If you’ve ever asked yourself any of the questions below, then you’re in the right place.
How can I prevent major dental problems for my family?
What do I do if my child has a cavity in a baby tooth that will just fall out sometime anyway?
When is the best time to check if my child’s wisdom teeth ought to be removed?
What do I do if my child has a toothache, but I can’t see anything causing it?
I see a cavity in my child’s tooth. Why isn’t my child telling me it hurts?
What to Expect
PROVEN IDEAS to help you make the wisest decision regarding your family’s dental health. Take them with you to your child’s dentist or orthodontist and know how to collaborate.
Your child’s dental health does not allow do-overs, so you’ve got to get it right the first time, but …
How do you find time to learn all you need to know to protect your family’s pearly whites?
By subscribing to our special report, Top 5 Dental Nightmares You Can Prevent Before Your Child Turns 12. It includes weekly updates that just might save you in a pinch.
Who is Dr. Paul and How Can He Help My Family?
Dr. Paul Schreiter is an American dentist that graduated from the University of Adelaide (South Australia) at the top of his class. He also won a national award for a research summary paper about how best to treat knocked out teeth.
He was born curious and wanted to know REASONS we do what we do. That’s why he set out on a lifelong quest to understand why dentistry has been done the way it’s been done. Sometimes he found the traditional forms of dental treatment NOT to be the best options.
He’s a Learnaholic that has collected IDEAS from all over the world of dentistry and brings them to you. He loves to teach these ideas almost as much as he loves his wife, Karen (see home page if you missed meeting her)
He found that when patients understood WHY, they could and would make better choices in treatment options.
He makes sure the dental ideas work well while minimizing potential risk to your family. Then he makes sure they give the most beautiful results that last as long as possible.