Tall Mom and Tall Dad return for episode 15 of ParentCast to talk all about dental health for babies and toddlers with Dr. Mary Jane Miranda of SouthCoast Smiles and Perfect Smiles.
Dr. Miranda was very light hearted, warm, and funny during this interview. She also gave a lot of great pertinent information on when, and how, to start caring for your new child’s teeth! Tall Dad and I quickly realized that we are pretty much doing everything wrong. In this episode you’ll learn why Rhys is a huge fan of salad bars at the supermarket and when you should start bringing your baby to the dentist & how to best care for their teeth as they get older. You’ll also learn about the one thing Blake hates more than dentists and why Mary has made one small step for mankind Neil Armstrong style.
Tall Dad and I really have no idea what to do about Rhys’ teeth. And as they started coming in, we realized that we needed to learn about how to care for them. Thus, the idea behind this episode. It’s for parents who have no idea what they are doing, and will receive a baseline knowledge on what to do, and where to begin as it relates to their baby’s dental health. Luckily Dr. Miranda was super patient, and very willing to walk us along her practice. Have no idea what to do with your kid’s teeth? Check it out here!
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