Children are known to be anxious and apprehensive about their dental visits. That is why Sprout Kids Dentistry in Randolph offers a fun environment for children of all ages to forget their fear of dentists and be able to maintain good oral hygiene. Dr. Anderson and her team of expert dentists believe that their training does not simply end with diagnosis and treatment of pediatric issues but also encompasses the recognition of the varying strengths and vulnerabilities of children. That is why they go that extra mile to offer superior care to all their patients and comfort to special needs patients since a new environment may be a higher source of anxiety to them.
The patience and individualized attention offered to each child ensures that every patient’s visit is scheduled at such a time when they are most alert. We make sure that the likes and dislikes of our patients are kept in mind so that they spend a memorable time and look forward to their routine dental visits. This ensures good lifelong oral habits and subsequently good health.
Pediatric Services Offered
Our main goal at Sprout kids dentistry is to change the way children feel about their dental visits. With our fun-filled approach to learning good dental hygiene, we have made dental visits easy for our patients and their parents. Our dental procedures are pain-free and easy, we offer the options of laughing gas and general anesthesia to make it easier. The various state of the art procedures we offer is both preventive and treatments for damage and decay. Here are the procedures you can choose from:
- 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 Randolph, MA
Randolph is a town in the suburban city in the Norfolk County of Massachusetts. Formerly the home of several large shoe companies, the decline of the shoe industry at the beginning of the 12th century led to the evolution of Randolph as a suburban residential community. It is home to two nationally registered historic places which are the Jonathan Belcher House, Ponkapoag Camp of Appalachian Mountain Club and the Gills Farm Archaeological District. Only a small area of the town is drained by the Cochato River and Blue Hill River which flow into the Neponset River.