Our office was designed with your child in mind, from the fun murals on the walls to the kid friendly words our staff uses when speaking. We continuously take extra steps to help build confidence in your children by making them feel comfortable in our educational environment.
There are several ways to help your child build confidence and increase their self-esteem. One of these ways is by getting involved with your local animal shelter, such as Operation Kindness. According to Operation Kindness, research studies have show that dogs and cats have positive effects on people. Adopting a dog or cat could make a profound impact on a child’s life. Children that are raised with pets exhibit more self-confidence and higher self-esteem.
So let’s continue to work together to get your children on the right path to a lifetime of optimal oral health. We’re here to help your children find their smile! So, now for the big question, are you a cat person or a dog person?
Infographic courtesy of PetSupplies.
Editor’s Note: Operation Kindness is dedicated to care for homeless cats and dogs in a no-kill environment until each is adopted into responsible homes and to advocate human value and behavior. Operation Kindness’ commentary is not intended to replace medical advice. Follow Operation Kindness on Facebook.
Reviewed By Dr. Reena Kuba, DDS, MS, Board Certified, American Board of Pediatric Dentistry