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Tooth Fair

Dr. Waschak’s Tooth Fair

We had the most fun at our Tooth Fair and we hope you did too! Thank you for coming out and spending a beautiful day with Dr. Waschak and our

Dr. Waschak’s Tooth Fair

Summer kick off!We want to say Thank You to our wonderful patients and community!Join us for a fun afternoon filled with live music by DJ Gemineye, delicious food, games, Bugs-R-Us

The Truth About Fluoride

Yes, we’re going there… The grueling drama that surrounds the topic of Fluoride treatment.  Who needs to keep up with the Kardashians when we can debate the ingredients of community water

Orthodontic Treatment – The Benefits

Braces have had the reputation of primarily being an aesthetic procedure.  However, with modern advances and studies, Orthodontics have shown to provide many health benefits beyond a beautiful smile.  In fact, avoiding

Why Dental Exams are Essential

Regular dental exams are essential for children as they are a crucial part of preventive health care. However, the common thought that runs through a parent’s mind is,  “why does it

Behavior Guidance in Pediatric Dentistry

Taking our children to the dentist can be one of two things and sometimes both.  In rare, perfect moments our children will receive several kudos about how adorable and smart they

New Years Resolutions – For Kids

We’re already in the second week of a brand new year!  Welcome to 2019! Most of us are are gearing up to start on our New Year’s resolution goals.  More

Creating the local BUZZ

 As a dental practice it is our primary goal to educate your children on proper brushing techniques and healthy habits to maintain a beautiful smile.  The next step in their

4 Easy Steps to Avoid The Coffee Stains!

Has the “fall back” got you pouring that extra cup of energy on the go? While we may be seeking the fountain of energy through caffeine, don’t forget that one

How to Enjoy Halloween & Protect Your Dental Health

  Halloween is supposed to be all about fun, and cavities are anything but. Happily, protecting your kids’ dental health doesn’t require that you confiscate their candy or steer them