The team at Timber Kids Dentistry has a new face in the office! Please help us welcome Dr. Lisa Austin - to the team as our newest orthodontist. As an Oregonian born and raised, Dr. Austin is excited to serve patients in Bend, OR! She'd love to get to know your child at their next appointment, but here are a few things she wanted to share.
'Twas the night before Christmas when all through the house, every person was brushing, or flossing, or both! Their stomachs were full of some yummy holiday treats, not sugar - but veggies, water, cheese boards and meats! The children nestled down in their warm, comfy beds, while visions of a cavity-free check-up danced in their heads.
We are so proud to have such an awesome team at Timber Kids Dentistry. From Ashland to Medford to Grants Pass, Klamath Falls, and Bend - we truly have the best crew around. Here are some highlights from our team-building events this fall.
It's the spookiest time of year for Timber Kids Dentistry - the time of year when cavities thrive and tooth decay haunts the night!
Timber Kids celebrated the Timber Dogs during International Dog Day on August 26th! Here are some of the loveable faces we get to do life with.
While there is no hard set date for when your child can begin using adult toothpaste (or toothpaste that contains fluoride), there are some things to consider before moving them on to the next stage of dental health.
Boatnik was back this year and was better than ever! Timber Kids was a proud sponsor and had a great time participating.
Timber Kids Dentistry was a proud sponsor of the 69th annual Pear Blossom Festival in April!
Our amazing team members at Timber Kids were excited to take part in the annual Volunteer Day on April 23rd at Sanctuary One at the Double Oak Farm!
As with most developmental milestones, there is no definite moment when your baby should have their first tooth, but there are guidelines that help you prepare for this important moment. Let’s see what’s the most common timeline for erupting baby teeth.
When it comes to the health of their children, parents try to make educated decisions. But, when the course of treatment involves minor surgery, such as a frenectomy, most parents will want to make sure that the decision is correct and won't put their little ones through unnecessary stress.
Wondering if your child needs braces? Read this post to learn what signs to look for when determining whether or not your child needs braces.
All parents want to make sure their child is happy and healthy for the rest of their life. Regarding their dental health specifically, that often means taking the right steps to form good habits that will help the child’s teeth grow strong and free from pesky issues.
Getting braces is sometimes necessary to make sure your child’s teeth grow straight and in their most optimal position. Still, both parents and children can have a lot of questions about braces, and maybe even wonder why they are a necessity.
The biggest causes of crooked teeth in children are a mix of genetics and behaviors. While kids can inherit certain aspects of their oral health from their parents, such as the size of their teeth and jaw, how thin their enamel is, and bite problems, there are also a lot of lifestyle factors that can encourage crooked teeth.
Bad breath odor caused by an illness or disease will need to be fixed by addressing the medical issue itself. Luckily the most likely cause of your child’s bad breath can be chalked up to an overdue dental cleaning. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and say goodbye to bad breath forever!
What’s the best toothbrush for children? The simple answer is “the one they like to use!” As long as they consistently brush their teeth properly, it doesn’t really matter what type of toothbrush they use.
If your child’s teeth have started to look yellow, stained, or discolored, you may be concerned. And while stains aren’t always an indicator that something is wrong, it’s usually a good idea to see a board-certified pediatric dentist to diagnose the issue and make sure your child’s mouth is healthy.
Most kids don’t look forward to going to the dentist, but some children feel especially anxious and nervous about their six-month appointments. If your child has dental anxiety, there are a few steps you can take to make things easier for them and for you when you visit Timber Kids Dentistry. Read on for more information.
At Timber Kids Dentistry, we take your safety and the safety of your children very seriously. That’s why we are taking every precaution we can to keep you and your family members safe throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
March is Women’s History Month! To celebrate this month, we’re sharing the history of 4 women who’ve changed the face of dentistry. Check it out!
It’s Children’s Dental Health Month, which means now is a great time to brush up on your baby teeth facts! Baby teeth play a big part in development.
With 2016 behind us, what changes are you making for 2017? We’ve gathered our top 5 healthy habits for the New Year that you have to try.
Dental emergencies can happen without warning at any time. Are you prepared? Knowing what to do can mean the difference between losing and saving a tooth.
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Fluoride and sealants are two cavity prevention treatments for children AND adults. Learn how they can help keep your mouth cavity-free in this article.
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