It is important that both parents and dental professionals create an experience that starts a lifetime of good dental health habits for every child.
Both the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend that children see a dentist as soon as possible after their first tooth has come in (at least within six months) or by their first birthday. This visit starts the child's dental history so that the health of their teeth can be monitored as they grow. This checkup is not only important for the child, parents also need to be to be informed about how thumb and pacifier habits can affect the development of the teeth and receive further recommendations to help their child on the road to great dental health.
Call us when it's time to bring your child to see a dentist.
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 staff, Dr. Veray is great with our needs and our seven month old's first check up! Thank you for running such a professional and welcoming office. R.C.
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.