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(Pediatric Dentists) Kid’s Dentistree in Richmond Hill on how much sugar is in kids’ drinks, snacks

Tuesday, August 3rd, 2021

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In this guest post, Kid’s Dentistree – a pediatric dentist in Richmond Hill – is sharing tips for replacing your child’s sugary snacks with healthier alternatives to not only benefit their overall health but keep their teeth healthy and strong, too.

How Much Sugar is in Your Kid’s Snacks?

Every parent wants their kids to be happy and healthy. For most of us, this means balancing what they want with what we know is best for them. But that’s easier said than done, especially when it comes to their diets. Because not only are a lot of kids picky eaters – sometimes saying “no” to a candy bar means a tantrum or argument.

Unfortunately, new research suggests that the health risks of sugar might be worse than we thought. Sugar-rich diets increase the risk of childhood obesity, heart disease and diabetes, and too much sugar can lead to tooth decay and gum disease. That’s why the American Heart Association now recommends that children consume less than 25 grams (about 6 teaspoons) of added sugars per day.

Anyone who’s recently read the label on a can of soda knows that even drinking one 12-ounce can would exceed 25 grams. So, what’s a parent to do? Of course, Kid’s Dentistree encourages replacing sugary snacks with healthy alternatives, but it’s important to know how much sugar is in the snacks kids love to eat. Even gummy vitamins contain 1-2 grams of sugar, so it’ll add up quickly!

How much sugar is in kid’s drinks?

Kool-Aid (8 ounces) = 4 grams

Capri Sun (1 pouch) = 18 grams

Orange Juice (8 ounces) = 21 grams

Apple Juice (8 ounces) = 26 grams

Sprite (12 ounces) = 31 grams

Chocolate Milk (12 ounces) = 33 grams

Coca-Cola (12 ounces) = 39 grams

Mountain Dew (12 ounces) = 46 grams

How much sugar is in kid’s snacks?

Cheerios (1 cup) = 1 gram

Ketchup (1 tablespoon) = 3.7 grams

Graham Cracker (1 rectangular piece) = 4.4 grams

Cheetos (small bag) = 5 grams

Chocolate Chip Cookies (4 cookies) = 9 grams

Nutri-Grain (1 bar) = 13 grams

Pop-Tarts (1 pastry) = 17 grams

Healthy Alternatives to Sugary Snacks

If you’re looking to cut down on your child’s sugar intake, we’ve heard a lot of parents secretly dilute the sodas they give their kids! But if you’ve got yourself a kid with a serious sweet tooth, try some of these alternatives and see what they think!

Cheese: Every 100 grams of cheese contains only about 2.3 grams of sugar. Not only that, but cheese is packed with protein and healthy fats that, when eaten in small amounts, are perfectly healthy to eat!

White Milk: 8 ounces of white milk does contain about 12 grams of sugar. If your child is obsessed with chocolate milk, try using less chocolate powder or syrup over time and getting them used to drinking whole milk. Like cheese, it contains healthy proteins and fats that an active person needs.

Peanut Butter: We’re not going to lie and say that peanut butter is the healthiest food out there. But it is sweet, and it’s only got about 3 grams of sugar in a typical serving of 2 tablespoons. Try spreading some peanut butter on a celery stick, adding 2-3 raisins on top and telling your child it’s called ants on a log!

Fruit: There has been a lot of talk recently about sugar in fruit. And though it’s true that unhealthy sugars exist in dried fruit or fruit juice, whole fruit such as apples and bananas still contain a great amount of fiber and water – which means more hydrated kids with healthier digestive systems.

Goldfish: Apparently the song is true. Goldfish have an impressively low amount of sugar per serving – 0 grams for every 55 pieces! So, if your kid loves to gobble up these cheesy fish-shaped crackers, it’s probably the most okay snack they can have every day.

Raising a child is hard work! And sometimes we’re just happy that they’re eating anything at all. But if you want your kid to grow up strong and healthy, limiting their sugar intake will increase their quality of life and even help them focus better in school.

So, encourage healthy eating! And try to talk to them about the negative health effects of sugar, like gaining weight, losing their permanent teeth and feeling bad or sick when they are older.

Do you have any healthy or sugar-free snacks that your kids love? Share them with Kid’s Dentistree on Facebook or Instagram.

Visit Kid’s Dentistree’s Web site or call (912) 756-5437 to schedule your child’s visit today.

The Kid’s Dentistree office is located in the “Clock Tower” building, right next to The Suites at Station Exchange on Ford Avenue in Richmond Hill.

Kid’s Dentistree
912-756-5437
1101 Gandy Dancer
Richmond Hill, GA 31324

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(Pediatric Dentists) Kid’s Dentistree in Richmond Hill on tongue & lip ties

Thursday, July 8th, 2021

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Kid’s Dentistree Talks Tongue and Lip Ties

For infants and young children, tongue and lip ties can lead to trouble eating, speaking, and even sleeping. Learn more from Kid’s Dentistree’s latest blog where Dr. Julia Dobson discusses the signs and symptoms of tongue and lip ties and when you should seek treatment here.

If you suspect your child has a tongue or lip tie and would like a consultation, you can easily schedule an appointment online!

Visit Kid’s Dentistree’s Web site or call (912) 756-5437 to schedule your child’s visit today.

The Kid’s Dentistree office is located in the “Clock Tower” building, right next to The Suites at Station Exchange on Ford Avenue in Richmond Hill.

Kid’s Dentistree
912-756-5437
1101 Gandy Dancer
Richmond Hill, GA 31324

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(Pediatric Dentists) Kid’s Dentistree in Richmond Hill shares tips on teaching kids good oral hygiene

Monday, May 3rd, 2021

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Kid’s Dentistree in Richmond Hill, Ga.: Good Habits for Oral Hygiene

Below is a guest post from Kid’s Dentistree in Richmond Hill on good oral health habits that will enable your child to keep their teeth healthy and strong for life!

Build Good Habits Early

For permanent teeth to be healthy and strong it’s crucial to start building good oral health habits at a very young age. These habits include brushing their teeth twice a day for two full minutes, scraping their tongues, and flossing daily. Being consistent with a daily routine will help establish these habits quickly. Besides, you want to keep their baby teeth healthy so that their adult teeth will come in where they should and have a healthy start!

Tactics For Teaching Oral Hygiene

Children love to imitate what their parents do, and they love proving that they are big boys and girls. Aside from letting them watch someone brush their teeth, here are a few other ways to help them form good habits!

Get them excited! Talking up good oral health will help them to get excited about starting to brush their own teeth as well as flossing and eating the right foods.

Let them choose their own “equipment.” When they choose their own toothbrush, it will allow them to take ownership of their oral health, so encourage them to pick out their favorite one!

Use examples! YouTube videos, apps, children’s books, etc., are great examples, other than brushing yourself, to show your child that having good oral health is fun to do!

Praise their successes. If they know you’re proud of them for brushing their teeth, they’ll be proud of themselves and be happier to do it. You might even use a reward system until they get in the habit, like a sticker chart to build up to a prize.

Extra Expertise

If your child is still refusing to brush their teeth, or has a hard time grasping the concept of maintaining good oral health, that’s okay! Every child learns at their own pace. Just be patient and keep trying. You can also come to Kid’s Dentistree for help. Kid’s Dentistree can show your child examples, talk to them, try to find out why they’re not so interested in brushing, and set up a routine with them! They’ll be tooth-brushing pros before you know it.

Visit Kid’s Dentistree to schedule an appointment today.

The Kid’s Dentistree office is located in the “Clock Tower” building, right next to The Suites at Station Exchange on Ford Avenue in Richmond Hill.

Kid’s Dentistree
912-756-5437
1101 Gandy Dancer
Richmond Hill, GA 31324

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(Richmond Hill pediatric dentists) Kid’s Dentistree Invites New Patients to Schedule Appointments Online

Friday, February 26th, 2021

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Kid’s Dentistree in Richmond Hill strives to eliminate stress when it comes to scheduling your child’s dentist appointments! If your child is a new patient, you can easily schedule an appointment online through the Kid’s Dentistree Web site. New patient forms are also available to fill out on their website, which will save you time during your child’s first visit.

Kid’s Dentistree’s goal is to make every child feel welcome in a fun, comfortable environment starting from their very first visit.

Visit Kid’s Dentistree to schedule an appointment today!

The Kid’s Dentistree office is located in the “Clock Tower” building, right next to The Suites at Station Exchange on Ford Avenue in Richmond Hill.

Kid’s Dentistree
912-756-5437
1101 Gandy Dancer
Richmond Hill, GA 31324

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(Richmond Hill, Savannah pediatric dentists) Kid’s Dentistree

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2021

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February is Children’s Dental Health Month

Kids’ Dentistree in Richmond Hill  is celebrating Children’s Dental Health Month this February 2021 by sharing tips to help your child’s oral health.

This year’s theme is “Water: Nature’s Drink.” Drinking water, among other tips, is important for children’s teeth and gum health.

Read Kid’s Dentistree’s blog here on more ways to maintain and improve children’s oral health.

The Kid’s Dentistree office is located in the “Clock Tower” building, right next to The Suites at Station Exchange on Ford Avenue in Richmond Hill.

Kid’s Dentistree
912-756-5437
1101 Gandy Dancer
Richmond Hill, GA 31324

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(Richmond Hill, Savannah pediatric dentists) Kid’s Dentistree

Friday, December 25th, 2020

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Your Child’s Safety Matters to Kid’s Dentistree in Richmond Hill

Kid’s Dentistree in Richmond Hill wants you to know that your child’s safety is their top priority. They strive to keep their office safe by strictly following standard safety protocols issued by the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention and the American Dental Association.

Read Kid’s Dentistree’s blog on how they implement extra safety measures to make sure their patients and team members feel safe. Learn more here. 

The Kid’s Dentistree office is located in the “Clock Tower” building, right next to The Suites at Station Exchange on Ford Avenue in Richmond Hill.

Kid’s Dentistree
912-756-5437
1101 Gandy Dancer
Richmond Hill, GA 31324

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Richmond Hill Pediatric Dentists: Best and Worst Halloween Candy for Your Teeth

Saturday, October 3rd, 2020

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Below is a guest post from Kid’s Dentistree in Richmond Hill, a pediatric dentist office in Richmond Hill.

Best and Worst Halloween Candy for Your Teeth

For kids, Halloween is all about dressing up in costumes and trying to collect the most trick-or-treat sweets possible. However, there is nothing spookier than the cavities these candy binges can cause. Even though no candy is considered healthy for your teeth, there are some that are better and worse than others. To help you sort out your child’s candy bag, read our Halloween candy blog post.

One of the best times to schedule a trip to the dentist is right after Halloween. Kid’s Dentistree’s talented dentist and team of hygienists will ensure your child’s smile is healthy after all the holiday treats while also teaching them the best dental habits for a lifetime of strong teeth. For more information, click here!

The Kid’s Dentistree office is located in the “Clock Tower” building, right next to The Suites at Station Exchange on Ford Avenue in Richmond Hill.

Kid’s Dentistree
912-756-5437
1101 Gandy Dancer
Richmond Hill, GA 31324

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(Richmond Hill pediatric dentists) Kid’s Dentistree on space maintainers

Thursday, April 25th, 2019

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Below is a guest post from Kid’s Dentistree , a pediatric dentist office in Richmond Hill.

Are Space Maintainers Really Necessary When Your Child Loses a Baby Tooth Too Early?

From guiding adult teeth into place to preventing crowding, your child’s tiny baby teeth have some big responsibilities when it comes to your child’s bite. So, if a baby tooth is lost too early, space maintainers can take its place to help your child’s adult teeth grow in properly.

At Kid’s Dentistree in Richmond Hill , we are committed to creating a fun and comfortable experience for patients ranging from toddlers to teens. If your child loses a baby tooth prematurely,  we are ready to step in to help your child grow a beautiful, healthy smile.

For more information on the benefits of space maintainers, click here!

The office is located in the “Clock Tower” building, right next to The Suites at Station Exchange on Ford Avenue in Richmond Hill.

Kid’s Dentistree
912-756-5437
1101 Gandy Dancer
Richmond Hill, GA 31324

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(Richmond Hill pediatric dentists) Kid’s Dentistree shares tips for Children’s Dental Health Month

Thursday, February 7th, 2019

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Below is a guest post from Kids’ Dentistree , a pediatric dentist office in Richmond Hill.

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month. At Kids’ Dentistree in Richmond Hill , our work revolves around educating parents and their children on good dental habits. This month, we are sharing some tips and advice on how to promote these habits at home for a lifetime of healthy smiles for your children.

The American Dental Association (ADA) established National Children’s Dental Health Month over thirty years ago to promote the benefits starting young to achieve good oral health. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, tooth decay is the most common chronic childhood disease in the country. Tooth decay affects more children than asthma or hay fever. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that 40% of children will have some tooth decay by the time they enter kindergarten. The good news for parents is that tooth decay is preventable!

The following recommendations will get your child off to a great start with good dental health.

Brush and floss twice each day

The best weapons available to a parent are a toothbrush, toothpaste, and floss. The ADA recommends that parents teach their children to brush for two minutes two times a day—morning and evening at bedtime. Use only a pea-sized amount of toothpaste and teach your child to avoid swallowing toothpaste. Parents should provide help and supervision until a child is about seven or eight years old.

Limit sugary treats and drinks

This includes avoiding juice between meals. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recommends limiting juice to four to six ounces per day. Parents can also replace sugary treats with healthy snacks such as cheese, yogurt, and fruit.

Schedule a dental checkup

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that parents schedule their child’s first visit to the dentist when the child turns one year of age. First birthday equals first checkup. However, if a parent detects discoloration or staining, they should schedule an appointment right away.

Make sure your water has fluoride

Fluoride helps teeth resist acid attacks by strengthening tooth enamel. If your local water supply does not have fluoride, talk to your dentist about fluoride drops or tablets.

National Children’s Dental Health Month is a good reminder that it’s never too early to start your child on the path of good dental health. Habits developed early tend to become lifelong habits.

From toddlers to teens, Kid’s Dentistree makes going to the dentist a fun and seamless experience by building trusting relationships with parents and children at our 1101 Gandy Dancer office in Richmond Hill. For more information, visit KidsDentistree.com or schedule an appointment today by calling the office at 912-756-5437.

Kid’s Dentistree
912-756-5437
1101 Gandy Dancer
Richmond Hill, GA 31324

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(Savannah pediatric dentists) Kid’s Dentistree dental care just for kids in Richmond Hill

Tuesday, January 8th, 2019

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Kid’s Dentistree in Richmond Hill is a fun, family-friendly dental practice just for kids.

Kid’s Dentistree patients, from toddlers to teens, love how Kid’s Dentistree takes the anxiety out of going to the dentist. In fact, they make it fun! Help your child start a lifetime of healthy smiles today.

Learn more about Kids Dentistree and there services, or make an appointment, here. 

The Richmond Hill office is a kind, patient and experienced team. The goal: to establish a trusting relationship with the parent and child and set the foundation for a lifetime of healthy smiles.

The office is located in the “Clock Tower” building, right next to The Suites at Station Exchange on Ford Avenue in Richmond Hill.

Kid’s Dentistree
912-756-5437
1101 Gandy Dancer
Richmond Hill, GA 31324

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(Savannah Dentists) Pooler Pediatric Dentistry for infants, children & adolescents

Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018

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Summer appointments @ Pooler Pediatric Dentistry  are going, going…but not quite gone.

Call today to schedule: (912) 376-9296

Dr. Carla G. Stappenbeck is a Board Certified Pediatric Dentist with degrees from Harvard University and the University of Maryland and a certificate from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. She is excited to be serving Chatham and the surrounding counties.

Pooler Pediatric Dentistry
120 Towne Center Drive, Suite 500
Pooler, GA 31322
912-376-9296
Email: frontdesk@poolerpd.com

Why choose a pediatric dentist versus a general dentist who treats children?

As a pediatric dentist, Dr. Carla has an extra two years of specialized training (residency) after dental school and is dedicated to the oral health of children from infancy through the teenage years, including those with special health care needs. As a Board Certified Pediatric Dentist, she has voluntarily undergone vigorous written and oral exams, which demonstrate specialized knowledge and skill. In order to maintain her certification, she must complete yearly continuing education requirements to stay up-to-date with developments in both technology and patient care.

Dr. Carla is fluent in both English and Spanish (Se Habla Español).

Learn more here.

Stay connected by ‘liking’ Pooler Pediatric Dentistry on Facebook here. 

Pooler Pediatric Dentistry, poolerpd.com, 120 Towne Center Drive, Suite 500 Pooler, 31322, 912-376-9296, email frontdesk@poolerpd.com, On Facebook here.     Pooler Pediatric Dentistry is a SouthernMamas.com advertiser 

(Richmond Hill dentists) Surfside Kids Pediatric Dentistry

Wednesday, March 7th, 2018

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Preparing for your child’s first dentist visit?

Surfside Kids Pediatric Dentistry in Richmond Hill offers tips to help lessen any anxiety & prepare your child for their first dental visit here. 

Surfside Kids’ tips include: Tell your child that he/she is going to the dentist and the dentist is going to count their teeth, probably take some pictures (x-rays) of their teeth, and clean their teeth with a special toothbrush.

See more ways to prepare your child here.

Surfside Kids Pediatric Dentistry has two convenient locations:

*256 Scranton Connector, STE 110 Brunswick,GA 31525
*135 Cedar Street, Richmond Hill, GA 31324

Surfside Kids Pediatric Dentistry; 912.715.SURF; www.surfsidekids.com Follow on Instagram here & on Facebook here. 
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(Richmond Hill dentists) Surfside Kids Pediatric Dentistry

Tuesday, November 21st, 2017

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Looking for a pediatric dentist in Richmond Hill or Brunswick?

Surfside Kids Pediatric Dentistry is dedicated to the special physical and psychological dental needs of infants, children, young adults, and those with special needs in Richmond Hill & Brunswick Ga.

Surfside Kids’ friendly & compassionate staff is committed to maintaining a fun, stress-free environment & to making your child feel at home or even on SURFSIDE vacation.

Learn more here. 

Surfside Kids Pediatric Dentistry has two convenient locations:

*256 Scranton Connector, STE 110 Brunswick,GA 31525
*135 Cedar Street, Richmond Hill, GA 31324

Surfside Kids Pediatric Dentistry; 912.715.SURF; www.surfsidekids.com Follow on Instagram here & on Facebook here. 
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(Savannah dentists) A child’s 1st dental visit should be by age one

Friday, October 20th, 2017

 

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“Get it done in year one!”  

A child’s first dental visit should be by age ONE. 

That’s the message from Dr. Krista Hinchey @ Dogwood Pediatric Dentistry of Savannah & The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry.

Dr. Krista Hinchey reiterates AAPD’s recommendation that infants need to see the dentist before their 1st birthday.

Studies show that dental costs for children who have their first dental visit before age one are 40 percent lower in the first five years than for those who do not see a dentist prior to their first birthday, Dr. Krista said.

See the AAPD’s recommendation here. 

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About Dogwood Pediatric Dentistry

Dogwood Pediatric Dentistry of Savannah specializes in children. Board-certified pediatric dentist Dr. Krista Hinchey and her team are experts on the growing smile.

Dogwood Pediatric Dentistry accepts the following insurance: Amerigroup, CareSource, PeachState and Well Care (these are all Georgia Medicaid) The other main ones accepted @ Dogwood are United Concordia/Tricare (military), Ameritas, MetLife and Cigna. 

Stay connected with Dogwood Pediatric Dentistry and learn more about this new Savannah pediatric dentist practice by liking the practice on Facebook here. 

Dogwood Pediatric Dentistry, www.dogwoodsmiles.com, 4849 Paulsen St., Suite 101, Savannah 31405, 912-298-KIDS (5437), email admin@dogwoodsmiles.com. Dogwood Pediatric Dentistry is a SouthernMamas.com advertiser 

(Savannah Dentists) Dogwood Pediatric Dentistry @ Wilmington Is. Farmers’ Market, Oct. 7

Friday, September 29th, 2017

 

Pediatric Dentists Savannah Krista Hinchey Dogwood Smiles

Dogwood Pediatric Dentistry – a new Savannah pediatric dentist practice – will celebrate World Smile Day Sat. Oct. 7 – @ Wilmington Island Farmers Market.

Come celebrate World Smile Day with Dogwood Pediatric Dentistry and lots of fun & crafts, 9AM – 1PM Sat. Oct. 7. Dogwood’s board-certified pediatric dentist Dr. Krista Hinchey will give out free goodies & have a coloring contest for the kids to win prizes.  Plus, food vendors, artisans & much more.

Wilmington Is. Farmer’s Market is @
Islands High School
170 Whitemarsh Island Rd
Savannah, Ga. 31410

About Dogwood Pediatric Dentistry

Dogwood Pediatric Dentistry of Savannah specializes in children. Board-certified pediatric dentist Dr. Krista Hinchey and her team are experts on the growing smile.

Dogwood Pediatric Dentistry accepts the following insurance: Amerigroup, CareSource, PeachState and Well Care (these are all Georgia Medicaid) The other main ones accepted @ Dogwood are United Concordia/Tricare (military), Ameritas, MetLife and Cigna. 

Dogwood Pediatric Dentistry
4849 Paulsen St., Suite 101
Savannah, GA 31405
912-298-KIDS (5437)

Stay connected with Dogwood Pediatric Dentistry and learn more about this new Savannah pediatric dentist practice by liking the practice on Facebook here. 

Dogwood Pediatric Dentistry, www.dogwoodsmiles.com, 4849 Paulsen St., Suite 101, Savannah 31405, 912-298-KIDS (5437), email admin@dogwoodsmiles.com. Dogwood Pediatric Dentistry is a SouthernMamas.com advertiser 

Savannah Dentists: Pooler Pediatric Dentistry for infants, children & adolescents

Thursday, January 12th, 2017

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Did you know that your child’s first dental visit should be by age one?

The office at Pooler Pediatric Dentistry  is specially designed with children in mind with video games and ceiling-mounted TVs and a friendly staff who enjoy working with younger patients! They even offer sedation for those children that are too young or nervous to otherwise complete treatment.

Let Pooler Pediatric Dentistry show your child how fun a trip to the dentist can be!

Dr. Carla G. Stappenbeck is a Board Certified Pediatric Dentist with degrees from Harvard University and the University of Maryland and a certificate from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. She is excited to be serving Chatham and the surrounding counties.

Pooler Pediatric Dentistry
120 Towne Center Drive, Suite 500
Pooler, GA 31322
912-376-9296
Email: frontdesk@poolerpd.com

Why choose a pediatric dentist versus a general dentist who treats children?

As a pediatric dentist, Dr. Carla has an extra two years of specialized training (residency) after dental school and is dedicated to the oral health of children from infancy through the teenage years, including those with special health care needs. As a Board Certified Pediatric Dentist, she has voluntarily undergone vigorous written and oral exams, which demonstrate specialized knowledge and skill. In order to maintain her certification, she must complete yearly continuing education requirements to stay up-to-date with developments in both technology and patient care.

Dr. Carla is fluent in both English and Spanish (Se Habla Español).

Learn more here.

Stay connected by ‘liking’ Pooler Pediatric Dentistry on Facebook here. 

Pooler Pediatric Dentistry, poolerpd.com, 120 Towne Center Drive, Suite 500 Pooler, 31322, 912-376-9296, email frontdesk@poolerpd.com, On Facebook here.     Pooler Pediatric Dentistry is a SouthernMamas.com advertiser