- Early Education
- Regular check-ups
- Dental Anxiety
- Cosmetic dentistry
- Sedation dentistry
- Smile development
Start off on the right tooth. Our board-certified pediatric dentists can help your young ones build a foundation of good dental habits that will last a lifetime.
Our doctors teach your child how to take care of their smile. Early habits such as correct brushing, flossing, and diet, set a strong oral health foundation for life. Baby teeth begin to grow around 6 months, so the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) recommends a trip to the dentist before your child’s first birthday.
AAPD recommends that kids and teens see a pediatric dentist every six months to for regular checkups including an exam, cleaning, fluoride treatment, and occasional x-rays to prevent cavities and other problems.
Tooth-colored sealants fill pits and grooves in your child’s teeth to prevent sugars and food from getting trapped, and have been proven to be very effective in preventing cavities.
We use tooth-colored fillings, which require less preparation than metal fillings and are much more natural-looking.
Our board-certified pediatric dentists have years of special training in easing dental anxiety. From in-ceiling TVs to relaxation rooms, our offices are specially designed to create a positive experience for your child.
These are used to cover teeth that are too badly damaged or decayed to be restored with a filling. We use either tooth-colored or stainless steel, depending on the situation.
There are many factors that can affect the whiteness and shape of your child's teeth. No matter the cause, bright, healthy teeth can mean improved self-confidence, so we work to make theirs the best they can be.
Appointments are a breeze for even the most anxiety-prone patients thanks to sedation. We use a range from minimal to general anesthesia to help you kick back and relax during any procedure.
Our doctors are trained to spot any signs of teeth that aren't coming in straight or in alignment with other teeth. A great smile is more than cosmetic — it impacts chewing, diet, and healthy gums.