Going to the dentist for the first time can be a bit intimidating. Because of this, it is important that you choose the right dentist to treat your child’s teeth. You will want to entrust a skilled, experienced, and welcoming dentist to treat your child’s teeth. Luckily for you, your local Jenkintown dentists at Chess & Taub Family Dentistry can assist you. Our dentists and staff can not only treat your child, but even offer educational counsel on how your child can properly care for their teeth. Learn how our pediatric dentists can help your child achieve bright and clean teeth! Contact our dental office today to schedule an appointment.


  1. We NEED To Talk About Camels

    We realize this isn’t what you were expecting. However, one of our team members recently took a Lyft ride and during what they swear was a sensible conversation at the time, was informed by their driver that camels have flesh teeth. WHAT?!?! So we did a little research and learned quite a bit abou…Read More

  2. Not-So-Tasty Toothpaste

    For children, toothpaste may seem like a refreshing snack to start or end their day. As pediatric dentists, we agree with your little ones, the fact that you can’t eat toothpaste is pretty confusing. Almost everything we’ve given children to put in their mouth is edible. The two most common devi…Read More

  3. Who Is The Tooth Fairy?

    If you’re an American, chances are visits from the Tooth Fairy were an integral part of your childhood. Most of us can remember the pain of losing your tooth being significantly lessened by the shiny coin that replaced it in the morning. Where did the coin come from? The answer is simple, a sweet …Read More

  4. 5 Tips to Encourage Your Children To Brush Their Teeth

    How to Make Your Kids Brush Their Teeth In honor of National Children’s Dental Health Month, we have taken upon ourselves to create this guide for parents. Though children may not understand the importance of oral health, it is still vital that they regularly brush their teeth. By enforcing a posi…Read More

  5. February is National Children’s Dental Health Month

    Protect Your Child’s Teeth! Your child is like a little sponge. They watch and listen to everything you do in order to learn how to behave and think. Because your child looks up to you as a role model, your bad habits can become their bad habits. For instance, if you do not practice good oral hygi…Read More

  6. Why Pediatric Dentists Warn Against Sippy Cups

    Why Are Bottles Bad For Your Child’s Teeth? Sippy cups are commonly used among children who have recently graduated from using bottles. Your child typically should move from breast to bottle at around 12 to 24 months. However, once they are older than about a year, as a parent, you should be weani…Read More