Many primary & secondary schools across the United States (& in some other countries) require students to have a dental exam from a pediatric dentist or family dentist before they finish certain grade levels.
If you’re looking to find the right dentist & establish a “dental home” for your family, you may wonder what the difference is between a pediatric dentist (a.k.a. a kids’ dentist) & a family dentist. After all, most family dentists see both children & adults.
If your child is very apprehensive, has an extensive amount of decay, is very young or has other special needs that make cooperation difficult, may recommend that his or her dental work be done in the hospital under general anesthesia. General anesthesia renders the child completely asleep & he or she is monitored by the
Tooth decay, otherwise known as cavities, can be a significant problem for children as well as adults. There are numerous factors that lead to tooth decay & there are many ways to prevent it. With the use of sealants, we can cover the deep grooves in your back teeth & extend their life while helping
Your child’s dental care is very important to their development. We know visiting the dentist for the first time can be scary, so is happy to treat your child while he or she sits on your lap. Our goal is to develop a caring relationship with your child & to encourage proper oral hygiene that