A Lifetime of Smiles Starts With a Good Foundation
Healthy smiles are vital for your child’s development from their early years to adulthood, but managing a busy family schedule can be challenging. Between work, school, and other commitments, finding time for dental appointments can feel overwhelming.
At our practice, we strive to make your trips to the dentist as seamless as possible. We’re dedicated to accommodating your busy family with flexible hours and conveniently grouped appointments.
As your child grows, they’ll reach many dental milestones, from their first appointment to losing baby teeth, getting adult teeth, and eventually attending appointments independently. We’re excited to be there for each new step in your child’s dental care journey.
Our Children’s Dentistry services
Child’s First Appointment
When children visit a dental office for the first time, it lays the foundation for oral health that will last a lifetime.
Protect and strengthen tooth enamel and shield molars from cavities and decay.
Pediatric Treatment & Education
Ongoing care from infancy to teenage years tailored for children and their parents or guardians.
Teeth Cleaning for Kids
Routine pediatric dental care monitors their oral health developments and helps prevent future problems.
Contact us today
to schedule an initial consultation & exam.
Your consultation will include an examination of everything from your teeth, gums and soft tissues to the shape and condition of your bite. Generally, we want to see how your whole mouth looks and functions. Before we plan your treatment we want to know everything about the health and aesthetic of your smile, and, most importantly, what you want to achieve so we can help you get there.
Frequently Asked Questions
Most children should visit the dentist every six months for routine check-ups and cleanings, but the frequency may vary based on their individual needs.
Yes, baby teeth play a crucial role in speech development, proper nutrition, and guiding the eruption of permanent teeth.
Children usually begin losing their baby teeth around the age of 6, with the process continuing until the early teens.
Encourage regular brushing and flossing, limit sugary snacks and drinks, and schedule regular dental check-ups.
Orthodontic treatment typically begins around the age of 7 to 9, but the timing may vary based on individual dental development.
Contact your dentist immediately for guidance. Common dental emergencies in children include toothaches, knocked-out teeth, and broken teeth.