Child-Friendly Plano Dentist

Dentist For Kids Plano

It’s a question that many parents in Plano debate: When should I take my child in for their first dental appointment? The answer may be a little earlier than you think. The American Dental Association recommends that a child sees a dentist around twelve months of age. This happens to be about the time when […]

ToothPrints

At The Plano Dentist, we always expect the best, but prepare for the unexpected. Being a mother herself, Dr. Kim knows how crucial it is to protect the safety of our children. As a result we are providing ToothPrint kits FREE to local children. ToothPrints was developed by a pediatric dentist who began using dental […]

Pediatric Dental Emergencies at The Plano Dentist

When your child needs urgent dental treatment, Dr. John Potter and our team at The Plano Dentist stand ready to help. Here are some helpful answers to some recent patient questions. Q: What should I do if my child’s baby tooth is knocked out? A: Contact The Plano Dentist as soon as possible. Q: What […]

When is thumb-sucking a cause for worry?

Lots of you have asked us at The Plano Dentist about whether it’s healthy for children to suck thumbs (or, less frequently, fingers). If you’ve got a thumb-sucker in the house, you are not alone. Research tells us that between 75% and 95% of infants suck their thumbs. Is this anything to worry about? In […]