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Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics in Fayetteville and Bentonville

Keeping Kids Safe Online with their New Devices

January 8, 2020

Keeping Kids Safe Online with their New Devices With Christmas over and new gifts to play with, some children are now surfing the web with new phones, computers, and tablets. And while the internet can be a great resource for entertainment and education, there’s some safety risks that come along with using it, particularly for…
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Annual Build-A-Bear Giveaway

December 11, 2019

Win a Build a Bear

Come Enter The Annual Build-A-Bear Giveaway It’s time once again for the annual Build-A-Bear giveaway!  When patients come into a Pediatric Dental Associates and Orthodontics office, they’ll be able to see all the available bears behind the counter. Some will be in the Fayetteville office and some in the Bentonville office.  Depending on which office…
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With 2020 Approaching, Remember to Check Insurance Benefits

December 5, 2019

With 2020 Approaching, Remember to Check Insurance Benefits  For those who have a health insurance plan, many will also have a separate dental insurance plan that comes with specific benefits.  Most dental insurance plans will renew benefits as of January 1. So whatever you have unused as of December 31, you technically lose.  If you…
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World Kindness Day

November 14, 2019

World Kindness Day

World Kindness Day The purpose of World Kindness Day is to highlight good deeds in the community, focusing on the positive power and the common thread of kindness that binds us. There is also a movement I am seeing online that says to wear a cardigan tomorrow in honor of Mr. Rogers, as well.  We will be out and…
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Learning More During National Adoption Month

November 11, 2019

Father and Daught

Learning More During National Adoption Month November is National Adoption Month, and the entire adoption process can be a confusing one for those unfamiliar with it. That makes this a great time to learn more about how the system works and how to support those families involved. Being a complicated system, the adoption process can…
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Keeping the Smile through Retainer Maintenance

November 4, 2019

Girl Smiling

Keeping the Smile Through Retainer Maintenance Braces are typically worn for 18 to 24 months, but when they come off, the focus shifts to retaining gains in one’s smile that came from the braces. The good news is the smile gained from braces can stay intact throughout a lifetime with proper use of a retainer….
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3rd Annual Hunt for the Golden Pumpkin

October 22, 2019

Golden Pumpkin

We are proud to announce our hunt for the golden pumpkins is here! This is an annual contest where we hide golden (spray painted) pumpkins in the north-west Arkansas area. Currently, there are about 40 to 50 pumpkins hidden out there, but only 4 are golden. The rest of the pumpkins are painted a variety…
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What to Expect on the Day You Get Your Appliances Placed

October 18, 2019

Smiling Girl

The month of October is the Orthodontic Health Month and we have one of our assistants, Lorena to talk about orthodontic appliances and the sets of appliances we use – which can be braces, rapid palatal expanders, a Herbst supply or any other permanent appliance that is placed in your mouth for the duration of…
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Introduction to National Orthodontic Health Month

October 9, 2019

National Orthodontic Month

Introduction to National Orthodontic Health Month The month of October is dedicated as the National Orthodontic Health Month and therefore, we have Dr. Jason to talk about orthodontics, why Dr. Jason became an orthodontist and what his beliefs are. You will also learn about what happens when you get braces, how to take care of…
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How to Protect Your Child’s Mouth From Injuries During Sports

October 2, 2019

Mouthguards

It is estimated that 20 to 25 million youths participate in competitive sports, and as a result of this growth in participation levels, incidence of injury has also increased. According to the American Dental Association, ff those injuries, 10-20% are facial or dental injuries. Moreover, the National Youth Sports Foundation for Safety contends that an…
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Our Doctors

Pediatric Dentists

Tonya R. Triplett, DDS
Jerry L. Sanders, DDS
William P. Tompkins, DDS
Karen A. Green, DDS
Garrett W. Sanders, DDS
Matthew S. Killingsworth, DMD

General Dentists

Courtney S. Smith, DDS
Leah S. Jennings, DMD
Valerie Q. Rockacy, DMD

Orthodontist

Jason M. Landers, DDS, MS