Check this out: Imagine you and your family are on board a Disney cruise ship… While you dine at a different restaurant every night…Participate in endless activities… And your kids get to hang out with the Disney characters on deck… And you get spoiled by Disney’s world famous service and entertainment. Sound good? Well, guess Read More »
As the measles outbreak linked to Disneyland continues to spread, pediatricians are deeply concerned about the children who have been infected, and those who are at risk because they have not been vaccinated.
The American Academy of Pediatrics strongly urges parents to make sure their children have received the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine.
The spookiest part of Halloween? When your children come back from trick-or-treating with a whole shopping bag full of candy! Good news. Now your kids can get some cash, support American troops serving overseas and cut down on the amount of sugar they consume with our… Halloween Candy Buy Back Here’s how it works. — After your kids Read More »
Do your kids like helicopters, fire trucks, trains and pony rides? Hideaway Pizza? Barbee’s cookies? How about cool prizes and giveaways, like… TWELVE brand new bicycles? Then you’re invited to join us for our first annual Patient Appreciation Day! When: Saturday, October 11th, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm Where: Outside our office at 103rd and Memorial Read More »
Good news! For the second year in a row, On the Cusp is joining the fight against dental disease by providing free screenings for elementary school children. This is a part of a week-long effort called “Back to School with a Healthy Smile”, when dentists from across the state will volunteer their time to screen thousands Read More »
In case you missed it, On the Cusp was featured recently on Channel 2’s 6 O’clock News. Here’s a transcript of the segment as seen on TV, as reported by KJRH co-anchor Russ McCaskey. Healthy Smiles – the Back to School Program Helping Hundreds of Oklahoma Youngsters Back to school time is a great opportunity to give Read More »
Did you know the most common disease among Oklahoma school children is tooth decay? In fact, cavities affect 50% of first-graders, 71% of third-graders and 80% of 17-year-olds. Dental disease leads to problems with kids’ eating, sleeping and concentration in school. Ultimately, a child’s achievement in the classroom is impacted directly by his or her dental Read More »