Benefits of Visiting Our Dental Clinic this Father’s Day

Benefits of Visiting Our Dental Clinic this Father’s Day

Did you know children are more prone to dental cavities than adults? That is why it is important to have proper pediatric dental care. Visiting the pediatric dentist will help maintain your child’s dental health. This father’s day, visit Dr. Ellis, Green, and Jenkins Pediatric Dentistry and General Dentistry with your child and enjoy great benefits.

1. Get Comprehensive Dental Exam

On your first visit to our dental clinic, the dentist will perform a comprehensive dental exam. Using modern dental tools and technology, we will examine your dental structure, teeth, and gums. The dentist will assess and check for any decay and cavities. Our child exam also involves assessing the root structure for any abnormalities and the development of the jaw and teeth.

As part of your dental assessment, we also perform professional teeth cleaning. Yes, brushing and flossing help to keep your teeth free of plaques, but deep cleaning removes any food particles and plaques that have formed on and under the gums. Deep cleaning also helps to prevent cavities and gum disease.

2. We Focus on Education and Share Valuable Information

We take time to teach your child the proper brushing skills and the importance of cleaning their teeth every day. Our dentist will also share information on proper nutrition, teething, developmental milestones, and fluoride treatment.

3. Saves Time and Money

At We Care Dental we offer both general and pediatric dentistry services to cater to you and your child. We perform the dental exams and cleaning all in one visit, which saves you time and money. Plus, we offer discounts and plans that can benefit you and your family.

4. Sets a Good Example

Vising the dentist with your children will create the importance of dental care. It sets a good example and a strong foundation that will help them form good dental practices later in life.

5. Prevents Dental Problems

With regular dental checkups and cleaning, the dentist will clean your gums and teeth, thus preventing dental problems such as decay. This also means you will avoid the expensive dental treatments such as root canal, orthodontic and cosmetic dentistry.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Why is It Important to Visit a Pediatric Dentist?

Although having family dentistry is beneficial, with children it is better to have a pediatric dentist. Child dental specialists receive the required dental program, plus two additional training where they gain knowledge on dental conditions affecting children and adolescents.

They are also trained in child psychology and can communicate with children in a simple and easy to understand manner. Our dental team is experienced to deal with different children’s personalities and can help them relax.

A pediatric dentist deals with dental problems from infancy to adolescence, meaning you don’t need to change a dentist until they turn 21 years.

Q. When Should You Visit the Pediatric Dentist?

The best time to schedule an appointment with the pediatric dentist is as soon as the first tooth comes out or right before their first birthday. This first dental visit is important because the dentist can establish a rapport with the child. Plus, it is easy to detect any abnormalities with the jaw.

Q. How Often Should Your Child Visit the Dentist?

It is recommended to bring your child for a dental assessment every six months. But, the dentist may suggest you come for an assessment sooner depending on the dental problem.

Q. What Can You Expect During Your Dental Visit?

We examine your teeth, gums, and surrounding tissues for any decay. Professional teeth cleaning is done to remove any plaque buildup on the gum line. Fluoride treatment may be done if you are at risk of dental cavities.

Based on the dental exam, the dentist may recommend further treatments such as dental sealants for children and teeth whitening if you have discoloration.

Schedule an Appointment

Visit We Care Dental and Dr. Amy Ellis Green will assess the dental health and recommend the appropriate dental treatment for you and your child.