As a parent or caregiver of kids under the age of 5, you have a major responsibility to help them learn healthy habits that protect their overall wellbeing. Over the years, food and beverage trends have come and gone, and you may be wondering exactly what you are supposed to be giving your child to quench their thirst. While juice boxes and flavored kinds of milk might be advertised all over parenting websites and magazines, the truth is that you need to be cautious about what your child puts into their mouth. In this post, we’re going to show you how to satisfy your angel’s thirst. Let’s dive right in.
Dr Engel holds a speciality license in pediatric dentistry from New Jersey and New York. He also has attained sedation certification, which allows for in-office oral sedation options, and he’s on staff at Hackensack University Medical Center. As an attending pediatric dentist at HUMC, Dr Engel retains operating room privileges, allowing for an array of treatment modalities and anaesthesia options.