Blog | Posts on Pediatric Dentistry in Prosper, TX

At WindHaven Pediatric Dentistry, we strive each day to make sure our patients are comfortable and well-informed.

Is it Necessary to Fill Cavities in My Child's Baby Teeth?

Dr. Karrie Lee | 01/28/2023

It is almost always necessary to treat cavities with a filling, even in baby teeth. This is due to the nature of the infection.

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What Does Special Needs Dentistry Consist of?

Dr. Karrie Lee | 12/31/2022

Special needs dentistry consists of multiple accommodations to ensure that each patient is as comfortable as possible.

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What Type of Procedures Do Pediatric Dentists Provide?

Dr. Karrie Lee | 11/30/2022

Pediatric dentists like Dr. Karrie Lee can perform a variety of dental procedures for your child, including fluoride treatments and dental sealants.

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Here are the Benefits of Visiting a Pediatric Dentist

Dr. Karrie Lee | 10/30/2022

Learn the benefits of having a pediatric dentist to meet your child’s dental needs.

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When is a Good Time for My Child to Get Dental Sealants?

Dr. Karrie Lee | 09/10/2022

The ideal time for dental sealants for your child is right after they get their first molars. Keep reading to learn more.

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Three Ways to Prevent Tooth Decay in Toddlers

Dr. Karrie Lee | 08/20/2022

Three Ways to Prevent Tooth Decay in Toddlers

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How Early Can Kids Begin Wearing Athletic Mouthguards?

Dr. Karrie Lee | 07/17/2022

An athletic mouthguard can protect your child's teeth and gums. Learn about these special appliances with help from a pediatric dentist in Aubrey, TX.

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FAQ : What are Dental Sealants?

Dental Team | 07/15/2022

Dr. Karrie Lee explains why Dental Sealants are recommended for the prevention of cavities.

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FAQ : Pediatric Dentist Training

Dr. Karrie Lee | 07/01/2022

What is the difference between a General Dentist and a Pediatric Dentist? Watch the short video to find out what our training entails!

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Brushing 101: Helping Toddler Brush

Dr. Karrie Lee | 06/24/2022

This helpful technique is great for kids age 2.5-6!

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What Causes White Spots on a Child’s Tooth?

Dr. Karrie Lee | 06/18/2022

A child’s tooth can develop white spots from excess fluoride or an unhealthy diet, although genetic factors could also play a part.

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Brushing 101: Helping Baby Brush

Dr. Karrie Lee | 06/10/2022

Brushing your baby's teeth can be challenging! Dr. Lee shares her personal experience as a mom and pediatric dentist to make brushing easier!

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How Can Early Tooth Decay be Prevented or Reduced?

Dr. Karrie Lee | 05/27/2022

There are multiple steps you can take to prevent and reduce the likelihood of tooth decay in children. Learn several pediatric denistry options here.

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Should Cavities on Baby Teeth be Fixed?

Dr. Karrie Lee | 04/25/2022

When it comes to cavities and baby teeth, treatment can be difficult to determine. Dr. Karrie Lee can give your child the best possible treatment.

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Five Tips to Help Strengthen Your Child’s Teeth

Dr. Karrie Lee | 03/25/2022

You can protect your child’s teeth by planning a healthy diet and scheduling regular pediatric dental exams.

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How Often Should Children See A Pediatric Dentist?

Dr. Karrie Lee | 02/18/2022

Your children should start seeing a pediatric dentist in Aubrey, TX twice a year after their first tooth erupts. Keep reading to learn more.

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Is Dental Sedation Safe For My Child?

Dr. Karrie Lee | 01/18/2022

Sedative treatment is safe for children and can help relieve anxieties caused by dental procedures.

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How to Maintain Your Child's Oral Health

Dr. Karrie Lee | 12/14/2021

Want to make sure your child's teeth and gums are free from cavities and decay? Our pediatric dentist in Aubrey, TX offers tips for parents here.

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Are Dental Fillings Safe For Kids Under Five Years?

Dr. Karrie Lee | 11/23/2021

Are fillings in baby teeth really necessary, and is it safe to fill cavities for a toddler? Learn more about pediatric dental fillings here.

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How Often Should Children Receive Dental Cleanings?

Dr. Karrie Lee | 10/22/2021

It's recommended that children receive a professional dental cleaning every six months to monitor their dental health and progress.

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