From the time their first tooth emerges, it's important for children to start seeing the dentist regularly and develop a good relationship with them.
Starting Out Right
From the time their first tooth emerges, it's important for children to start seeing the dentist regularly and develop a good relationship with them.Request Appointment
Our dentists at dentalhouse are committed to helping children feel at ease during their dental appointments. Early positive experiences at the dentist set the foundation for excellent oral health today and into adulthood.
We understand that visiting the dentist can be an intimidating experience for many, so we strive to keep the environment calm, friendly and inviting. We pledge to work at your child's pace, take breaks if they're feeling overwhelmed and explain each step of the process.
Your Child's First Visit
Babies should visit a dentist after their first six months or at minimum, by their first birthday. By this point, baby's first teeth, or primary teeth, are starting to emerge. This is a critical time to spot any issues before they become larger problems.
Dental Services for Kids
At dentalhouse, our services can be tailored to meet your child's oral health needs, and keep their smile healthy.
- Preventive Dental Hygiene
Seeing the dentist for regularly scheduled cleanings and exams when your child is young will help to preserve their primary teeth until they are ready to fall out naturally, to be replaced by permanent teeth.
At each appointment, we will review proper oral hygiene techniques to ensure your child understands how to care for their smile at home.
- Restorative Dental Services
Is your child at risk of tooth decay, or has he or she developed a cavity? Perhaps they are experiencing misalignment issues.
In these cases, your dentist may recommend restorative treatments such as mouth guards or dental fillings.
- Children's Sedation Services
Is your child nervous, anxious or have special needs. We offer sedation services for children who are anxious about visiting the dentists, or who have special needs.