Our team of professionals provides a friendly and comfortable setting for younger patients. We understand that visiting a new place for the first time can be awkward and intimidating for a child. Thus, we use patience and understanding to provide children with the proper care they need. We can even take the time to introduce the team members to the child before beginning treatment so the child does not feel too uncomfortable. Under the direction of Dr. Jennifer Naoom, a board certified Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry, we treat a variety of oral health issues in children. If your child is afraid to visit a general dentist, then give us a call to see how we can help.
As a pediatric dentist, we provide a variety of services to treat oral health issues in children. Contrary to popular belief, a child will not always benefit from general dentistry that treats adults. In fact, it will greatly increase the child’s overall oral health to visit a pediatric dentist. We offer services such as a children’s root canal, cavity treatment for kids, a pulpotomy, a kids dental cleaning, sedation dentistry for kids, baby root canals, preventative dentistry, emergency dentistry for kids, dental bonding for kids, braces for kids, dental fillings for kids and pediatric orthodontics. If your child is in need of any of these services or other treatments, do not hesitate to give us a call and schedule an appointment.
After scheduling an appointment, we will need the parent or guardian to fill out a “New Patient Information Form” that covers the patient’s medical history, current condition, insurance coverage, allergies and any other relevant information. The parent can fill this form at home before the appointment to smooth out the process. Once we gather this information, we will examine the child’s teeth and determine what the child needs for oral health treatment. Depending on the age of the child, the parent or guardian can stay in the room with us during the treatment. The important part, above all else, is that the child receives the care he or she needs.