth themselves, there are a few teeth you should be ensuring get brushed well. Due to their shape, there are several teeth that are more likely to form cavities than others. Charlotte Pediatric Dentistry explains why these teeth form more…

In everyday busy lives, or in the midst of a pandemic, it’s often helpful to receive healthcare on the phone or virtually. We understand this may be a preferred option to receive dental assistance outside of scheduled cleanings or emergency procedures, which is why Charlotte Pediatric Dentistry is providing  Telehealth to better assist our patients.…

It’s easy to tell your children to floss their teeth every day, and you can try to do it for them – but it would be a lot easier if you could demonstrate to them how flossing works and why it’s important. Charlotte Pediatric Dentistry walks you through this simple demonstration from the Nova Scotia…

Our offices have now reopened. Our top priority is the safety and wellness of our patients, their families, and our staff. We have been closely monitoring all recommendations and mandates from the Center for Disease Control, the American Dental Association and state and local governments to ensure that we are taking every necessary precaution to…

In between appointments with the pediatric dentist, it’s important to teach your children healthy dental hygiene habits. Instilling good habits will help keep your children’s smile healthy and happy and help prevent any issues in the future. Charlotte Pediatric Dentistry has tips for parents to encourage dental hygiene at home. 3 Ways to Boost Healthy…

A recent study done by the experts at the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND), the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD), the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), and the American Heart Association (AHA) explains the importance of choosing the right beverages for your child to establishing healthy dietary patterns in early childhood. Charlotte Pediatric…

As a parent of a child with special needs, you know there can be challenges in completing routine tasks, like a dentist office visit. That’s why it’s important to make sure you do your research when choosing a pediatric dentist to ensure they understand the needs of your child, and that the dentist has the…

You may have been told that your child needs to do dental radiographs, or dental X-rays, at their next visit. While this may be nerve wracking to you or your child, Charlotte Pediatric Dentistry is here to put you at ease by answering your questions and giving more information on dental radiographs and their importance.…

refresh-testimonial
This place is absolutely amazing, very child friendly, clean, and the staff is super nice and very informative.
— Happy Patient.
The reviews listed are from actual patients of Charlotte Pediatric Dentistry. Individual results may vary. Reviews are not claimed to represent results for everyone.
What to Expect at Your Child’s First Visit
Curious About Braces or Invisalign?
Multiple Locations for Your Convenience