• Are baby teeth really that important?
    Your infant’s first teeth will begin to appear around six to 12 months of age. You might wonder how important these primary teeth really are. After all, baby teeth are Read more
  • Sealants Protect Your Child’s Teeth from Decay
    Sealants provide a thin coating over molars that can be a powerful tool to protect your child’s teeth from decay. This simple and painless solution can be applied in a Read more
  • The Importance of Oral Health Care for your Child
    February is National Children’s Dental Health Month, so it’s a great time for our team at Dentistry for Children at Weston to talk about the importance of getting proper oral Read more
  • Bedtime, Bottles, and Baby Teeth
    Your beautiful baby is finally asleep, bottle clutched in tiny hands, dreaming sweet dreams with a charming milky smile. Unfortunately, this lovely fantasy might lead to a rude awakening. If your Read more
  • Baby Teeth and Cavities
    We know how frustrating it can be to discover your child has one or more cavities when you come to visit Dentistry for Children at Weston. There are several ways Read more
  • Gum Disease in Children
    When it comes to gum disease and your child, it’s a good news/bad news situation. The very good news is that children rarely suffer from advanced gum disease, or periodontitis. Read more
  • Pediatric Dentistry Q&A
    Today, the doctor and our team at Dentistry for Children at Weston thought we would answer some of the most frequent questions about pediatric dentistry and oral health we hear Read more
  • Beat the Brushing Battle
    the doctor and our team know it can be a challenge to get our children to brush, brush well, and brush often. Here are some tips that can help you Read more
  • Preventing Tooth Decay in Children
    Childhood tooth decay is the most common chronic childhood disease, affecting nearly one in three children between the ages of two and five. In fact, the American Academy of Pediatric Read more
  • Sippy Cups
    What a milestone! The transition from bottle to sippy cup is one of baby’s first steps toward toddler independence. And like all first journeys, some helpful guideposts come in handy. Read more
  • The Best Snacks for a Healthy Smile
    One of the most frequent questions that the doctor and our team hear is about what kinds of snacks are best for a child’s dental health. Sugary snacks are inevitable Read more
  • Happy Holidays! Healthy Holidays!
    It’s the holiday season! With so much to do and so much going on, you want to be at your best. We have some ideas to help make your season Read more
  • What is hand-foot-and-mouth disease?
    Hand-foot-and-mouth disease, or HFMD, is a type of contagious viral illness that causes a rash in the mouth and on the hands and feet of infants and young children, and, Read more
  • Thanksgiving Trivia
    At Dentistry for Children at Weston we love learning trivia and interesting facts about Thanksgiving! This year, the doctor wanted to share some trivia that might help you feel a Read more
  • Tooth Worms? The History of Cavities and Tooth Fillings
    Scientists have discovered tooth decay in specimens that are more than 15,000 years old. The ancients once thought that cavities were caused by something called “tooth worms” … Eew! They Read more
  • Gum Disease and Your Child
    At Dentistry for Children at Weston, we know that unfortunately, gum disease can exist in your child’s mouth without you even knowing. In fact, your child may be suffering from Read more

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Office Hours

*Wednesdays and Fridays office management only

Monday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-2:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-1:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Dentistry for Children at Weston

1608 Town Center Blvd Suite B

Weston, FL 33326

(954) 384-4560