The clock was ticking and I didn’t want to be late for my 1:15 patient. During lunch time, I attempted to do an errand and eat at the same time. Gil Dooren, DDS , my employer, prided himself on punctuality and required the same of his staff.
Sally, one of my long time dental hygiene patients, had a baby a few months ago was asking me about her baby’s and teeth when she came in for her first first postpartum dental visit. I gave a Rub-A-Dent package as a baby gift the last time I saw her during her second trimester of pregnancy.
I was about to go out the door to my annual dermatology appointment when the phone rang. It was just minutes before 8am and I noticed it was my next door neighbors calling, a young couple with a nine month old baby.
What does Peggy O’Mara (peggyomara.com) , internationally renowned speaker, author, publisher, Mothering Magazine, say about Rub-A-Dent?
Carole was pleased to present Rub-A-Dent and Oral Health Education information at the 2015 La Leche League of Southern California and Nevada Parenting and Health Care Professional Conference in May.
Oral health is an important component of general health and should be maintained during pregnancy and through a woman’s lifespan. Maintaining good oral health may have a positive effect on heart disease, diabetes, and other disorders.
GG from Los Angeles wants to know about pacifiers. She has found so much confusing information and asks: Does it distort or affect a baby’s tooth and gum formation?
Clean hands and good oral health keeps your baby healthy and happy and smiling!