Preventative Dental Care

What is Preventative Dental Care?

Your children require routine preventative care to keep their teeth and gums healthy. Preventative care is done both at home and in-office. At-home care requires regular brushing and flossing as well as making changes to a child’s diet that would otherwise compromise the health of their teeth. In-office preventative care involves professional cleanings, examinations and other treatments that work together to create stronger smiles.

Why does your child need Preventative Dental Care?

Every child needs routine preventative care for their teeth and gums. In fact, it’s a good idea to begin establishing your child as a dental patient as soon as you begin to notice their first teeth coming up through the gums. We offer preventative care options that keep their teeth strong and their gums healthy. We monitor your child’s tooth development to ensure that their smile is coming into place properly.

How can I prevent my child from getting Cavities?

Dr. Tabatabai explains what you can do to prevent your child from getting cavities.

What does Preventative Dental Care mean for your child?

Preventative dental care typically refers to in-office treatments that prevent problems like decay and gingivitis. Most often, this is done through regular exams and professional cleanings. Other treatment options may include dental sealants and fluoride treatments that are used to strengthen the structure of your child’s teeth. We can pre-schedule your child’s appointments for you so that you never forget to bring them in for a checkup.

What can you expect with routine Preventative Dental Care?

When you and your child first come in for an appointment, you’ll be seen by our friendly hygienist who will clean and polish your child’s teeth. The hygienist will check for signs of gingivitis and give helpful tips on how to brush your child’s teeth at home. If you would like product or technique recommendations, we are more than happy to help answer your questions. Dr. Mina will come in and perform an exam on your child’s teeth to check for signs of decay and overall tooth development. We’re here to answer any questions you have regarding your child’s preventative care.

If your child is in need of preventative dental care, call our office today and one of our helpful staff members will be thrilled to assist you.