Frenectomy

Thank you for your interest in consulting with Dr. Wuertz.
Unfortunately, the office is closed until further notice while the doctor attends to family concerns.
In her absence, Dr. Wuertz is referring all frenectomy inquiries 
to Dr. Jacob Saxton in Virginia Beach, 888.518.4559;

saxtonsmiles.com
Dr. Wuertz thanks all her past patients for their trust and support.


In preparation:
While it is important to understand that every child is different, we certainly want to do everything in our power to assist in the pain management for your child.

Prior to your appointment, you may choose to administer an over-the-counter analgesic to your little one 30-60 minutes beforehand. This can aid in limiting the amount of soreness experienced by your baby. Please seek the advice of your pediatrician and review label packaging for the proper dosage, prior to administering any type of medication to your child.

We ask that you not feed your little one any less than one (1) hour prior to your appointment, as there are implications to the procedure including but not limited to aspiration, which could potentially result in pneumonia or other serious health issues.


PLEASE BE AWARE THAT IF YOUR LITTLE ONE IS NURSED PRIOR TO THEIR APPOINTMENT, WE WILL NEED TO RESCHEDULE FOR A BETTER TIME.



Vitamin K Injection or Drops

"Why does my baby need vitamin K?"

All babies are born with low levels of vitamin K. Although these vitamin K stores get used up quickly in the first few days of a baby's life, there is usually enough to stop bleeding...  (Click the link below to continue reading.)
http://www.babycentre.co.uk/a551938/vitamin-k#ixzz435xcmCzU


What You Can Expect At Your Appointment: