Ages 1-3

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What can I expect?

At this stage, your child’s smile is really starting to take shape. While those pearly whites are starting to appear, plaque and cavities can lurk nearby. Even if your child does not have many teeth right away, these early visits are important for getting a baseline for your child’s mouth. In addition, we highly recommend these preventative exams, we can spot cavities before they become a major issue. This is a very vital time to come meet with us so we can discuss the best methods of brushing and taking care of your child’s growing teeth.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Curious about what to expect at your child's visit? Read through our most frequently asked questions here.

Pediatric dentistry is different because it focuses on children’s teeth. Children have developing jaw and teeth, which can impact the type of care they need. Unlike an adult dentist, a pediatric dentist focuses entirely on the child’s needs.

In general, children should see their dentist at least every six months. Sometimes, the child may need to have dental appointments every three months instead.

Children can continue to see a pediatric dentist for their entire childhood. We typically see children from birth to age 16.

The best thing you can do to prepare your child for the dentist is to get them used to brushing their teeth each day. You can talk to them about what to expect during the dental exam so that they are prepared. Once your child arrives at the dentist, our team knows how to put them at ease.

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