Dental Solutions of Roxborough
6162 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19128
Maintaining good oral health in your child is as important as maintaining good physical health. If you need a children’s dentist in Roxborough, call our office at (267) 367-5013. Our staff of dedicated dentists can provide dentistry for children, but some of them have also specialized in dentistry for kids. This means that they have at least two years of additional training in pediatric dental care. They’re highly qualified to provide good dental care to your child. If you’ve been searching for a “children’s dentist near me,” then your search has ended. Call our office at (267) 367-5013 and schedule a consultation. We’ll gladly answer all your questions and look forward to hearing from you.
According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, a child should begin regular dental visits when the first tooth fully erupts. One tooth can develop a cavity and if two teeth are next to each other, decay can begin between them. This is especially true for children who go to bed with a bottle or sippy cup of milk or juice. The acids and sugars in these substances can cause the tooth enamel to erode and decay can start. This has led to an increase in the incidence of baby bottle tooth decay. A child should never go to bed with a bottle or sippy cup but if they do, it should contain only plain water.
When you and your child come to our office for your appointment, your kid’s dentist will examine your child’s teeth and jaw alignment and determine if there’s any work that needs to be done. Your child can remain seated in your lap or in the dental chair, whichever is more comfortable for you both. If your child needs x-rays, we can take them.
Maintaining good oral health is just as important for a child as it is for an adult, so we provide a variety of services for children to help them achieve great dental hygiene. Some of the kids dental care that we provide include:
Baby teeth usually start to appear at around six months of age, although they can start as early as four months. The lower two front teeth are usually the first to appear. Call us in Roxborough if you have questions about your baby’s teething.
Each child’s tooth formation is unique to them, but baby teeth can start to fall out as early as 5 or 6 years of age. Usually, the child is older but the teeth will fall out in the order they came in.
Toothaches can be caused by several different dental issues but some of the most common are a cavity or decay. If your child is experiencing toothaches, call us at (267) 367-5013 in Roxborough and schedule an appointment with a children’s dentist in our office.
If you’ve been searching for a local children’s dentist, then consider your search over. We strive to provide quality, affordable children’s dentistry and we’re confident that we’re among the best in Roxborough. Give us a call at (267) 367-5013, we look forward to speaking with you.