At Sunshine Pediatric Dentistry, we treat kids of all ages, including kids with autism. Read our blog post for tips to help your child feel safe at the dentist.
Read our blog post to learn what a filling is and when it is needed. Dr. Ayala only uses BPA-free, natural-looking composite fillings to protect your child. Contact our pediatric dental office with questions about fillings and cavity prevention, or to schedule your child’s next checkup.
Looking for ways to make teeth brushing fun for your child? Our blog shares tips and tricks on creative ways to make brushing fun! Our pediatric dental team loves sharing fun oral health tips with families in San Antonio. Start good oral habits early with kids and schedule an appointment!
As a parent, you may be concerned about your child getting an X-ray, but there’s no need. X-rays are completely safe for children of all ages. What Are X-Rays? X-rays are an imaging test that allows physicians to see bones within your and your child’s body. X-ray machines send a beam of radiation through your […]
It can be daunting to teach your child how to brush their teeth, but here are some ways you can make it more enjoyable and successful. Set an Example Like with most things, your children will follow your lead, so it’s important to set a good example for them. Brush your teeth in front of […]
You never want to rush your child to grow up, but it’s important to start taking them to the dentist early. At Sunshine Pediatric, we’re dedicated to helping your child achieve a solid foundation for a lifetime of good oral health. When Should Your Child Start Visiting The Dentist? You should be taking your child […]
It’s important to start protecting your child’s teeth as soon as possible. Dental sealants are a great way to give your child the best defense against bacteria and plaque. What Are Dental Sealants? Dental sealants are thin, plastic coatings placed on the chewing surface of back teeth to protect the teeth from bacteria and acids […]
Your family dentist may say that they see kids of all ages, but that doesn’t mean that they’re a pediatric dentist. A pediatric dentist actually goes through more specialized training than a general dentist in order to meet kids’ unique needs in the dental chair. Initial Training In the beginning, a pediatric dentist’s schooling is […]