Real Mom's Dental Pocket Guide

My goal is to help busy mom's prevent dental disasters in their kids.
Every mistake can cost your child a lifetime of needless suffering.
We deliver info you often won't hear from your dentist or mom.

In case of dental emergency

"Dr. Paul guided me through all of the potential dental landmines with my four kids. He explained options, pros, and cons better than I've ever heard before or since. I  always felt confident I was making the best long-term choices for my children."

~  Debbie - Mother of 4  ~

Learn About Our Community

Our community is designed to guide you through your child's growing years. Their dental needs will constantly change. Make sure you know all the factors to discuss with your child's dentist or specialist.

Read The Pocket Guides

The Real Mom's Dental Pocket Guide series  is written with busy moms in mind. Quickly understand little-known dental information to help your child avoid bad dental experiences. Know before you go.

Share Your Story

Tell us about your child's dental experience. It doesn't matter whether it's good, bad, or ugly. We'll keep you and your child anonymous as we help everyone learn from the great example or dire warning. C'mon and share.

Check out the latest posts

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Would You Rather Your Child Have A Very Large Lower Jaw Or Normal Sized Jaw?
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Would You Rather Your Young Child Have A Baby Tooth Root Canal Or Baby Tooth Pulled?
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About the Author - Dr Paul

In my teen years I wanted to be a great teacher, someone who made a difference. When I became a dentist I found that if patients understood the "why" about different options, they could make better choices. I knew that if I could teach moms, I could help an entire new generation of kids avoid dental nightmares caused by short-sighted dentistry. I am a terminal learnaholic constantly looking for better ways to help you help your children..

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