How Do We Feel About Children’s Dentistry?

Children’s Dentistry is Important to Us!

Whether a child is visiting our office for the first time or for a regular cleaning, we want them to feel at ease. Nothing stresses a parent out more than seeing their little one upset. We have children. Our staff has children. We understand.

A positive experience at the dentist can lead to better dental health as they grow into teenagers and adults. A large part of our care for family dentistry starts with encouraging children to take good care of their teeth on a daily basis. And we enjoy caring for them and watching them grow year after year.

Dr. Chad and Child Patient

Calming Dental Fears

Sometimes the reason adults have fear of dental visits is because of an unhappy visit to a dentist when they were a child. No matter what your child may have experienced at a dentist in the past, he or she will love to visit us!

Your Children’s Dentist Is as Important as Their Pediatrician

Good dental care habits started at an early age helps children to keep dental habits for a lifetime. Children’s teeth are more prone to decay for various reasons. We’ll work with you on how to encourage proper brushing and care at home.

Children generally eat throughout the day, which exposes their teeth more frequently to the acid produced by food. If teeth are already not as clean as they can be, additional acid increases the risk that cavities will develop. An application of a fluoride varnish to teeth can be reduce cavities.

Preventing Child Tooth Decay

Children may not brush as well as they should. Even thorough brushing may not clean all the deep grooves or contours of teeth. When plaque from the accumulation of bacteria sets in, decay will develop. Even the smallest amount of decay will need a filling restoration.

Let us introduce to you a way to keep this from happening. With an application of a dental sealant to each tooth, the chances of decay are greatly reduced.

A Great Day at the Dentist

Small rewards are a great way to congratulate a child on their good behavior during their dental cleaning or other procedure. I’m sure you have similar approaches at home. The thrill of digging in the treasure chest is often what we here from the child as soon as they walk in our door. Who doesn’t love a gift?

If you ever have any questions about how we approach children’s dentistry

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