a fun environment.
Experience a fun, supportive, non-fearful, and caring environment that allows your child and/or teen to develop a positive and healthy outlook on dentistry and oral health.
kids & teens
Welcome to your child’s new dental home. Experience a fun, supportive, non-fearful, and caring environment that allows your children and/or teen to develop a positive and healthy outlook on dentistry and oral health.
Each child is one of a kind, so we promise to do everything possible to ensure your child’s dental experience a positive one.
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When Should My Child First Visit the Dentist?
You should bring your child in for a first dental visit by no later than their first birthday, or even by the time they get their first tooth, usually between 6 to 12 months old, as recommended by the AAPD and ADA. Experience what our team likes to call our Infant Oral “Well-Baby” Exam.
Continuity of Care
Studies show this is important! Your child having the same dental provider at each visit has been proven to increase preventive care follow-through and oral health maintenance success. Feel great as our team builds a sincere relationship with your child to promote positive oral health attitudes and habits. Enjoy knowing that your child will have the same dentist at each visit and you can even request the same assistant if you wish!
Dentistry Tailored to Your Child
Let us assess your child’s particular risk for developing oral-related problems and design specific preventive care strategies that best suit his/her individual needs. If restorative care is needed, our caring team customizes treatment recommendations to best fit your child’s needs, explains all the treatment options and then helps you make informed decisions about your child’s dental care. You’ll be fully equipped with all the knowledge to make the right decision for your child and you’ll feel great about it! You and your child’s needs are of the utmost importance to us!
How can you help?
Your cooperation is appreciated. Remember, good general health depends partly on the development of good habits, such as sensible eating, sleeping routines and exercise. Dental health also depends on good habits, such as proper brushing, regular dental visits and good diet. These points and others can be discussed thoroughly during your child’s appointment.