Who let the dogs out?

The crew at Shoreline Pediatric Dentistry hopes that everybody has a “dog-gone” great Halloween! Have fun and stay safe. #shorelinepediatricdentistry #smileon


More Effective Nursing After Lip and Tongue Tie Release

This is our buddy Wyatt. He came to us two weeks ago because he was having difficulty nursing due to a lip and tongue tie. After a simple procedure using a soft tissue laser we released both ties to allow more effective feeding. Today he is proud to report that he is now nursing like a champ and has already gained a pound since we last saw him. Good work Wyatt, and thank you for allowing us to share your story.


Improved Feeding After Lip and Tongue Release

This is our little buddy Rhett. He was having difficulty feeding because of a significant lip and tongue tie. This led to trouble gaining weight and some reflux issues. He came in today to show us that after his release procedure he has gained a whole pound in two weeks! Good work Rhett. Thank you for letting us share your story.


Nebbie Williams Elementary School

Thank you Nurse Jen and all the kindergarteners and first graders at Nebbie Williams Elementary School for hanging out with the Shoreline Pediatric Dentistry Crew this morning. We had fun brushing sugar bugs off of our volunteers and learning the importance of oral health.


National Children’s Dental Health Month

February is National Children’s Dental Health month and the Shoreline Pediatric Dentistry crew has been busy sharing the importance of oral health. Last Friday Dr. Field and the Tooth Fairy visited Pullen Elementary School and At the Barnyard Gate Private school. Check out the pictures below!


Healthy Teeth For The New Year

Our little buddy Solomon wanted to make sure his teeth were shiny and healthy for the new year. He also brought his pet fish to hang out with the Shoreline Pediatric Dentistry crew this morning. Thanks for swimming by Solomon!