Studies have shown that children in the U.S. miss about 51 million school hours each year due to dental disease. That’s why it’s so important to bring your kids in for a dental checkup before the school year starts, and it’s also why many school districts require dental checkups for students.
Families often become immersed in summertime activities and vacations and forget to schedule their dental appointments until the last minute. Scheduling an appointment early helps you beat the late-summer rush and also helps prevent any small problems from developing into larger ones.
A good way to keep your children from becoming grouchy during their dental visit is to make sure they’re not hungry when they arrive. Even a little snack, followed by a pre-visit tooth brushing, can help keep kids in a good mood. Also, don’t schedule appointments during your kids’ regular nap times, since this can make them even more grumpy about their visit.
If you haven’t already done so, now is a great time to schedule your back-to-school dental appointments with Michael R. Errico DDS, FAGD, FICOI, PC & Associates. Dr. Errico and his professional staff have extensive experience handling the dental needs of children of all ages, and they will be happy to take care of all your dental needs.
We know that oral care is a foundation for good overall health. We proudly serve students from many Illinois School District such as Township High School District 211 , Community Consolidated School District 15, School District 54 School District 25,School District 21, School District 57, and many more school district.
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Our Rolling Meadows dental office is located at 3315 Algonquin Rd., Suite 105. Feel free to stop in for a visit or for more information. Dr. Errico welcomes patients from all over the northwest Chicago suburbs, including Schaumburg, Palatine, Arlington Heights, Hoffman Estates, Wheeling, and Elk Grove Village.