Finding a Dentist for Your Child
Making your child as comfortable as possible during their visits to the dentist 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.
Basics of Pediatric 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.
Establishing an Oral Health Routine 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.
Children’s Dentist in Revere, MA
All Pro Dental located in Revere, MA has been servicing 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. Contact us today to schedule an appointment for your child!
List of Dental Procedures:
- Dental Cleaning & Exams
- Dental Crowns
- Dental Bridges
- Root Canal
- Gum Disease Treatment
- Tooth Extraction
- Pediatric Dental Services
- Children’s Play Areas in All Offices
- Parents Welcome in Treatment Rooms
- Treating Children as Young as 6 Months Old