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Your Child Is Diagnosed With Cancer: What do you do?

By Sharon Ferraro, Co-Founder

Make sure your child feels secure and thinks you are confident to take care of this new situation. A young child might not notice your ... Continue Reading

4 New Year’s Resolutions For Your Child’s Teeth

By Rishita Jaju, DMD

The New Year is a time to reset and start fresh. It is the perfect time to start resolutions for healthier habits. This year, we ... Continue Reading

5 Tips For Selecting a Pediatric Dentist For Your Special Needs Child

By Rishita Jaju, DMD

When searching, you can take some steps to find a good fit. Finding the right dentist for a special needs child will increase your chances ... Continue Reading

A Child’s First Visit To the Dentist

By Nahee Williams, DDS

A child’s first visit should be before he or she turns one. Before you brush it off as a bit of overzealous advice, you should ... Continue Reading

Could Your Child Have Head Lice?

By Kensington Pharmacy

Head lice are tiny insects that live on people's scalp and crawl into their hair. Head lice feed on human blood by biting the scalp. ... Continue Reading

Respect, Focus, and Discipline In Martial Arts

By Robert Van Valkenburgh

Children's martial arts are often thought of as an extracurricular sporting activity, akin to soccer, lacrosse, or gymnastics. It is true that these activities all ... Continue Reading

Caring For a Child Who Has Asthma

By Kensington Pharmacy

Asthma is a disease of your child's lungs and the tubes that bring air to the lungs. With asthma, your child's airways are constantly irritated ... Continue Reading

My Child's First Orthodontic Exam

By Shadi Saba, DDS

At what age should I schedule an appointment for an orthodontic screening? The American Association of Orthodontists recommends an orthodontic screening at age seven. By ... Continue Reading

Pediatric Orthopedic Patients

By Amy Henning, DO

A child is a work in progress with unique orthopedic needs. Because their bodies are still developing, children have different injury patterns and may be ... Continue Reading

Occupational Therapy Improves Quality Of Life For Those With Sensory Processing Disorder

By Caitlin Gardiner, MS, OTR/L

Does your child cover his/her ears or start crying when airplanes fly bywhen a leaf blower is usedwhen a blender turns on? Does your child ... Continue Reading