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Pediatric dentistry & Children Orthodontics


Our office is designed to be your Child "First Dental Home". We recommend the prevention of tooth decay by scheduling an appointment as early as six months of age.

Help us make your child first visit to the dentist enjoyable by omitting words like "needle", "shot", "pull", "drill" or "hurt". We will use other terms and words with the same message, yet playful!

If your child is under three years of age, we will have a "knee to knee" exam, in which the dentist and the parent can start an early guidance to erupting teeth, tooth decay prevention and the start of oral health habits. We recommend appointments every three months until your child turns three years of age or unless it is indicated.

If your child is over the age of three, will take the necessary x-rays to not only detect early tooth decay but also to monitor the eruption of their teeth and determine the need of early orthodontic involvement.

Please visit the Patient Forms Section to print and complete the new patient forms to bring with you to the first visit.


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