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What Makes Pediatric Dentistry So Important for My Child’s Oral Health?

August 11, 2021
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Posted By: Dr. Cassidy Bray
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Pediatric dentistry in High Point, NC is crucial for your child’s long-term oral health. Even baby teeth play a role in their future.

From an early age, regular dental visits for children monitor how teeth are coming in, jaw development, and so much more.

Your Child’s Pediatric Dentist in High Point, NC

We like to see children early. This allows our dentist to assess how teeth are erupting and whether the jaw can hold a full mouth of teeth later on.

Eventually, dental checkups include teeth cleaning and oral health maintenance. Without these things, your child is at risk for tooth decay and even future gum disease.

Dental prevention and maintenance for children include the following:

If your child is especially prone to tooth decay, our dentist may recommend a dental sealant to lock plaque and bacteria away from their tooth enamel. We also offer fluoride treatments to strengthen teeth.

Part of our approach to children’s dentistry includes helping you to better guide your child. Your dentist can provide brushing tips and nutritional information. And we are always happy to answer your questions.

Making Your Child Feel at Home

Of course, we make your child’s dental appointment fun and relaxing. We interact with them on their level and always invite their curiosity. We want your child to have positive associations with the dental office from the very start.

Positive dental experiences in childhood may prevent dental anxiety in adulthood.

For Pediatric Dentistry in High Point, Contact a Member of Our Dental Team

We want your child’s first dental experience to be the best possible. To establish dentistry for your child with us, give us a call today to arrange an appointment.

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