Celebrating 5 Years

Lisa, Nancy and Kaycee are celebrating 5 years with Children’s Landing Pediatric Dentistry!!!  We love working with Dr. Tew, our team of friends and associates, and all of our wonderful patients!

Thanks for your confidence in our Team!

We love Children’s Landing and Dr. Tew! I have been taking my almost 3-year-old daughter there since her first teeth came through. The location is perfect for us and their office is very cute and kid-friendly. Though there is never a need to, my daughter could probably play for hours in the “tree house.” The… Read more »

Dr. Dave

Congratulation to Dr. Dave!!! New Baby Boy Born June 20th, 2013

June

“June is the month of dreams, I think; Gardeners watch their roses, pink. Birds leave the nest and try their wings And songbirds learn just how to sing. Brides have planned for the perfect day, When to their love their vows will say. June is the month of graduations; Proud parents give congratulations. The birth… Read more »

Give Kids A Smile

  Thanks to members of our staff and friends who volunteered at “Give Kids A Smile” this year!  

Xylitol

Xylitol is a natural sugar alcohol that has been shown to interfere with the oral colonization of decay-causing bacteria.  Incorporation of xylitol into chewing gum, candy, toothpaste, and infant oral wipes has shown promise as a caries (cavity) reducing agent.  Studies have shown Zylitol wipes to be safe and well accepted by most infants and parents. … Read more »

Yogurt and Cheese can improve Oral Health

  Long known for their healthful effects on children, dairy products contain calcium, phosphorus and bioactive peptides important to oral health.  Recent research suggests that the consumption of milk, cheese and yogurt may suppress the formation of caries (cavities) and help prevent periodontitis.  Studies have found increased calcification of the enamel and remineralization of teeth after… Read more »

Breast Feeding/Orofacial Development

Breast-feeding is the best form of nutrition for infants.  The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends that infants be exclusively breast-fed for the first 6 months of life, with supplemental breast-feedings for at least the first 2 years of life. In addition to the systematic benefits of mother’s milk, breast-feeding promotes healthy orofacial development, including nasal… Read more »