Dental caries are a significant health problem for children. We apply fluoride to baby’s teeth every 3-6 months after teeth appear.
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Need advice from a nurse? Our highly trained nursing staff is available to answer your questions and concerns 24 hours a day.
We are excited to have partnered with Kids in Parks starting in the Summer of 2017. Kids in Parks is an exciting organization that has created a network of trails throughout the area with self-guided brochures that teach kids about nature while being outside.
Here are some helpful handouts on the dosing of the most common over the counter medications that we recommend. Please remember that if your child is less than 2 months old and has a fever >100.4, please call our office prior to giving any medications.
In an ongoing effort to improve the care we give our patients and their families, Cary Pediatrics is engaged in a number of projects to look at our practice. Some of these involve our clinical decision making and following clinical guidelines, and some with patient satisfaction.
Cary Pediatric Center is proud to announce that in June 2016 it was recognized by the NCQA Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) 2011 Program. What does this mean, and what does it mean for you as our patient?
First, and most importantly, we recommend that all children 6 months and older receive the flu vaccine. This is the best and most effective way to prevent your children from getting the flu. If you haven’t already, please call one of our offices to schedule a nurse visit to receive the flu vaccine. Bear with us as our supplies of the flu vaccine are changing daily.