Expert Source on Children's Dental Health Available
(Scottsdale, AZ; Wednesday, August 6, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. MDT)
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., July 16 /PRNewswire/ --
Dr. Lee Weinstein, a leading Arizona pediatric dentist (http://www.littlewhitetooth.com/) in Scottsdale, and his practice, Dental Associates for Kids Only (DAFKO) (http://www.littlewhitetooth.com/), will be offering a THIRD Free Children's Dental Day on Wednesday, August 6, from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. MDT.
Dr. Weinstein's first two Children's Dental Days last April and February resulted in his practice providing comprehensive exams, cleanings, fluoride treatments and necessary x-rays to over 100 kids. He and his staff have donated approximately $16,000 worth of services between the two events and received rave reviews from parents, patients and pediatricians.
For the Third Free Children's Dental Day, the first 30 patients who call and schedule appointments will receive comprehensive exams, cleanings, fluoride treatments and necessary x-rays free of charge. Dr. Weinstein will also discuss homecare, nutrition and diet counseling with patients and their parents.
12020 East Shea Blvd., Suite 8, Scottsdale, AZ 85259 Phone:
480-767-5600. Map, office tour, etc.: http://www.littlewhitetooth.com.
Parents should call to schedule an appointment ASAP: 480-767-5600.
In addition to having the Southwest's largest toothpaste collection of more than 250 tubes from every corner of the globe, Dr. Weinstein's travel-themed office entertains, distracts and engages kids of all ages with 100 hotel room keys, postcards from around the world, clocks showing various time zones, world maps, old suitcases, video games, movies and prizes. Early childhood tooth decay (caries) is the single most common chronic childhood disease -- 20 times more common than diabetes. According to the CDC, caries among preschoolers is on the rise.
ADDITIONAL STORY IDEAS:
Most kids are afraid of the dentist and other doctors because of bad
early experiences. To help his patients, Dr. Weinstein also educates their
1) Giving them five strategies to help their kids overcome fear of
dentists and doctors
2) Recommending five key things to look for when selecting a healthcare
professional for their kids
3) Explaining the differences between a general dentist and pediatric
4) Offering six tips for caring for their kids' teeth at home
Jason Sherman, SHERMAN communications & marketing, inc.
|SOURCE Dr. Lee Weinstein|
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