Children's Dentist In Revere Massachusetts

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Making your child as comfortable as possible during their dental cleanings will shape the way they think about their oral health for the rest of their life. At All Pro Dental, we recognize the influence we have and do our best to make each child have a positive experience when they come into our office. We strive to be the best dentist in Revere, MA.

Basics of Children’s Dentistry

Visiting a dentist twice a year is the only way to be sure your child’s oral health standing is positive. Because their teeth and mouths are constantly growing and changing, it is imperative that children are visiting a dentist consistently during their formative years. Children are susceptible to cavities and other conditions that are easily treated but when left untreated can turn into more serious, pricey problems.  Children’s dentistry is an important part of taking care of your child’s overall health.

Dental Services We Provide For Families in Revere

All Pro Dental located in Revere, MA provides dental cleaning and children’s dental care for children of all ages since our founding. Our staff are trained specifically to work with children and will surely leave your child feeling comfortable and confident after their visit. Want to bring your child to the best dentist in Revere? Contact us today to schedule an appointment for your child!

The best way to encourage maintaining good oral health is to work with your child to develop a routine they can commit to and help them to stay on top of it. Each child should be brushing twice a day, flossing daily, rinsing when necessary, and being cautious of what they are consuming. Sugary food and beverages can put your child at risk of decay and developing cavities so if they are going to consume these products, be sure they are brushing immediately afterward. By getting your child to be consistent in their oral health routine, you are getting them into a positive habit that will carry on into adulthood and help them maintain good oral health for years to come. Your kid’s dentist should be as concerned for their oral health as you as a parent are.

Why Choose All Pro Dental

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At All Pro Dental, it is our goal to provide a safe and educational place for children of all ages. We understand that for many kids, and even some adults, the dentist can bring up some negative feelings. That is why we work hard to ensure that kids feel comfortable when they come to our dental office. From our staff to our play area we want to make sure your kids are happy and can overcome any fears they might have.

If you are looking for a great dental office for you and your family, we would be happy to see you at our location in Revere. Just give us a call or use the button below to schedule an appointment!

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Frequently Asked Dental Questions

At All Pro Dental in Revere Massachusetts, we accept a variety of insurance plans. Many insurance plans provide dental services not only for the plan holder but also for members of their family. However, this is based on which individual plan you have within your insurance. To find out if your children are covered as a part of your plan, check with your insurance provider. To find out what insurances we accept, click here.

When it comes to all things dental; the earlier, the better. You should bring your child to the dentist as soon as they begin teething. A dentist can help you take care of your child’s teeth as they erupt through the gum line. They can also answer any questions you might have about your baby’s teeth and oral care.

Dental visits for children are just like dental visits for adults. Kids will meet with a dental hygienist and have their teeth professionally cleaned. Even with perfect brushing and flossing habits, plaque can be hard to remove without the help of a professional. During this time, the hygienist will also show your child how they can improve their brushing and flossing. If your child has molars, they may also get dental sealants during their visit as well as fluoride treatments. Dental X-rays are also usually done every other visit. After all of this is done, kids will meet with a dentist for a final examination of their teeth. If any issues are found, they can be addressed in another visit (i.e. cavities).

One of the most common causes of dental emergencies is sports-related incidents. Mouth guards go a long way. Whether your child plays volleyball or lacrosse, wearing a mouthguard can help prevent a tooth from getting chipped or knocked out during a game.

It is important to know that the schedule for when teeth come in is based on averages. Every child’s mouth is unique and so are their teeth. It isn’t uncommon for teeth to come in early, come in late, or in the wrong order. The best thing you can do is bring your child to a dentist twice a year. Your dentist can track how the teeth are coming in and with x-rays can note any potential issues. Sometimes teeth will not erupt because of overcrowding or another issue. In these cases, a tooth may need to be removed to make room for the next tooth.

Loose teeth can take time to come out. The process of detaching from the roots can be a long one. DO NOT tie a string to a door and to their tooth. Please avoid any drastic physical actions to take out a tooth. It can be extremely painful, cause bleeding, and also damage your child’s mouth. Instead, encourage your child to wiggle their tooth gently to help coax it out. If you are still concerned, consider bringing your child to a dentist to have it pulled out professionally.

In the event that your child’s tooth is knocked out, there are a few steps you should follow. First, call an emergency dentist to set up an immediate appointment. If you can get to a dentist quickly it is sometimes possible to re-implant the tooth. Rinse the tooth off in cool water and make sure to not touch the root of the tooth (the area that was under the gums). Have your child hold the tooth in their mouth (in the socket if possible) and bring them to a dentist right away. If they can’t have the tooth in their mouth, you can place it in milk temporarily.

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