Children’s dentistry

Children’s dentistry

Healthy Teeth and Gums from an Early Age

Children’s Dentistry focuses on providing comprehensive dental care to infants, children, and adolescents. We provide a gentle and nurturing approach which aims to promote good oral hygiene practices, prevent dental issues, and create positive dental experiences for young patients. By fostering healthy habits from an early age and addressing unique dental needs. Regular check-ups and preventive treatments help detect and address issues early, promoting healthy dental development and reducing the risk of future complications.

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FAQS About Children’s dentistry
Usually after their first tooth erupts. The early years are crucial in educating parents the importance of a low added sugar diet and oral hygiene practices they will teach their children. It also gets the children used to the smells and sounds of a dental visit so it is not so scary for them.
Children’s dentistry is essential to establish good oral hygiene habits from an early age, prevent dental problems, detect and address dental issues early, and ensure proper dental development.
A wide range of services including dental check-ups, cleanings, fluoride treatments, dental sealants, fillings, orthodontic assessments, and education on proper oral care.
You can prepare your child for their first dental visit by using positive language, reading books about visiting the dentist, and explaining that the dentist’s job is to help keep their teeth healthy and strong.
Children should typically visit the pediatric dentist every six months for regular check-ups and cleanings. However, the frequency may vary based on their individual oral health needs.
Yes, dental X-rays are safe for children when appropriate safety measures are taken, such as using lead aprons to shield the body from radiation. X-rays are essential for detecting dental issues that may not be visible during a visual examination.
Encourage good oral habits by setting a positive example with your own oral care, making brushing and flossing fun, praising their efforts, limiting sugary snacks and drinks, and scheduling regular dental check-ups.
Yes, parents should start cleaning their baby’s gums even before the first tooth appears. Once teeth erupt, children should use a small, soft toothbrush with a pea-sized amount of fluoride toothpaste.
All dental treatment requires the cooperation of the patient for the procedure to be performed correctly and to a high standard to ensure successful treatment. Sometimes patients need sedation for treatment to be done.

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