What to Expect
At your child's initial appointment, we will review their medical and dental history. We ask that parents come prepared to review their prenatal, perinatal, and postnatal period of development.
Following a review of their medical history, we will perform a visual examination of their mouth.
For older children, we may want to take an X-ray of their smile to help identify any decay between the teeth that is not evident during their clinical examination. An X-ray will also help us determine that their teeth are coming in the way they should.
We're always accepting new patients, contact us today!
We understand that a visit to the dentist may not always be easy for some of our younger patients.
To help ensure your child can still receive the oral care they
We believe in prevention first.
You may not be aware, but your child's baby teeth are susceptible to decay just like your adult teeth. The good news is tooth decay is preventable through at home brushing and regular visits with their dentist.
We're accepting new patients, contact our dentist office today!
FROM OUR TEAM: