Importance of Pediatric Dentistry
Primary or 'baby' teeth begin to surface during the first six months of life. By age six or seven you child will begin to lose their first set of teeth, and their secondary (permanent) teeth will begin to show. Without regular visits and proper oral hygiene, your child may develop possible oral decay or dental diseases. To prevent this, we provide a wide variety of treatments, some of which include:
We offer you the professional advice you need to take care of your child’s teeth at home. We will teach you how to properly floss and brush their teeth, and provide you with any additional information specific to your child’s needs. We address daily dietary habits and the harmful effects of foods rich in starch and sugar. As your child gets older, we pass this information off to them, setting the foundation for good oral hygiene practices that will follow them into adulthood.