Cary, IL, October 28, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Dr. Paul Palliser, a dentist in Cary and Dr. Ronald Durante, a veterinary doctor in Algonquin, teamed up to teach the children from the Cary Early Learning Center in Cary about human and animal teeth oral care.
To help our children protect their teeth and gums and greatly reduce their risk of getting cavities, these two doctors had a fun afternoon with the kids. While the education was to teach them to follow simple steps: Eat a well-balanced diet that limits starchy or sugary foods, the team provided an entertaining show with ample education.
They covered the "why’s" in how teeth produces plaque acids that cause tooth decay from the food we eat, by showing real x-rays and using a team of fun stuffed animals. The children were very thankful and engaged during their entire visit. They are thankful to have the opportunity to teach the community the value of proper oral care, and how it can affect many aspect of our body and mind.
For additional information on teaching children the proper oral care, contact Dr. Palliser or visit http://www.paulpalliserdds.com.
About Paul A. Palliser Dental - Dr. Paul A. Palliser is a resident of Cary & Trout Valley and has been practicing dentistry in the Cary community since 1990. Highly educated and well trained, graduating in 1988 from Loyola University Dental School & he continues to receive further education through FDI & ADA Internationally.
As a general dentist in Cary, IL, Dr. Palliser focuses on cosmetic dentistry, dental implants, restorations and teeth whitening among many other services.