While many of you may still have younger children still learning the basics of oral hygiene, have you stopped to think of what to prepare for when your children grow into that fun age between 12 – 18? We recently came across an article that addresses those top 5 issues you may have already experienced in your household. What techniques have you found to help your child or teen avoid these toothy troubles?
Here at World of Smiles we understand the importance of our children’s overall health. A healthy smiles comes from a healthy body and mind. In the spirit of promoting a healthy, active, community focused lifestyle we have relaunched our Pinterest page, https://www.pinterest.com/pdxkidsdentist/. Here you will find boards pinned with ideas, inspiration, fun, crafts, and more: […]Read More »
Happy New Year! You’ve probably thought about New Year’s resolutions in the wellness category, like eating healthier, going “green”, and increasing exercise. And that’s great! But have you considered your family’s dental health in the New Year? Don’t forget- dental health is an integral part of your overall wellness. Now is a great time to […]Read More »
With the holiday season beginning, our little ones will need help navigating this stimulating and exciting time. “The best way to change behavior isn’t discipline. You need to figure out what you want your child TO DO, instead of what NOT TO DO…” The Quick Guide to Toddler Time Out by Alexis […]Read More »
Dr. Staci Whitman and Dr. Michelle Stafford worked for nearly two years to bring World Of Smiles to North Portland. They seek to partner with families to provide education and motivation for healthy dental habits. The practice strives for excellent patient care with a holistic, integrative approach while offering innovative treatment options. Both Docs enjoy teaching families and other healthcare professionals the importance of prevention and laying a foundation of healthy dental practices from a young age. They advocate for infant and child oral health, have had extensive experience with patients of special needs, and are Board Certified Pediatric Dentists. Learn more about who your family will partner with at your next visit!