Kids Choice and All About Kids Dental offices are only providing emergency dental services during the “Stay at Home” order. We are all working to reduce the spread of the novel Coronavirus.

If you or your child are experiencing dental pain, discomfort, or swelling please feel free to call our Aurora office at 303-341-5437. We would like to speak with you concerning the issue you are facing. We are seeing patients for emergencies only. Once we have spoken we can schedule you to come in and be seen if we cannot resolve the problem over the phone.

We would like to thank you for your understanding during this very stressful time. Hopefully very soon we will be able to see your whole family for regular appointments. Please feel free to schedule into the future for your regular cleanings and services. If necessary we can always move your appointment further out.

On behalf of the Kids Choice and All About Kids staff we would like to wish you well and hope that you stay safe.

Author: Kids Choice Dental

Dental Sedation for Kids: What Parents Should Know

Children require many of the same dental procedures as adults, from routine examinations and cleanings to fillings and oral surgery. Many pediatric dentists administer some degree of sedation, which can greatly facilitate the procedure while giving young patients an easier, less stressful dental experience.

You may feel understandably apprehensive about your kids receiving dental sedation, even if you commonly receive sedation during your own dental appointments. The more you understand about pediatric dental sedation, the more easily you can approach the subject calmly and positively. Here are some key facts to consider if your child needs some degree of sedation during dentistry.

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Avoid These Kids Drinks if You Want Your Kids to Have Strong Teeth

Children’s dental health is a big commitment of ours, and one of the biggest ways to ensure your child’s teeth are healthy is to check what they’re putting in their mouths. Over the course of a day a child will eat all kinds of things, but just as important are the things that they drink. We’ll look at some of the drinks that you will want to avoid if you want your children to grow up with strong, healthy teeth.

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