What to expect at my baby’s first visit?
Along with the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, we recommend that your baby’s first dental visit occurs by age 1 or six months after the arrival of their first tooth, whichever happens first.
We are committed to serving our youngest patients, and we are excited to watch them develop beautiful bright smiles! At your first visit, we will discuss nutrition, oral hygiene, breaking oral habits such as pacifier use or thumb sucking, and what to expect for your child’s smile in the years to come. We provide quality treatment and prevention guidance to suit your child’s individual needs.
What to expect at your child or teen’s first visit?
Around here it’s not just about your child’s health history or past dental experiences— we get to know your child. We want to know your reasons for coming to see us, and your goals for your child’s smile. The earlier we can earn your child’s trust, the better. You and your child will receive a thorough consultation with plenty of time to ask our team questions. At your child’s visit we will outline any existing dental problems, any orthodontic needs, recommend how often routine visits should occur, and review proposed treatment including a pre-estimate of all costs. Oral hygiene instructions will be given with practical advice that helps you and your child care for their mouth.