Dr. Crystal Walker – Dr. Mariah Frazier – Dr. Rebecca Parr
6943 West 37th Street North ● Wichita, KS 67205
New Patients: 316-747-4144
Current Patients: 316-613-2077
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The Truth About Kids and Cavities

added on: December 20, 2018
young girl brushing teeth

Cavities are one of the most common dental concerns we hear about at our pediatric dental office in Wichita. While worries about cavities are valid, since they can lead to pain, sensitivity, and more serious oral health conditions, there are many beliefs about cavities that just aren’t true. Join us… Read More…


GERD & Dental Problems

added on: November 8, 2018
smiling young girl in autumn

Gastroesophageal reflux disease, also known as its more common and easier to pronounce acronym GERD, is an uncomfortable problem associated with digestion. But while the issue originates in the gut it can have a negative on oral health, especially in kids. If your child suffers from GERD, our Wichita pediatric… Read More…


What’s Worse for Teeth Than Candy?

added on: October 10, 2018
candy apples

Another candy-packed holiday is right around the corner, and our pediatric dental office in Wichita is busy getting into the spirit of Halloween. From pumpkins and fall colors, to costumes and hayrides, there’s a lot to be excited about this time of year. But as we all know, candy is… Read More…


The Importance of Sports Mouthguards

added on: September 21, 2018
boy with sports mouthguard

As the fall sports season gets underway, it’s a fitting time to talk about the importance of sports mouthguards. An estimated one-third of all dental injuries are sports-related. Our pediatric dental office in Wichita wants the parents of our patients to know that most of these injuries can be prevented… Read More…


3 Reasons Your Child Should See the Dentist Before School Starts

added on: August 28, 2018
boy goes back to school

At our pediatric dental office in Wichita, we believe preventive dentistry is the best way to protect kids’ growing smiles. That’s one reason why we always recommend that they come see us at least every six months — plus, we just love when they visit!  It’s also a smart idea… Read More…


National Cleft & Craniofacial Awareness and Prevention Month

added on: July 16, 2018
adorable baby with bonnet

Every July, healthcare professionals across the nation join together to promote awareness of and educate the population on birth defects of the head and face. Some of these birth defects include those around the mouth such as cleft lip and cleft palate. The team at our pediatric dental office in… Read More…


Can the Chlorine in Pool Water Affect Your Child’s Smile?

added on: June 25, 2018
girls swimming in pool

It’s summertime, and that probably means you and your family are spending more time outside playing and even cooling off in the pool. At our pediatric dental office in Wichita, we know just how fun taking dip in a cool swimming pool can be, not to mention it’s great exercise… Read More…


All About Fluoride

added on: May 21, 2018
beautiful young girl in spring field

Fluoride has been used in the prevention of tooth decay and cavities since it was first introduced into public water supplies in 1945. But there are some research studies that suggest that fluoride isn’t safe for kids. At our pediatric dental office in Wichita, we’d like to help debunk that… Read More…


Could Allergies Affect Your Kid’s Dental Health?

added on: May 11, 2018
girl with allergies

If your child gets a stuffy nose when the pollen count is high, every time he’s around a cat, or has an even worse reaction to certain foods, it’s likely he’s suffering from an allergic reaction. The typical symptoms of allergies include itchy eyes, a stuffed up nose, or difficulty… Read More…


April is National Facial Protection Month

added on: April 17, 2018
girls playing field hockey

As the weather gets warmer and kids are spending more time outside, perhaps participating in some fun spring sports, we’re happy to see them out of the house doing something active. But it’s not all fun and games when their little smiles and angelic faces are at risk for injuries…. Read More…


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