Pediatric dentistry in Boston, MA
Children are usually anxious about a dental visit and we understand this, that is why Sprout Kids Dentistry in Boston offers a fun and comfortable environment for children of all ages. This helps them get over their fear and apprehension of dentists that ultimately helps them get into the habit of maintaining good oral hygiene. Dr. Anderson and her team of expert dentists go beyond the diagnosis and treatment of pediatric issues, they also recognize the different strengths and vulnerabilities of every individual child. Our staff goes that extra mile, offering all children superior care. Extra comfort is provided to children with special needs who face more anxiety in a new environment.
The individualized attention offered to each child ensures that every visit is scheduled at a time when the child is most alert. We also keep in mind the unique likes and dislikes of each of our patients and this is why they look forward to their routine dental visits. This helps us maintain our goal to ensure all our patients develop lifelong oral habits and good health.
Pediatric services offered
The goal at Sprout Kids Dentistry in Boston is to change how children feel about their scheduled dental visits. Learning good dental hygiene is fun for our patients and this makes all dental visits seamlessly easy for the patients and their parents. All dental procedures at our center are pain-free and we offer the option of laughing gas and general anesthesia. Our patients can get both treatments and preventative methods for tooth decay and damage. You can choose from the following procedures for your children in Boston:
- Laughing gas
- Hospital dentistry under general anesthesia
- Infant oral care
- New patient exams
- Routine check-ups and cleaning
- Fluoride treatment
- Protective sealants
- Tooth colored fillings
- Silver fillings
- Pediatric crowns
- Nerve treatment (pulpotomy)
- Custom athletic mouthguards
About Boston, MA
Boston is the largest city and capital of Massachusetts. It was founded in 1630 and is one of the oldest cities in the country. The key role Boston played in the American Revolution is highlighted on the Freedom Trail which is a 2.5-mile walking route that consists of historic sites telling the story of the nation’s founding. One stop, former meeting house Faneuil Hall, is a popular marketplace. The oldest park in the US is Boston Common located near the Financial District and Beacon Hill. Along with the Boston Public Garden, it forms part of the Emerald Necklace, a string of parks designed by Frederick Law Olmstead to encircle the city of Boston.