The new mascot for Sheer Smiles Pediatric
Curious Tooth is a white tooth with his trusty magnifying glass. In other words, he is Dr. Shir’s trusted friend and he helps answer any questions you might have. In addition, he is always very happy and perky and makes it his goal to make everyone around smarter about teeth and happier about life. Above all, he is bouncy and playful love to cheer someone up!
GAMES AND PUZZLES COMING SOON!
Curious Tooth will be putting games and puzzles here for you to download. In addition, he invites children to grow as they explore exciting places, with sharing, caring, imagining, dancing and learning, as he lends a helping hand for growing Sheer Smiles Kids. He encourages positive values and good manners for growing Sheer Smiles Kids.
No Dental Insurance???
Our plan is designed to provide greater access to quality dental care at an affordable price.
Deductibles. Whats that?
Claim forms. Nope!
Frequency limits? None!
No pre-authorization requirements.
Pre-existing condition limitations. None!
No one will be denied coverage.
No waiting periods (immediate eligibility).
For more details about what the plan includes, visit our Sheer Smiles VIP page
Sheer Smiles participates with most PPO insurance plans. Medicaid and CHIP accepted.
Same Day Pediatric Emergency Appointments!
Sudden dental injuries or severe pain can be frightening. In these emergency situations, we will be there to help your child, 24/7/365!
What Our Kids Parents Think About Us!
Dr. Shir will provide the best Pediatric Dentistry services for your child!
What diet and nutritional advice can be offered for building strong teeth?
Experts agree that children need food from all the major food groups to grow properly and stay healthy. Too many carbohydrates, sugars (for example, from cake, cookies, candies, milk, fruit juice, and other sugary foods and beverages), and savory foods and starches (for example, pretzels and potato chips) can cause tooth decay. How long carbohydrates remain on the teeth is the main culprit that leads to tooth decay. Read more
The effects of fruit on kids teeth
We all know that fruit is full of vitamins and an important part of kids diets. But did you know that too much fruit (whether it's fresh fruit, fruit juices, dried fruit or canned fruit) can have a negative effect and contribute to problems such as cavities and erosion, especially if your kids are grazing on fruit all day? Read more
Are sports drinks okay for kids?
Statistics continue to show an alarming increase in the consumption of sports and energy drinks, especially among kids. Along with having the potential to cause various health problems, these beverages can cause irreversible damage to teeth. And sugar is only part of the reason — high acidity levels in these drinks erode enamel, the outer layer of teeth. Read more