Whether you refer to your favorite carbonated drink as a pop or soda, these drinks cause damage to your teeth. Recently, studies have shown that one of the biggest causes of tooth decay is linked to soft drinks. In addition to tooth decay, soft drinks can lead to obesity and even type 2 [...]
In honor of National Children’s Dental Health Month, Dr. Keta Heitzler and staff want to remind our patients that proper oral hygiene habits need to be used all year long, not just during the month of February. Children’s Dental Health Month is a starting place, a time to have conversations [...]
Our instincts drive us to protect our children; making sure they are safe, happy, and secure. In their early months and years we feed our kids healthy foods, keep them clean, and go out of our way to ‘baby proof’ the house. However, if we aren’t tending to their oral health [...]
When I graduated from residency at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, I had seen hundreds of children with special needs ranging from autism to Down Syndrome to CP to super rare disorders. I learned so much about the joys and challenges of parenting and loving on these kiddos. Working with [...]
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"Little Critter Pediatric Dentistry provides empowering dental experiences for families through the highest standard of clinical and emotional care. Their safe and inviting environment is built on positive dental [...]