Continuing Care


Maintaining a regular schedule of dental visits is important.

As a child gets older, even though the baby teeth will eventually fall out, they must be taken care as they are vital for chewing, talking, and holding space for when the permanent teeth come in.

Children must also be taught excellent dental health habits before the permanent teeth come in.  Our staff will teach your child how to properly brush and floss their teeth for optimum dental health. They will learn about which foods are helpful to dental health and which aren't, and how to prevent injuries to their jaw and teeth.

Once the permanent teeth are in, sealants can be applied to help prevent future tooth decay.

As they grow into their teens, further visits help our dental staff monitor their dental structure so that any misalignment of the permanent teeth can be observed and fixed through the use of orthodontic appliances such as braces or Invisalign.

At every visit, our dental staff will ensure their teeth are clean and will address any sign of tooth decay immediately.

All teenagers are concerned about
how they look and their self-image!

 

Here is what some parents have told us about their experience with us:

We came in for a consultation… my daughter is really squeamish about the whole dentist thing. After we left, she told me that she really liked the dentist. He didn’t scare her and was gentle. C.S.

Great Dr. and staff...Very welcoming...Finally found a office where I can take my whole family... R.R.

My daughter got her first fillings and it couldn’t have gone better! So nice to see the way the dentist spoke in a child’s manor, so well with children! Thank you! W.H.

My son’s hygienist was extremely nice. She talked with my son and myself, so I felt like we weren’t just a number… please tell her thank you and we look forward to seeing her in 6 months! D.C.