Parent Education

girl high fives dentist

How a Pediatric Dentist Handles Restless Kids

Going to see a dentist can be a nerve-wracking experience for anyone and everyone. That’s why seeing a restless child in the dentist’s chair can be disheartening, but completely normal. Dental anxiety is an uncomfortable thing, but it’s something that can be overcome. Getting your child to the dentist when they’re dealing with anxiety is

read more
Special needs boy at dentist

Dental Care for Kids with Special Needs

All kids are special, but some have different needs than others when it comes to handling social interactions. There are also children with physical differences, such as developmental delays in fine motor skills, who may need a bit more help with oral hygiene than others. Timpanogos Pediatric Dentistry has some tips for taking a special

read more
teen girl smiling

Does Your Teen Still Have Baby Teeth?

When parents visit Timpanogos Pediatric Dentistry, they’ll undoubtedly have questions about the “timeline” surrounding their child’s baby (primary) teeth. When should they fall out? Why are they not? What’s normal? As with any child learning how to stand, walk, talk, or read, there are milestones we expect our children to meet at a certain age.

read more
Smiling face made of toothpaste, tube, and brush

Oral Ailments and Their Symptoms

For those who take pride in their oral hygiene and visit the dentist at least once a year, knowing that something is wrong with your teeth or mouth might be easier to discover, even if it’s harder to accept. Uncommon pain in the teeth and gums, as well as soreness in the jaw, can be

read more

25 North 1100 East

American Fork, UT 84003

(801) 207-9080

Hablamos Español

Opening Hours

Mon - Thurs: 8:00 - 5:00

Click here

to book an appointment
Translate »