Get Healthy Teeth at an Early Age with Kid-Friendly Dentistry

Posted on: December 7, 2016

DentistryThe majority of babies sprout their very first tooth between the ages of four and seven months and don’t finish sprouting their full set of baby teeth until they reach their third birthday. Many first time parents are surprised to learn that they should schedule their son or daughter’s first dentist appointment when the first tooth appears or at least by about 12 months old, but the earlier parents can start healthy dental habits for their children the better!

Even with just a few teeth, infants are at risk of developing cavities. In fact, according to research, at least one out of four U.S. children develop a cavity by their fourth birthday. At Oral Care Dentistry, Dr. Parnaz Aurasteh and her staff strongly believe that a lifetime of healthy teeth and gums starts with establishing a good relationship with a kid-friendly dentist office from the beginning.

Why the First Dental Visit is Important

There’s more to your son or daughter’s first time at the dentist’s office than learning about brushing and flossing. Dr. Aurasteh is dedicated to ensuring that even her youngest patients receive thorough dental care while also establishing a positive association with the dentists’ office. By teaching parents preventative care methods, we hope to provide vital information about oral health and development, as well as instill healthy dental hygiene habits for the entire family.

At Oral Care Dentistry, parents will learn about the following:

Their child’s overall oral health and development

What to expect when teething

How to address oral habits, such as thumb-sucking

Which factors affect the risk of cavities, such as diet, fluoride, and dental hygiene

Your child’s likelihood of developing cavities or issues with his or her bite

Teaching Healthy Habits at Any Age

As a kid-friendly dental office, Dr. Aurasteh and her staff are experts when it comes to working with young children and teaching them how to properly care for their teeth. Visiting the dentist can be an intimidating experience, even for adults, but we strive to work one-on-one with young children to make them feel comfortable and confident about their visits and their overall oral health.

In addition to providing the best dental care for your child, we help educate our young patients about twice-daily brushing and flossing, as well as good nutrition.

Call Us Today!

At Oral Care Dentistry, Dr. Aurasteh and her team hope that you and your little ones make thorough oral hygiene a part of your everyday routine. Ensure that your child brushes and flosses every morning and night, and don’t forget to schedule your son or daughter’s annual checkup at our kid-friendly Beverly Hills office for. We strongly believe in making a trip to the dentist a fun and informative experience. So, don’t hesitate to schedule your family dental services with us today! Call (310) 974-6779 or contact us online!

 

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