As a parent and dentist, I know how important healthy teeth development is in young children. My Baby’s Teeth and Teething Chart help parents focus on this development in between appointments.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) March 31, 2014
Atlanta-based Pediatric Dentist today announced the launch of My Baby’s Teeth and Teething Chart in the Apple and Android App stores. The apps will help parents understand their baby’s teething progress and teach them more about the developing mouth of their children.
Founder and creator of these apps, Dr. Vishant Nath owns five pediatric dental offices in the Atlanta, GA suburbs. As a father of three, he wanted to create an app that parents can use prior to, and in-between dental appointments to learn about the development of their children’s teeth. They are a first in these type of interactive dental care apps.
The one-of-a-kind apps allow parents to input their child’s age and see, on average, what teeth should be coming in and receive age-related teething tips and information. Next up, Nath says the apps will allow parents to look up pediatric dentists and read/provide reviews. This third party review will enable parents to select a dentist based on accurate reviews and not marketing or promotion from a dental office.
“As a parent and dentist, I know how important healthy teeth development is in young children. My Baby’s Teeth and Teething Chart help parents focus on this development in between appointments,” says Dr. Vishant Nath, My Baby’s Teeth and Teething Chart Creator. “These apps are an extension of my desire to build awareness about healthy teeth and good dental hygiene. I created the apps to share my expertise with parents everywhere, not just the patients I see on a regular basis in my practices.”
My Baby’s Teeth and Teething Chart are free and can be found in the App Store on iPhones or Android devices.
For more information about the apps and to receive regular updates, like the Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/My-Babys-Teeth/681089295259091.
Note: these apps should not take the place of regular dental visits and healthcare for children. They are intended to serve as a supplemental tool for parents.