Why do we keep asking if your child is flossing at home? Why floss before or after brushing, isn’t brushing enough? No, without flossing there is still 35 percent of the tooth that was not [...]
Any toothpaste that has the ADA (American Dental Association) Seal is a great toothpaste for your child. There are so many different looks, flavors, and tastes of toothpastes. The best thing to [...]
Are you having a hard time getting your child excited about their upcoming dental appointment? Parents can play a vital role in helping their child not be so afraid. Our office encourages you to [...]
Dr. Fisher recently appeared on 94.5 KTI Country with Libby Collins to discuss pediatric dental health topics in conjunction with National Children’s Dental Health Month. The link below [...]
We would like to encourage you to manage your child’s Halloween candy with the following recommendations to minimize cavities: Separate all of the chocolate candies. These are the best [...]
Thank you to all who visited The Kids Block Party on Saturday September 23rd. We had over 850 attendees this year who enjoyed events like a petting zoo, face painting, bouncy house and craft and [...]
Both a pediatric dentist and a family dentist must go to dental school for four years to earn their dental degree (either a DDS-Doctor of Dental Surgery or DMD-Doctor of Dental Medicine). After [...]
Want to learn more about Dr. Fisher’s mission trips? Carole Meekins from Today’s TMJ-4 visited our office and learned all about Dentistry For All. See the story HERE!