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We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
Are you looking for a reliable children’s dentist in Greenfield? Many parents find our dental practice after asking friends and family members, “Can you recommend a good children’s dentist near me?” Our pediatric dental practice offers comprehensive care for children of all ages. From babies just getting their first set of teeth to adolescents, we can provide the guidance and support you need for your pediatric dental care.
The Elements of Dentistry for Kids
During your child’s first visit with our office, your children’s dentist will perform a thorough examination of the current condition of the teeth and gums. If any problems are developing, we can provide you with options designed to suit your budget and the needs of your child. We offer comprehensive dentistry for children to help you manage dental care for your whole family and to build the right foundation for future dental health.
Is My Child Ready to See a Children’s Dentist?
As soon as the first tooth comes in, it is time to begin making plans for kid’s dental care visits. We can perform an initial examination to determine if baby teeth are progressing normally and to assess the health of gums, teeth and bone structure. This can help you determine the right solutions for your children and their ongoing dental needs.
Services Available from Our Office
By working with a kid’s dentist from our office, you can be sure of effective solutions for your children’s dental needs. We offer a full array of dental services that include teeth cleaning, fluoride applications, sealant treatments, fillings and many other necessary procedures and treatments.
Teeth Cleaning for Children
Making sure that plaque and tartar are removed effectively is just as important for children as it is for adults. Your children’s dentist has the experience and the know-how to encourage children to sit still and to allow the process of cleaning around and between teeth.
Fluoride treatments are designed to combat bacteria and to provide long-lasting protection against tooth decay.
Sealing teeth can prevent damage from the bacteria that cause tooth decay. These dental sealants are usually applied to back teeth to prevent cavities and decay from affecting these less visible parts of your bite.
Cavities can cause pain and embarrassment for children and adults alike. Our pediatric dentists can fill these cavities to promote a healthier bite and to create a brighter smile for your kids.
Broken or damaged teeth may require a crown to protect them against pressure and to stave off further injury. We can construct crowns designed to fit baby teeth or permanent teeth perfectly.
Custom mouthguards are an excellent way to protect the teeth of children during sports activities and athletic events. Our dentists can construct these mouthguards to provide protection against injury for your children.
Do Baby Teeth Come In at the Same Age for All Children?
Baby teeth are usually either on the way or already visible by the time a child reaches the age of four to six months. The teeth at the very front are usually the first to appear, with the bottom teeth usually visible before the top teeth emerge from the gums.
When Should Baby Teeth Normally Fall Out?
Our dentists generally recommend against pulling baby teeth. It is usually safer and more painless to allow them to be pushed out naturally.
Can Decay Cause Toothaches in Children?
Toothaches can occur when a pocket of infection is trapped between the teeth and the gums or as a result of an injury. If your child complains of a toothache, schedule an appointment with us as soon as possible to identify the problem and ensure a fast resolution.
Call our offices to set up your first appointment for your child with our dental team. We look forward to the chance to work with you and your family. Call us today at (413) 306-4633 or request an appointment online.