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When Should a Baby See a Dentist?

Did you know that a baby should see a dentist by age one? The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD), American Dental Association (ADA) and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) all recommend that children see a dentist by their first birthday. Even though babies may not have all of their teeth yet, seeing a […]

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I Love My Kids Dentist

Looking for a kids dentist in San Antonio? Alamo Heights Pediatric Dentistry offers dental care for children. Dr. Angie Sage and Dr. Kathryn Walker provide preventive and restorative dentistry for infants, toddlers, adolescents, and teens. In addition, we offer conscious sedation, and hospital dentistry. Furthermore, we are passionate about educating children on the importance of […]

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Share a Smile in Alamo Heights

We are proud to be your pediatric dentist in Alamo Heights! Alamo Heights Pediatric Dentistry understands the importance of providing a safe and trusting environment for your kids. Our doctors are passionate about educating children on their dental health to avoid potential issues. We truly love our jobs and our patients! Alamo Heights Smiles In […]

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Kids First

We focus on your child’s wellbeing and work
closely with you to discuss and explain all treatment options!

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Regular Check-ups

Visit your pediatric dentist every six months for regular checkups. Regular check-ups allow us to detect and solve little problems before they become big problems.

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Fluoride

Fluoride is nature’s cavity fighter. Like any natural nutrient, it is safe and effective when used properly. Flouride incorporates itself into tooth enamel and strengthens it, making it more resistant to cavities.

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Eating Right

Bacteria thrive on sugars and carbohydrates, which provide the energy bacteria need to grow, reproduce, and create the enamel- eating acid that causes cavities.

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Flossing

Flossing every day is also important in preventing cavities, because floss reaches between teeth where a toothbrush cannot go.

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Brushing

Good oral hygiene significantly reduces your child’s risk of developing cavities. Brushing helps remove the food sources that feed the bacteria that cause cavities.

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Dental Anxiety

We have special training in helping anxious children feel secure during dental treatment, ensuring that most children feel calm, comfortable and confident when they’re here.

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