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Children’s Dental Health: A Guide to Early Care from Your Madison, IN Family Dentist
added on: March 5, 2024

At My Rivertown Dentist, Dr. Ashley Lee understands kids and their oral health needs. She’s a mom too, with a family of four boys who have had their own share of dental dilemmas. As a parent like you, she wants what’s best for children, starting with their dental health. This… Read More…


At What Age Can My Child Start Clear Aligner Therapy in Madison?
added on: January 15, 2024

As parents, we always strive to ensure the best possible health and well-being for our children. When it comes to their dental health, many of us wonder what age is best to start wearing clear aligners to combat orthodontic issues? At My Rivertown Dentist in Madison, this is a question… Read More…


Understanding the Link Between Bedwetting and Sleep in Children
added on: January 12, 2024

Parenthood is a journey filled with joys and challenges, and one common challenge many parents face when raising a family is bedwetting. What does a Madison dentist like Dr. Ashley Lee know about wetting the bed? As it turns out, this distressing concern (for both kids and parents alike) these… Read More…


Balancing Oral Health and Wellness for Kids
added on: November 15, 2023

Parents have the responsibility to teach their children correct oral hygiene practices and to ensure that their dental health is in harmony with their whole body health. Children suffering from painful gums, uncomfortable bites, and cavities are unable to be 100% healthy. Kids can suffer from “adult” dental issues such… Read More…


The ABCs of Children’s Dentistry: A Guide for Parents
added on: November 4, 2023

At My Rivertown Dentist, we see patients as early as their first year. This generally coincides with the eruption of their first tooth, which is an important milestone in a child’s oral health journey. Your children are invited and encouraged to tag along with you and their siblings, even if… Read More…


Do Kids Inherit Oral Health from Their Parents?
added on: January 2, 2023
My Rivertown Dentist in Madison

At My Rivertown Dentist, we love to get to the bottom line to help you clearly understand your family’s oral health needs without headaches or hassles. When we get the question about the possibility of passing along your oral health issues to your kids, we put it like this: There… Read More…


Why We Love Myofunctional Therapy and ‘Inspire at Rivertown’
added on: February 8, 2022
smiling young girl leaning on table

Have you ever heard of Myofunctional Therapy? We’re willing to guess most people don’t know what it is, why it’s so beneficial, and what in the world it’s even used for — especially at My Rivertown Dentist. Simply put: It’s a natural practice that works with your muscles located in… Read More…


Learn More About How a DNA Appliance Works from My Rivertown Dentist
added on: January 31, 2022
father brushing teeth with daughter

At My Rivertown Dentist, we are dedicated to providing you with dependable dentistry. Still, we also take things one step further in caring for our patient’s oral and overall health. We focus on children and facilitating proper growth and airway development while they are still young to help them be… Read More…


Gift Your Child the Gift of Better Breathing (And Sleeping) in 2022
added on: January 13, 2022
smiling toddler

Well, we did it! We made it to 2022, and we couldn’t have done it without amazing patients like you. One of our primary goals at our Madison dental office this year is to help more children and their families live healthier lives, and it starts with a visit to… Read More…


Sleep Apnea in Children and My Rivertown Dentist
added on: December 3, 2021
child going to sleep

Like so many of you, Dr. Ashley Lee of My Rivertown Dentist is a mother too! She’s also had her own personal struggles with her child’s sleep apnea or sleep-related breathing disorder (SRBD). What happened to her happens to so many patients and parents out there — their little one’s… Read More…


Healthy, Happy Halloween Tips and Treats from My Rivertown Dentist
added on: October 20, 2021
Halloween snacks

There’s so much that our patients (and us) love about October. The fall sweater weather. The pumpkin spice everything. The arrival of Halloween. (It’s the only time of year when you’re allowed to dress up as your favorite superhero or cartoon character, and no one will bat an eyelash. YES!)… Read More…


How My Rivertown Dentist Can Dramatically Improve Your Child’s Life and Wellbeing
added on: October 6, 2021
super kid

Are you a parent of a child who struggles with emotional problems or has difficulty in school? Maybe they have trouble sleeping? Do they snore? It’s easy for childhood conditions to get misdiagnosed or go undiagnosed and untreated when these symptoms are present. Just ask the talented team (and fellow… Read More…


Back to School With Your Rivertown Dentist
added on: August 3, 2021
smiling teen girl at school

From new backpacks and notebooks to pretty pens and pencils, it’s the time of year when the kids are finally heading back to the classroom. While every parent has their own list of back-to-school supplies that their child needs to start the school year, don’t forget a visit with us… Read More…


We Have Unique Care for Kiddos You Can Only Find at My Rivertown Dentist in Madison
added on: July 14, 2021
Indian woman and girl

We wanted to take a moment to revisit one of our subjects we blogged about earlier this year. Why are we doing this little rewind, you might be wondering? Because just as it was then, we’re still committed to providing patients of all ages with preventive care that’s aimed at… Read More…


The Top 3 “Little” Things That Can Lead to “Big” Cavities
added on: June 7, 2021
2 toddlers brushing their teeth

At My Rivertown Dentist in Madison, we care for patients of all ages and their smiles. Under the expert guidance of Dr. Ashley Lee, we’re able to care for everyone from grandkids to their grandparents. Today, we wanted to focus a little bit on your child’s oral health and overall… Read More…


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